US Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt War plane , Watch It’s Amazing Fire Power

US Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt War plane , Watch It’s Amazing Fire Power

A-10 Thunderbolt In Action, Firing A10 Gun With Awesome Sound, Watch

Since their initial development in the 1970’s by Fairchild, the A-10 thunderbolt has been the go-to military plane for protecting ground forces.

Their twin-engine design and durability, make this war plane best suited for shooting down tanks and other military vehicles and installations.

The military plane A-10 Thunderbolt has evolved over the years to meet the changing face of battle. The one-seat A-10 Thunderbolt was particularly designed to fly low at slower speeds so it can hover easily over a battlefield.

Because the Fairfield aircraft doesn’t need much space for take-offs and landings, it is a versatile addition to a military aircraft fleet.

The Thunderbolt IIs even have night vision capability enabling the pilot of the A-10 Thunderbolt war plane to use the cover of darkness to his advantage.

Thunderbolt IIs also have a titanium shell to protect both pilot and the aircraft’s systems even when directly hit and a fail-safe system that allows the pilot to safely land even after power is lost.

The Thunderbolt II earned its moniker “Warthog” because it is often painted with fierce-looking teeth on the nose of the plane to make it look more aggressive.

The war plane A-10 Thunderbolt now also has computerized systems for navigation and weaponry and can fly on autopilot when needed.

The A-10 Thunderbolt military plane can also be equipped with different types of bombs, missiles and rockets.

The A-10 gun which is a rotary cannon is situated on the top of the nose of the plane for the most accurate shot.

A warning system was also added to the military aircraft to prevent ground-collisions.

The A-10 Thunderbolt military plane, now manufactured by Northrop Grumman, is a favorite choice among the United States and its allies and has been used in many operations, including Enduring Freedom and Desert Storm to protect the ground forces from attack.

Source: Daily Military Defense & Archive

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