About VAQ-129

Command Mission

"VAQ-129's Mission is to produce combat ready Aircrew, Sailors and aircraft capable of conducting Electronic Warfare on time and on target to fight and win our Nation's wars"

Electronic Attack Squadron One Two Nine (VAQ-129) is a non-deploying shore squadron, stationed at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, in Oak Harbor, Washington.

VAQ-129 is the United States Navy’s Fleet Replenishment Squadron for EA-18G Growlers. Serving the United States Navy and United States Air Force, the Vikings of VAQ-129 train freshly pinned Naval Aviators and Naval Flight Officers. VAQ-129 also provides continuing education for Aviators and NFOs who have been to the fleet.

VAQ-129 has the pleasure of rolling out the EA-18G Growler to the Navy. This transition period from the EA-6B to EA-18G began in June 2008, and will continue for the foreseeable future.

VAQ-129 also develops and revises standard operating procedures for maintenance and operation programs for the EA-6B Prowler and EA-18G Growler. Similarly to the Aviators and NFOs, 129 maintainers train maintenance personnel from squadrons transitioning from the EA-6B to EA-18G on the latest procedures for the Growler.

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Email: VAQ-129 Sponsors

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