A-6E Intruder / EA-6B Prowler (multiple)

Examples of A-6E Intruders that I have photographed on board the USS Yorktown at Patriots Point and at the Smithsonian NASM. The pics Charleston, SC, were taken during the 447th BG reunion in October 2013. The National Air & Space Museum visit was in 2015 during the 447th BG reunion in Washington DC. Armament is featured on the Intruder at the Museum of Flight, and the gate guards at Whidbey Island offer a look under the planes. The EA-6B at an airshow at McChord AFB shows some pretty good detail shots under the Prowler. In addition to the A-6E 155713 that I photographed at the Pima Air Museum, they also have an EA-6B 158542 “FrankenProwler” made from three ADVCAP airframes combined into one craft. Other examples in the A-6 family were photographed at Palm Springs and the Yanks Air Museum in Chino.


A-6E 154167

NASM Udvar-Hazy 2015


A-6E 154162

Palm Springs 2018


A-6E 152599

USS Yorktown at Patriots Point 2013


A6-E 158794

Museum of Flight 2010

Museum of Flight 2016


A6-E 155713

Pima Air Museum 2017


EA-6B 158542 (made from three aircraft)

Pima Air Museum 2017


A-6E 152907 and EA-6B 158036

Gate guards at Whidbey Island 2008


EA-6B 163030

Palm Springs Air Museum 2018


A-6E 155644

Yanks Air Museum, Chino 2018


EA-6B 162936

McChord 2008


EA-6B Prowler

McChord AFB 2010


EA-6B Prowler

Museum of Flight Pavilion 2016