• A-10 Warthog in Action, Squadron Signal Publications

A-10 Warthog in Action, Squadron Signal Publications


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The A-10 Warthog, a twin engine US Air Force ground attack jet, was designed and built from the wheels up for the sole purpose of supporting ground forces. Outwardly ugly and ungainly, the A-10 is one of the most efficient aerial killers ever to take to the sky. Sheathed in 900 pounds of titanium armor, the Warthog - whose official name is the Thunderbolt II - can survive direct hits from armor-piercing and high-explosive projectiles as large as 23mm. It has triple redundancy in its flight control systems, allowing pilots to fly and land when hydraulic power is out or part of a wing has been shot off. Introduced in the mid-1970s, the A-10 has seen service in the Gulf War of 1990-1991; in the Balkans, later in the 1990s; in Afghanistan after 2001; and in the occupation of Iraq, beginning in the spring of 2003.

 Author: Lou Drendel

Publisher: Squadron / Signal Publications (2010) 

ISBN: 978-0-89747-620-1

Description: 56 pages, Paperback, 209 X 280 mm, more than 100 color photos, 8 color paintings, 5-view drawing, aircraft srecifications.

Condition: NEW COPY.

Shipping weight: 330 gr.

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