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With 72 years of experience, the aircraft and airmen of US Air Force can be found all over the world, doing all sorts of things.
It happened again. This is the second time this year an A-10 has unintentionally released munitions in an area where it shouldn't have.
Air Force A-10 Warthogs are back in the Baltics, practicing for rough landings close to the Russian border
In 2016, US Air Force A-10s practiced landing on highways in Estonia for the first time since 1984. This month, the A-10s are back in the Baltics, practicing their ability to land and take off in rough environments.
When asked what it's like to shoot the 30mm gun, McGraw said, "I wish I had better terms for it — but it's amazing."
The A-10 pilot, who preferred to be called "McGraw," has flown about 300 missions in Afghanistan.
The US sent a squadron of A-10s back into Afghanistan in late January.
The Air Force released new videos of A-10 Warthogs striking Taliban drug labs — and it shows why the US strategy is a game of ‘whack-a-mol...
The US started targeting Taliban drug labs last November.
The videos were shot during training exercises and in real-world scenarios.
The U.S. Air National Guard released a video last month that shows what its like to be in the cockpit of a Warthog when firing its autocannon.
The beloved A-10 Warthog is a sitting duck for the kind of attack that downed a Russian jet in Syria
The downing of a Russian Su-25 on Saturday highlights the dangers facing American A-10s in Syria and Afghanistan.