Welcome to the VAW-112  Golden Hawks
Suicide_Prevention

VAW 112 Home
Points of Contact
Check-Ins
Career Counselor

ABOUT US

Facebook Page
Ombudsman
Family Gram
Squadron History
Previous COs
About the E-2C
Photo Gallery
Point Mugu Resource Handbook

LINKS

CVW-9
( Carrier Air Wing 9)
 
NBVC
NBVC Family Housing
NBVC Fleet and Family Readiness
Navy Housing Online
 
Pre-Deployment Information
 
Bupers Access
EAWS Study Resource
Military Pay Rates
Naval Safety Ctr
Navy Recruiter
Uniformed Regs
U.S. Navy
USN Ribbon Checker
Red Cross
 
 
 
 
 
Wingspan 80' 7 "
Length 57' 9 "
Height 18' 4"
Wing Area 700 sq. ft.
Weight: Empty 40,484 lbs.
Max Fuel (internal)  12,400 lbs.
Max Take-off Gross Weight 54,426 lbs.
Cruise Speed  260 kts.
Service Ceiling 37,000'
Ferry Range 1,540 nm.
Takeoff run 1,850'
Propulsion: 2 Allison T56-A-427 turboprop engines 5,100 ESHP each
Crew 5 Total, 2 Pilots and 3 Naval Flight Officers

ABOUT THE E-2C AIRCRAFT

E2-C image

 

The E-2C ‘Hawkeye’ is the Navy’s all weather Airborne Early Warning and Command and Control aircraft. As a carrier deployed aircraft, the ‘Hawkeye’ is capable of expanding the eyes of the Carrier Strike Group hundreds of miles greatly expanding the Navy’s ability to influence land, sea, and air battles. The E-2C crew regularly controls maritime and land strikes, strike group air defense, and many other missions including battlefield management and search and rescue operations.

 

 
[VAW-112 Home].[POCs].[Ombudsman].[Newsletter].[History.[Gallery]. [CACCLW Home]
Last Updated: November 13, 2015

This is an official U.S. Navy Web site.  GILS Registration Number: 12879
Please read this Privacy Policy before entering this site.
Send recommendations and comments to the Webmaster.

Please see our Section 508 Accessibility Statement