RAAF EA-18G Hornet, aka the Growler, as Riverfire, Brisbane, Queensland.
The Australian Defence Force (ADF) has a long association with Brisbane’s Sunsuper Riverfire.
The ADF was proud to take part in the 20th anniversary of Sunsuper Riverfire in 2017 with flying displays by the Air Force’s Roulettes, EA-18G Growlers, C-17A Globemaster and Army’s MRH90 helicopters.
The RAAF EA-18G Growler depicted here is conducting flying practice along the Brisbane River in preparation for Brisbane’s Sunsuper Riverfire, an annual family event run attracting enormous crowds along the Brisbane River.
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