By Dahr Jamail
Feb. 6, 2017
Imagine living in a place where the loudest jets ever built regularly flew so close, your entire house vibrated, dishes rattled and fell off shelves, and the noise was so loud you became physically ill.
Your sleep was impacted, you couldn’t work, and literally every single aspect of your life was affected negatively.
“The noise has impacted my life in every conceivable way,” Cate Andrews told Truthout.
She lives in the Puget Sound region of Washington State, near Naval Air Station Whidbey on Whidbey Island. Along with thousands of others there and other islands and locations throughout the Sound, Andrews is afflicted by health-endangering levels of noise from Naval EA-18G “Growler” warplanes, the single loudest aircraft ever built.[FULL ARTICLE]