Last but not least, the US tests the upgraded Super

Finally: US Tests the NEW Super A-10 Warthog After Getting An Upgrade

With its razor-sharp fangs and an Avenger Gatling gun, the Super A-10 Thunderbolt II Warthog is the United States’ most successful Close Air Support fighter and now it is back, better, and stronger than ever before. But it seems the first fighter it would be going up against isn’t of Chinese or Russian origin – but rather, a fellow American that’s been trying to steal its job – specifically the F-35 Lightning II. And so in this video, we take a detailed look at why and how two fighters that should be on the same team are looking to rip each other apart.

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