Grumman S-2 Tracker

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The Grumman S-2 Tracker (previously S2F prior to 1962) was the first purpose-built, single airframe anti-submarine warfare (ASW) aircraft to enter service with the U.S. Navy. Designed and initially built by the Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation, the Tracker was of conventional design with twin engines, a high wing and tricycle undercarriage. The type was exported to a number of navies around the world. Introduced in 1952 the Tracker saw service in the USN until the mid-1970s with remaining aircraft still in service in other air arms into the 21st century. Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Taiwan, and Uruguay.


  • Argentina
    • Argentine Navy
  • Australia
    • Royal Australian Navy
  • Brazil
    • Brazilian Navy
  • Canada
    • Royal Canadian Navy
  • Republic of China
    • Republic of China Navy
  • Italy
    • Italian Air Force
  • Japan
    • Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force
  • Republic of Korea
    • Republic of Korea Navy
  • Netherlands
    • Royal Netherlands Navy
  • Peru
    • Peruvian Navy
  • Thailand
    • Royal Thai Navy
  • Turkey
    • Turkish Navy
  • United States
    • United States Marine Corps
    • United States Navy
  • Uruguay
    • Uruguayan Navy
  • Venezuela
    • Venezuelan Navy

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