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147212 One of 88 built, this "Willy Fudd" previously wore the code AF0101 of RVAW-110, the West Coast E-1B training squadron. Displayed on the deck of USS Intrepid, its tail code "AU" signifies this E-1B formed part of Antisubmarine Carrier Air Group CVSG-56. It wears the colors of VAW-121 "Griffins", created out of VAW-12 on 1 April 1967 to service East Coast E-1B requirements. VAW-121 was embarked on USS Intrepid in 1971 and was the last fleet E-1B squadron. (more of 147212)
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The Tracer was used by the US Navy from 1958 - 1977 as a airborne early warning aircraft . Unique was her huge radom on top of the fuselage which brought her the nickname "Willy Fudd"
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148146 The Grumman WF-2 Tracer was Renamed E-1B in 1962.
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