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que ha estado haciendo el piloto ahí dentro me recuerda a cierta escena de titanic


A 355th Fighter Wing pilot waits to taxi out his A-10C Thunderbolt II for a morning Weapon System Evaluation Program sortie at Eglin AFB, Florida, February 19, 2014. The A-10Cs from Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona, participated in the week-long mission known as Combat Hammer, in which they released air-to-ground munitions. The Combat Hammer WSEP program is managed by the 86th Fighter Weapons Squadron, part of the 53rd Wing. (U.S. Air Force photo by Samuel King Jr.) Note: Pictured is A-10C 82-0654 from the 354th Fighter Squadron "Bulldogs", 355th Fighter Wing (ACC), Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona, formerly assigned to the 81st Fighter Squadron "Panthers", 52nd Fighter Wing (USAFE), Spangdahlem AB, Germany. The "1" of the aircraft number "10654" visible on the canopy rail should be wrong. But I like the unusual angle of this picture.



Supongo que sera condensacion, por que aun no ha salido ni a hacer taxi en esa foto

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De ese cartel salio una camisa que se publico en el FB de Warthog News, quería ver la tienda y demás pero al final se me paso.


Un saludo.

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Unas fotinos sacadas del FB de Warthog News con sus respectivos comentarios...




On I-40 Jun 11th in Arkansas




A-10C 80-0218 from the 190th Fighter Squadron "Skullbangers", 124th Fighter Wing (Idaho ANG), Gowen Field, Boise, on final approach on runway 23, Spangdahlem AB, Germany, afternoon May 20, 2014. At least 7 190th FS "Hogs" are currently at "Spang" for exercise Combined Resolve II. (Photo by aviation photographer and Warthog News contributor Oliver Jonischkeit from Germany) — con Tim Siffel.




An A-10C Thunderbolt II from the 40th Flight Test Squadron, 96th Test Wing (ACC), Eglin AFB, Florida, fires the GAU-8 30mm cannon during a training mission on the Eglin range December 10, 2013. The pilot made multiple passes to fire the weapon and completed two strafing runs during the afternoon sortie. (U.S. Air Force photo by Samuel King Jr.) Note: Pictured here should be also A-10C 81-0989.




Col. Mark W. Anderson, 188th Fighter Wing commander, is sprayed with water by 188th Fire Emergency Services Flight fire trucks as he returns from his final training mission in an A-10C Thunderbolt II "Warthog", at Ebbing ANGB, Fort Smith, Arkansas, May 12, 2014. The ceremonial "fini" flight was Anderson's final sortie until he flies the last A-10C out of Ebbing ANGB June 7, 2014, following the wing's conversion ceremony. The 188th will convert from a fighter mission to a remotely piloted aircraft (MQ-9 Reapers), targeting, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance mission. Note: Pictured is A-10C 80-0188, marked 188 FW as the wing's boss bird and named City of Fort Smith. (Photo by aviation photographer and Warthog News contributor Nick Thomas from the United States)

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