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US NAVY GROUP II HAWKEYES RETIRED

THE ‘BEAR ACES’ of carrier airborne early warning squadron VAW-124 retired the last operational E-2C Hawkeye Group II Navigation Upgrade (NAVUP) aircraft following a ceremonial final flight at Naval Station Norfolk’s Chambers Field in Virginia on November 19. The squadron is transitioning to the Hawkeye 2000 and, once that conversion is complete, all US Navy fleet squadrons will operate the E-2C Hawkeye 2000 or E-2D Advanced Hawkeye.

The last Group II E-2C assigned to VAW-124 taxies to the ramp at Chambers Field during a ceremony on November 19 that marked the retirement of the last operational Group II Hawkeye. US Navy/MC3 Samantha Jenkins

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