New Air Force Chief Agrees To Keep A-10

Credit: Department of Defense
Gen. David Goldfein, the incoming Air Force chief of staff, is taking a conciliatory tone when it comes to one of the issues that bedeviled his predecessor, Gen. Mark Welsh—retiring the A-10 Thunderbolt II. In a move that could turn adversaries into advocates, Goldfein, now confirmed by the Senate...

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