Northrop Grumman delivered the E-2D Advanced Hawkeye to the US Navy Atlantic Fleet today at Norfolk naval base in Virginia. Chief of Naval Operations Adm Gary Roughead formally accepted the E-2D from Gary Ervin, Northrop Grumman’s president of the aerospace systems sector.
To read our recently published technical description on E-2D, click on this link: E-2D may not look pretty, but packs new punch
Here’s a low-res copy of Flightglobal artist Giuseppi Picarella’s cutaway drawing for the E-2D, which published as a poster in last week’s magazine.
PHOTO OP: US Navy accepts E-2D
By Stephen Trimble on 29 July, 2010 in Uncategorised
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