U.S. Air Force Wraps Up A-10 Wing Replacement

Credit: A-10: USAF
A 12-year-long, $1.1 billion project to replace structurally weakened wings on 173 A-10s ended last month, the U.S. Air Force announced on Aug. 12. Air Force test pilot Lt. Col. Ryan Richardson flew the last Enhanced Wing Assembly-equipped A-10 with tail number 80-0252 for a functional check flight...
Steve Trimble

Steve covers military aviation, missiles and space for the Aviation Week Network, based in Washington DC.

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