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Lawmakers just saved dozens of A-10 Warthogs from the boneyard
The beloved A-10 will keep on BRRRTing in the free world for the time being.
Lawmakers are once again fighting to save the A-10 Warthog from retirement
The Senate Armed Services Committee isn't keen on the U.S. Air Force's plans to retire legacy aircraft in favor of new technology, putting a stop to some proposed aircraft retirements and delaying others
An A-10 pilot walked away unharmed after an emergency belly landing at Moody AFB
The pilot declared an in-flight emergency before bringing the plane down without landing gear, Moody Air Force Base officials said
We salute these mustachioed A-10s for making close air support classy AF
Sometimes, the traditional teeth-and-maw of the A-10 Warthog just doesn't cut it — you need a motherf*cking mustache to inspire fear
‘This is pretty awesome’ — A-10 pilots print out custom helmet decals of their squadron patches
The “Flying Tigers” printed out amazingly vibrant helmet wraps to wear into battle
DoD: We’re retiring 44 A-10s. Arizona lawmakers: fight me
Sen. McSally said she told Air Force leaders she "would not allow their plan to mothball 44 A-10s starting in October to happen."
Bye-bye to BRRRT: the Air Force wants to retire 44 A-10 Warthogs
Despite multiple efforts to push the iconic A-10 Warthog's retirement date further into the future, the U.S. Air Force is now slated to shelve dozens of the Cold War-era ground-attack planes in the upcoming fiscal year, according to the service's budget request
BRRRT vs. BRRAPP: How Americans describe the glorious sound of the A-10 firing, in 2 maps
One airman's BRRRT is another airman's VRRRT
This video of 6 A-10 Warthogs dropping flares over the Persian Gulf is absolutely glorious
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Survey: How do you spell the sound that an A-10 Warthog’s autocannon makes?
There are few sounds more welcome to U.S. military personnel than the sound of an A-10 Thunderbolt II's GAU-8/A Avenger 30mm autocannon raining down a hail of lead on an unsuspecting enemy force. But here's a question: How the hell do you actually spell (and, in turn, pronounce) that sweet, sweet sound of freedom?
Two A-10 pilots receive the Distinguished Flying Cross for rescuing troops under heavy fire in Afghanistan
The Distinguished Flying Cross is rarely awarded, let alone awarded twice on the same day to two members of the same fighter squadron, but that's exactly what happened for two A-10 pilots who saved troops under fire in Afghanistan during missions in 2008 and 2010
The A-10 Warthog will now BRRRT! in surround sound
The beloved A-10 Thunderbolt II attack aircraft is picking up a brand new "three-dimensional" surround-sound audio system too boost Warthog pilots' situational awareness
Here’s what it looks like on the receiving end of an A-10 Warthog’s scary-as-f*ck gun run
There are few things more glorious than the furious BRRRT! of the A-10 Warthog's GAU-8/A Avenger 30mm autocannon laying the law on ground-based foes — and now we know exactly why the sound inspires as much fear in America's adversaries as it does joy in its allies
The Air Force’s entire A-10 Warthog fleet is getting a raft of lethal new upgrades
Fresh off a fraught decade-long rewinging effort, the Air Force's beloved A-10 Thunderbolt II fleet is poised to keep on BRRRTing in the free world for at least another decade — and the beloved attack aircraft will pick up some tasty new upgrades along the way
The A-10 Warthog will keep on BRRRTing in the free world for at least another decade
The beloved A-10 Warthog is primed and ready to make close air support great again
A-10 Warthog squadron receives rare heroism award for bringing the pain to ISIS in Syria
An A-10 Thunderbolt II unit summoned into the dense, urban environment of Raqqa, Syria, where Islamic State fighters and snipers hid within buildings, found itself testing new ways to support U.S.-backed militia on the ground, contributing to the city's liberation in late 2017
Air Force F-35 pilot on flying the legendary A-10: ‘like Chewbacca with chainsaw arms’
The A-10 is a flying death machine, a plane built around a cannon that is capable of firing 4,200 rounds per minute and eliminating anything in its path, but this fearsome gunship's days are numbered.