Navy EA-18G Growler jet. (Naval Air Station Whidbey Island)

Navy EA-18G Growler jet. (Naval Air Station Whidbey Island)

Growler flown from Whidbey left pilots blind, freezing

The Navy is investigating this latest example of cockpit problems in its high-performance aircraft.

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