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Pair of Navy Growlers make unscheduled landing on way to Misawa

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TOKYO — Two Navy EA-18G Growlers made an unscheduled landing at a Japanese military base Monday, according to Japan’s Defense Ministry.

Three of the aircraft were flying from Guam to Misawa Air Base in northeastern Japan when a cockpit indicator showed that one was running low on fuel, a spokesman for the ministry’s North Kanto Defense Bureau said Tuesday. https://www.stripes.com/news/pair-of-navy-growlers-make-unscheduled-landing-on-way-to-misawa-1.527058

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