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390th ECS Wild Boars EF-111A


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390th ECS Wild Boars EF-111A

Fly with the Wild Boars of the 390th ECS in this EF-111A model. Each piece is carved from wood and hand painted to provide a piece you’ll love. 18 inches

World War II
The 390th flew combat missions in the European Theater of Operations from 14 March 1944 – 3 May 1945.[1] Vietnam[edit] The 390th flew combat missions in Southeast Asia from, c. 18 November 1965 – 14 June 1972.[1] Electronic Warfare
The squadron conducted replacement training from, 1 July 1974 – c. 18 August 1976. It trained EF-111 Raven aircrews in electronic countermeasures from, 15 December 1982 – 4 August 1992. The 390th again saw combat when it jammed radar sites during the invasion of Panama in December 1989, and the Gulf War from, 17 January 1991 – 6 March 1991. The 390 FS also deployed aircraft and aircrews to Turkey and Saudi Arabia from, 10 January–c. 11 September 1992.[1] It was redesignated the 390th Electronic Combat Squadron again on 27 Sep 2010.[1] The squadron was located at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Washington and flew EA-6B Prowlers alongside VAQ-129. The last flight of the unit in the Prowler took place on 9 July 2014 as the squadron transitioned to the EA-18G Growler.[2] Wiki