A10 Thunderbolt II

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The A10 Thunderbolt II Attack Aircraft is a powerful United States Attack Aircraft.

A10 Thunderbolt II Attack Aircraft

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A10 Thunderbolt II Attack Aircraft, also commonly known as A10 Warthog, is a close air support fighter developed by Fairchild Republic for the United States. It is a single-seater, twin turbofan engine and a straight wing jet aircraft. Slow at 439 mph, it compensates the lack of speed with heavy titanium armor. This deadly aircraft obliterates the opposition with 30mm GAU-8/A Avenger Gattling Cannon. It can also act as a fighter, bomber and an anti-tank operator. It got its name from WWII fighter plane P47 Thunderbolt.



A10 Thunderbolt II Attack Aircraft | USA

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Country: United States
Deployed: 1972–1984
Maker: Fairchild Republic
Length: 53 feet (16.26 meters)
Width: 14 feet 8 Inches (4.47 meters)
Height: 7.79 feet (2.37 meters)
Wing Area: 506 square feet (47 sqm)
Max Speed: 439 mph (381 knots)
Cruise Speed: 340 mph (300 knots)
Stall Speed: 138 mph (120 knots)
Radius: 288 miles at 5000 feet
Ceiling: 45,000 feet (13,700m)
Loaded Weight: 30,384 pounds (13,782 kg)
Empty Weight: 24,959 pounds (11,321 kg)
Power: GE TF34-GE-100A Turbofans (2x)
Generated: 9065 lbf (40.32 kN) each
Armor: Titanium 1200 pounds (540 kg)
Main Gun: 30mm GAU-8/A Avenger (1x)
Missile A: AIM-9 Sidewinder (2x)
Missile B: AGM-65 Maverick (6x)
Rocket A: LAU-61/LAU-68 (4x)
Rocket B: LAU-5003 (4x) • LAU-10 (6x)
Bomb A: Mark 80 • Mk 77
Bomb B: Paveway • JDAM
Crew: 1

A10 Thunderbolt II Attack Aircraft | USA

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