From the heavily defended airspace over North Vietnam to the less conventional battlefields of Syria and Afghanistan, VMAQ-2 has always answered the call when electronic warfare was required, and every time with the same response — ‘Can do easy’.



A fine photo of two VMAQ-2 ‘Death Jesters’ EA-6B Prowlers punching out flares over the Atlantic Ocean near MCAS Cherry Point. The squadron was the final operator of the Prowler — which has now been formally retired. Ivan Voukadinov

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