The Prowler Association was established in 2013 as a fully tax-exempt fraternal organization within the meaning of IRS code 501(c)(19). Members of the Association come from three military services, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Air Force. Association Members include Aircrew and Maintenance Officers, Enlisted Organizational/Intermediate Maintainers and Administrative Personnel as well as Government and Contractor Civilians plus their spouses who have supported the EA-6B Prowler throughout its distinguished history. The Prowler Association will publish a periodic newsletter and maintain a Website to archive the Prowler historical legacy as well as promulgate current information on upcoming activities and individual accomplishments. We, who are already members, encourage you to join us to keep the keep the EA-6B Prowler legacy documented for history and to enjoy the camaraderie of fellow Prowlers.
The mission of The Prowler Association is to preserve and promote the legacy, history, and accomplishments of the EA-6B Prowler during its forty-three years of service. We will honor those who flew, maintained, built, or supported the Prowler, and their families. We will inform the public of the Prowler's contributions to America's military successes. We will sponsor patriotic events, hold symposiums and fraternal gatherings, assist historic memorials to naval aviation, and in general foster the memory of the Prowler and do well for our members. We will remember and honor deceased Prowlers and assist their families. Most importantly, we will foster continued comradeship for members via our professional fraternity.
Sponsored by the Prowler Association the Electronic Attack Scholarship of $2,500 is presented annually. This scholarship is presented by the members of the Electronic Attack Community to honor those who gave their lives in service to their country while flying a Navy electronic attack aircraft which includes the EA-1F, EF-10B, EKA-3B, EA-6A, EA-6B and EA-18G. To learn more, please click Electronic Attack Community Scholarship.