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The pilot declared an in-flight emergency before bringing the plane down without landing gear, Moody Air Force Base officials said
Sen. McSally said she told Air Force leaders she "would not allow their plan to mothball 44 A-10s starting in October to happen."
One airman's BRRRT is another airman's VRRRT
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