AGM-65 Maverick

Warthog Pilot explains why A-10 Drivers often boresight the AGM-65 Air-to-surface missile on wingman rather than on a ground target

Warthog Pilot explains why A-10 Drivers often boresight the AGM-65 Air-to-surface missile on wingman rather than on a ground target

The AGM-65 Maverick The US Air Force (USAF) accepted the first AGM-65A Maverick in August 1972. A total of 25,750… Read More

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Former A-10 Pilot explains how a Warthog could BRRRRRRRRTTTTTTTT a Star Wars AT-AT

‘AT-ATs have a lot in common with tanks,’ Lynn Taylor, former A-10 Warthog pilot. The All Terrain Armored Transport, or… Read More

2 years ago

A-10 pilot explains why Warthog drivers often boresight the AGM-65 Maverick on wingman rather than on a ground target

‘The rumors are true! We often boresight the missile while in the air, usually on a wingman,’ Lynn Taylor, former… Read More

2 years ago

‘If the A-10 can’t kill a modern tank with its gun, can we just put a bigger gun on it?’ Former Hog pilot says: ‘No.’ Here’s why.

‘Vibration. Holy hand grenades of Antioch! The Hawg already shakes like it’s going to come apart when the Gun kicks… Read More

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“BRRRRTTTTTT + Wham, Wham:” A-10 Pilot Remembers when He Teamed up with AC-130 Gunships and Performed a Memorable Gun Run against Taliban during Operation Anaconda

‘Everything was gone. Between the gunship hitting the target with 40 mm cannon rounds and us putting 6000 lbs of… Read More

5 years ago

A-10 Designer, A-10 Pilot Explain how the Warthog Became ‘The Most Survivable Plane Ever Built’

‘The Hawg doesn’t mind the risk of taking some fire to get the job done, because it’s been built to… Read More

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How two A-10`Warthog’ Pilots Destroyed 23 Iraqi Tanks in One Day during Operation Desert Storm

No one in uniform likes war, but as he pulled off and looked back at eight tanks burning and exploding,… Read More

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