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  • A-10 Thunderbolt II
  • A-10 Thunderbolt II
  • A-10 Thunderbolt II
  • A-10 Thunderbolt II
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  • The A10 Thunderbolt II, more colloquially known as the "A-10 Warthog" is a close-ground support aircraft featured in Medal of Honor (2010) and Medal of Honor: Warfighter. Currently employed by the United States Air Force, several dozen A-10's are currently deployed in Afghanistan, providing close-air support for ground forces stationed there. The A-10 is notable for being completely designed around the GAU-8 Avenger 30mm rotary cannon, used with great effect in air support missions.
  • thumb Die A10-Thunderbolt ist ein amerikanischer, einsitziger Jet, der vor allem effizient gegen Panzer und Bodenstreitkräfte ist. Der Jet ist so gebaut, dass er sogar Direkttreffer von panzerbrechenden und auch von hochexplosiven Projektilen bis zu einem Kaliber von 23mm aushält. Sie kann sogar mit einem abgerissenen Flügel oder einem ausgefallenen Triebwerk landen. Die A10 soll frühestens im Jahre 2028 ersetzt werden.
  • John Sheppard, medan M1B-129 hallucinerat se en A-10 när en Atlantis UAV sköt i höjden ovanför honom, tro att han fortfarande var på distribution i Afghanistan. (ATL: "Phantoms")
  • The A-10A Thunderbolt II is a close air support attacker jet that is featured in Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction and Mercenaries 2: World in Flames.
  • The A-10 Thunderbolt 2 is wonderfully powerful, able to take out enemies quickly even when the Gatling gun isn't fully powered. Its speed is not as much of an impediment as the manual makes it out to be; however, the craft's real flaw is the small coverage area of its aptly named Pinpoint Bomb.
  • The A-10 Thunderbolt II is a military aircraft used by the United States Air Force. John Sheppard, while on M1B-129 hallucinated seeing an A-10 when an Atlantis UAV soared above him, imagining that he was still on deployment in Afghanistan. (SGA: "Phantoms")
  • The A-10 Thunderbolt II is an American single-seat, twin-engine, straight-wing jet aircraft developed by Fairchild-Republic and operated by the United States Air Force to provide close air support (CAS) of ground forces by attacking tanks, armored vehicles, and other ground targets with a limited air interdiction capability.
  • De Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II is het enige USAF toestel dat primair werd ontwikkeld t.b.v. het verlenen van grondsteun op het slagveld (close air support). Het is speciaal uitgerust voor het vernietigen van tanks, pantservoertuigen en andere gronddoelen. Het toestel kan zelfs ingezet worden tegen wat verder van de eigen troepen verwijderde gronddoelen (air interdiction). Een secundaire taak die het toestel kan vervullen is optreden als vliegende forward air controller; hierbij praat de vlieger andere toestellen naar de aan te vallen doelen op de grond.
  • The A-10 Thunderbolt II is an American single-seat, twin-engine, straight-wing jet aircraft developed by Fairchild-Republic for the United States Air Force to provide close air support (CAS) of ground forces by attacking tanks, armored vehicles, and other ground targets with a limited air interdiction capability. It is the first U.S. Air Force aircraft designed exclusively for close air support. The A-10's official name comes from the Republic P-47 Thunderbolt of World War II, a fighter that was particularly effective at close air support.
  • The A-10 and OA-10 Thunderbolt IIs are the first Air Force aircraft specially designed for close air support of ground forces. They are simple, effective and survivable twin-engine jet aircraft that can be used against all ground targets, including tanks and other armored vehicles. Return to Top The Thunderbolt II can be serviced and operated from bases with limited facilities near battle areas. Many of the aircraft's parts are interchangeable left and right, including the engines, main landing gear and vertical stabilizers.
Man
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  • High
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Schaden
  • 50
Waffe
  • 30
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  • 344.0
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  • 706.0
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Fire
  • Automatic
  • Auto
Bomb
  • Pinpoint Bomb, Paveway Smart Bomb, Rocket
Pilot
Game
  • Medal of Honor (2010)
Name
  • A-10 Warthog
  • A-10 Thunderbolt II
  • A-10 Thunderbolt II
  • A-10 Warthog
Type
  • Aircraft, Close-Ground Attack
Caption
  • An A-10 in real life based out of Spangdahlem, Germany.
Höchstgeschwindigkeit
  • 344.0
weaponalt
  • *Laser Guided *Heatseekers *Hydra Rockets *TV Missile *JDAM Bomb
  • AGM-65 Maverick
  • AIM-9 Sidewinders
  • Hydra 70 rocket pods
  • Mark 84 2000lb Bombs
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  • None
  • Stealth
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  • 4
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  • hoch
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Ammo
  • 500
PC
  • No
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  • 20
  • 25
Passengers
  • 1
  • Pilot
Video
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  • Flares
  • *IR Flares *ECM Jammer *Fire Extinguisher
  • ECM Jammer
  • Extinguisher
  • IR Flares
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  • 50
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  • *Air Radar *Gyro Stabilizer *Stealth Coating
  • Beam Scanning
Health
  • 500
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  • 1
Bild
  • 200
  • 250
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  • 1
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  • 34.0
  • 10.0
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  • 2
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  • Gatling Shot, Large Shot, 30 mm Machine Gun
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  • Spread, Cluster Bomb, Fae
Fahrzeuggesundheit
  • 500
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  • Flight & Combat demonstration
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  • The A10 Thunderbolt II, more colloquially known as the "A-10 Warthog" is a close-ground support aircraft featured in Medal of Honor (2010) and Medal of Honor: Warfighter. Currently employed by the United States Air Force, several dozen A-10's are currently deployed in Afghanistan, providing close-air support for ground forces stationed there. The A-10 is notable for being completely designed around the GAU-8 Avenger 30mm rotary cannon, used with great effect in air support missions.
  • De Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II is het enige USAF toestel dat primair werd ontwikkeld t.b.v. het verlenen van grondsteun op het slagveld (close air support). Het is speciaal uitgerust voor het vernietigen van tanks, pantservoertuigen en andere gronddoelen. Het toestel kan zelfs ingezet worden tegen wat verder van de eigen troepen verwijderde gronddoelen (air interdiction). Een secundaire taak die het toestel kan vervullen is optreden als vliegende forward air controller; hierbij praat de vlieger andere toestellen naar de aan te vallen doelen op de grond. De officiële naam voor de A-10 is Thunderbolt II, hij werd genoemd naar zijn voorganger de P-47 Thunderbolt uit WOII maar hij staat vanwege de karakteristieke motorbulten achterop de romp echter ook bekend onder de naam Warthog (wrattenzwijn). De A-10 is vanwege zijn lange rechte vleugels met omlaaggebogen vleugeltips zeer goed handelbaar bij lage snelheden en op geringe hoogte. Hierdoor is bij start en landing slechts een korte baan nodig en kan het toestel opereren van tijdelijke vooruitgeschoven bases vlak bij het front. Het toestel heeft de mogelijkheid om geruime tijd boven het slagveld rond te kruisen en kan onder een laaghangend wolkendek van 300 m opereren met een zicht dat slechter is dan 2,5 km en met de zeer lage snelheid van 320 km/u. De Thunderbolt II is zo stevig gemaakt dat hij al een vliegende tank is genoemd. Zijn casco is gemaakt in een honingraatstructuur die bestand is tegen treffers van pantser doorborende en hoog explosieve munitie tot 23mm. Alle voor de vlucht noodzakelijke systemen zijn driedubbel uitgevoerd (een dubbel hydraulisch en een enkel mechanisch systeem). Hierdoor kan de vlieger zelfs zonder hydrauliek of met een half afgeschoten vleugel nog veilig landen. Het toestel heeft zelfdichtende brandstoftanks en is speciaal zo geconstrueerd dat het met 1 motor, 1 staart, 1 hoogteroer en een half afgescheurde vleugel nog bestuurbaar te vliegen is! Cockpit en delen van het stuursysteem worden beschermd door een kuip van 400 kilo titanium bepantsering die meerdere 20mm treffers kan doorstaan. Hoewel de A-10 een aanzienlijke wapenlast mee kan voeren is zijn hoofdwapen het roterende 7-loops 30mm GAU Avenger kanon, waar het vliegtuig als het ware omheen gebouwd is. Om dit kanon goed te kunnen centreren is het neuswiel zelfs naast het midden geplaatst. De productielijn stopte in 1984 nadat er totaal 715 toestellen waren gebouwd. De A-10 heeft al vele upgrades gehad; het toestel werd uitgerust met traagheidsnavigatie, Global Positioning System, nachtzichtapparatuur en de Pave Penny laser-doelaanwijzer. Vanaf 2005 werden alle toestellen met een andere vleugel, een eigen brandblussysteem, ECM mogelijkheden en de mogelijkheid om ‘slimme’ bommen te kunnen vervoeren, op A-10C standaard gebracht. Eerste vlucht van deze A-10C was op 28 januari 2005. Men verwacht hiermee de A-10 tot circa 2025 operationeel te houden.
  • thumb Die A10-Thunderbolt ist ein amerikanischer, einsitziger Jet, der vor allem effizient gegen Panzer und Bodenstreitkräfte ist. Der Jet ist so gebaut, dass er sogar Direkttreffer von panzerbrechenden und auch von hochexplosiven Projektilen bis zu einem Kaliber von 23mm aushält. Sie kann sogar mit einem abgerissenen Flügel oder einem ausgefallenen Triebwerk landen. Die A10 soll frühestens im Jahre 2028 ersetzt werden.
  • John Sheppard, medan M1B-129 hallucinerat se en A-10 när en Atlantis UAV sköt i höjden ovanför honom, tro att han fortfarande var på distribution i Afghanistan. (ATL: "Phantoms")
  • The A-10A Thunderbolt II is a close air support attacker jet that is featured in Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction and Mercenaries 2: World in Flames.
  • The A-10 Thunderbolt 2 is wonderfully powerful, able to take out enemies quickly even when the Gatling gun isn't fully powered. Its speed is not as much of an impediment as the manual makes it out to be; however, the craft's real flaw is the small coverage area of its aptly named Pinpoint Bomb.
  • The A-10 Thunderbolt II is a military aircraft used by the United States Air Force. John Sheppard, while on M1B-129 hallucinated seeing an A-10 when an Atlantis UAV soared above him, imagining that he was still on deployment in Afghanistan. (SGA: "Phantoms")
  • The A-10 Thunderbolt II is an American single-seat, twin-engine, straight-wing jet aircraft developed by Fairchild-Republic for the United States Air Force to provide close air support (CAS) of ground forces by attacking tanks, armored vehicles, and other ground targets with a limited air interdiction capability. It is the first U.S. Air Force aircraft designed exclusively for close air support. The A-10 is more commonly known by its nickname "Warthog" or simply "Hog". As a secondary mission, it provides airborne forward air control, guiding other aircraft against ground targets. A-10s used primarily in this role are designated OA-10. The A-10's official name comes from the Republic P-47 Thunderbolt of World War II, a fighter that was particularly effective at close air support.
  • The A-10 Thunderbolt II is an American single-seat, twin-engine, straight-wing jet aircraft developed by Fairchild-Republic and operated by the United States Air Force to provide close air support (CAS) of ground forces by attacking tanks, armored vehicles, and other ground targets with a limited air interdiction capability. It is designed from the ground up around the massive GAU-8 avenger 30mm cannon, and is armored to withstand incoming fire up to 23mm. It is also designed to be incredibly durable, able to fly while missing sections of its wings, an engine, or half of its tail. The A-10's official name comes from the Republic P-47 Thunderbolt of World War II, a fighter that was particularly effective at close air support. The A-10 is more commonly known by its nickname "Warthog" or simply "Hog".
  • The A-10 and OA-10 Thunderbolt IIs are the first Air Force aircraft specially designed for close air support of ground forces. They are simple, effective and survivable twin-engine jet aircraft that can be used against all ground targets, including tanks and other armored vehicles. The primary mission of the A-10 is to provide day and night close air combat support for friendly land forces and to act as forward air controller (FAC) to coordinate and direct friendly air forces in support of land forces. The A-10 has a secondary mission of supporting search and rescue and Special Forces operations. It also possesses a limited capability to perform certain types of interdiction. All of these missions may take place in a high or low threat environment. The A/OA-10 aircraft was specifically developed as a close air support aircraft with reliability and maintainability as major design considerations. The Air Force requirements documents emphasized payload, low altitude flying capability, range and loiter capability, low speed maneuverability and weapons delivery accuracy. The aircraft is capable of worldwide deployment and operation from austere bases with minimal support equipment. Specific survivability features include titanium armor plated cockpit, redundant flight control system separated by fuel tanks, manual reversion mode for flight controls, foam filled fuel tanks, ballistic foam void fillers, and a redundant primary structure providing “get home” capability after being hit. Design simplicity, ease of access and left to right interchangeable components make the A/OA-10 aircraft readily maintainable and suitable for deployment at advanced bases. The A-10/OA-10 have excellent maneuverability at low air speeds and altitude, and are highly accurate weapons-delivery platforms. They can loiter near battle areas for extended periods of time and operate under 1,000-foot ceilings (303.3 meters) with 1.5-mile (2.4 kilometers) visibility. Their wide combat radius and short takeoff and landing capability permit operations in and out of locations near front lines. Using night vision goggles, A-10/OA-10 pilots can conduct their missions during darkness. Return to Top The A/OA-10 is a single place, pressurized, low wing and tail aircraft with two General Electric TF-34-100/A turbo-fan engines, each with a sea level static thrust rating of approximately 9000 pounds. The engines are installed in nacelles mounted on pylons extending from the fuselage just aft of and above the wing. Two vertical stabilizers are located at the outboard tips of the horizontal stabilizers. The forward retracting tricycle landing gear incorporates short struts and a wide tread. The nose wheel retracts fully into the fuselage nose. The main gear retracts into streamlined fairing on the wing with the lower portion of the wheel protruding to facilitate emergency gear-up landings. The General Electric Aircraft Armament Subsystem A/A49E-6 (30 millimeter Gun System) is located in the forward nose section of the fuselage. The gun system consists of the 30mm Gatling gun mechanism, double-ended linkless ammunition feed, storage assembly and hydraulic drive system. Avionics equipment includes communications, inertial navigation systems, fire control and weapons delivery systems, target penetration aids and night vision goggles. Their weapons delivery systems include head-up displays that indicate airspeed, altitude and dive angle on the windscreen, a low altitude safety and targeting enhancement system (LASTE) which provides constantly computing impact point freefall ordnance delivery; and Pave Penny laser-tracking pods under the fuselage. The aircraft also have armament control panels, and infrared and electronic countermeasures to handle surface-to-air-missile threats. thumb|250px|right The Thunderbolt II's 30mm GAU-8/A Gatling gun can fire 3,900 rounds a minute and can defeat an array of ground targets to include tanks. Some of their other equipment includes an inertial navigation system, electronic countermeasures, target penetration aids, self-protection systems, and AGM-65 Maverick and AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles. Thunderbolt IIs have Night Vision Imaging Systems (NVIS), compatible single-seat cockpits forward of their wings and a large bubble canopy which provides pilots all-around vision. The pilots are encircled by titanium armor that also protects parts of the flight-control system. The redundant primary structural sections allow the aircraft to enjoy better survivability during close air support than did previous aircraft. The aircraft can survive direct hits from armor-piercing and high-explosive projectiles up to 23mm. Their self-sealing fuel cells are protected by internal and external foam. Their redundant hydraulic flight-control systems are backed up by manual systems. This permits pilots to fly and land when hydraulic power is lost. The Thunderbolt II can be serviced and operated from bases with limited facilities near battle areas. Many of the aircraft's parts are interchangeable left and right, including the engines, main landing gear and vertical stabilizers. The first production A-10A was delivered to Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., in October 1975. It was designed specially for the close air support mission and had the ability to combine large military loads, long loiter and wide combat radius, which proved to be vital assets to America and its allies during Operation Desert Storm. In the Gulf War, A-10s, with a mission capable rate of 95.7 percent, flew 8,100 sorties and launched 90 percent of the AGM-65 Maverick missiles.
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