Northrop Grumman EA-6B Prowler file bundle.
You will receive the following formats archived in a file when you purchase this product:
- Adobe Ilustrator (.ai)
- Encapsulated Postscript (.eps)
- Portable Document Format (.pdf)
- Scalable Vector Graphics (.svg)
- AutoCAD (.dwg)
- Drawing Exchange Format (.dxf)
- CorelDraw (.cdr)
The bundle includes 4 views of the Northrop Grumman EA-6B Prowler: top, bottom, left and right
Scale of the drawing is 1/48
Northrop Grumman EA-6B Prowler was a four seat, twin-engine, carrier-based electronic warfare jet aircraft. It was derived from Grumman A-6 Intruder and was used by US NAVY and US Marine Corps. In total, 170 Prowlers were produced. It was introduced in early 1970s and remained in service until 2019 /USMC/. The crew of the Prowler consisted of one pilot and three electronic-warfare officers. It was considered very capable aircraft, with the ability to carry anti-radiation missiles like the AGM-88 HARM and operate in all-weather conditions.
Northrop Grumman EA-6B Prowler was continually upgraded during its years of service. However, at some point its retirement was considered inevitable, despite the attempts to introduce a Prowler with advanced capabilities, engines and aerodynamics. It was eventually replaced by the Boeing F/A-18G Growler. Even now considered obsolete, the EA-6B remains one of the legendary airplanes of the US NAVY and Marine Corps. It was used in missions in Vietnam, Grenada, Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria.
Rhino Red Prints drawings are vector file bundles designed to serve the basic needs of various sectors. 3D designers, Publishers, Decal Makers, RC and Plastic Model Makers often need profile or top views and even sometimes combination of those, featuring different aircraft. Such drawings take time and effort to be completed. Red Rhino Prints drawings are made to be very close to reality, but does not represent absolutely accurate blueprints of the vehicles depicted. The blueprints in the form of file bundle are in 48th scale and are close to reality, but there might be discrepancies with the real vehicles depicted.