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Navy Growler jet noise over Whidbey Island could impact 74,000 people’s health

Navy Growler jet noise over Whidbey Island could impact 74,000 people’s health

As often as four days a week, Boeing EA-18G Growler electronic attack aircraft based at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island fly loops overhead as pilots practice touch-and-go landings. The noise is immense. New research from the IJ shows that the noise isn’t just disruptive — it presents a substantial risk to public health.

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