USAF Depots Work To Keep A-10s Flying ‘Indefinitely’

Credit: USAF
Despite the U.S. Air Force’s stated plan to begin mothballing the A-10 Warthog next year, the service’s depots are ramping up capacity to keep the aging attack fleet operating well into the future, according to a top general. “They have re-geared up, we’ve turned on the depot line, we’re building it...

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