Flight Schedule


January 18 – 24 2021

OLF carrier operations

  • Tuesday, January 19: Early Evening to Late Night
  • Wednesday, January 20: Early Evening

Ault Field carrier operations

  • Thursday, January 21: Late Morning to Early Afternoon

January 11 – 17 2021

OLF carrier operations

  • Monday, January 11: Late Morning to Early Afternoon then Late Afternoon to Late Evening
  • Tuesday, January 12: Late Morning to Early Afternoon then Late Afternoon to Late Evening
  • Wednesday, January 13: Early Afternoon then Early to Late Evening
  • Thursday, January 14: Early Afternoon then Early to Late Evening
  • Friday, January 15: Late Morning to Early Afternoon

Ault Field carrier operations

  • None

Source for flight schedule information: Navy Schedule Announcements

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Table 1. Costs for EA18-G Growlers, based on U.S. government data FY2017 [1]

[1] Data source: Selected Acquisition Report, RCS:DD-A&(Q&A)T823-378 for EA-18G Growler Aircraft (EA-18G) as of FY 2017 Presidents Budget (final report), where a = page 17, b = page 37, c = page 38, and d = page 39.

[2] Total Growler acquisition cost for 148 US Growlers + 12 Australian Growlers was $15,648,400,000 (see page 17 of the source). That included$ 2,419,300,000 for Research Development Test & Evaluation (RDT&E), which is funding is used to pay the operating costs of dedicated activities engaged in the conduct of research, development, and test and evaluation efforts performed by a contractor and/or government organization. Hence, each of the 160 Growlers cost $97,803,000, and the total for the 148 US Growlers was the per-Growler cost times 148.

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