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Thursday, July 30, 2015

The RAAF takes delivery of the most advanced warfare jet ever made, the Boeing Growler

Australia's regional air power dominance is assured with the delivery of the first of 12 RAAF EA-18G “Growler” electronic warfare jets.

The first of the Boeing-built aircraft was unveiled during a lavish ceremony at the company’s St Louis production plant.

As a brass band belted out patriotic tunes hundreds of guests including recently retired RAAF chief Air Marshal Geoff Brown, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon, Boeing staff and a large contingent of RAAF officers including Air Combat commander Air Commodore Steve Roberton admired the most expensive Australian fighter jet to ever carry the kangaroo markings.

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