An EA-18G Growler pilot practices aircraft carrier landings at Outlying Field near Coupeville on Whidbey Island. A Navy proposal would increase the number of touch-and-go landings at the field four-fold. (U.S. Navy)

An EA-18G Growler pilot practices aircraft carrier landings at Outlying Field near Coupeville on Whidbey Island. A Navy proposal would increase the number of touch-and-go landings at the field four-fold. (U.S. Navy)

Editorial: Navy should return to talks on Growlers’ impacts

The effects of a four-fold increase in flights at a Coupeville field warrant an agreement.

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