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For sheer firepower, there isn’t much that compares to the A-10. Designated the “Thunderbolt II,” but more affectionately known as the “Warthog,” the A-10 is among the most lethal and most resilient aircraft to enter the force.
The A-10 is the first aircraft designed specifically for close air support and can survive direct hits from armor-piercing and high explosive projectiles up to 23mm. The aircraft was built around its GAU-8/A Avenger seven-barreled cannon, the most powerful gun ever fitted to a tactical aircraft. The ultimate measure of a fighting force’s effectiveness is the ability to rapidly project and sustain an effective combat force close to a potential battle area. Threats to U.S. interests have changed in the past year and many combat scenarios will be played out toe-to-toe with the enemy at close quarters. Despite improved capabilities of potential adversaries, the A-10 accomplishes its mission by its capacity to deliver punishing firepower, yet withstand astonishing damage at extremely close quarters.
Thunderstruck depicts a pair of “Hawgs” ravaging a column of tanks in the close confines of a mountain road. With its GAU-8/A Avenger blazing, the lead aircraft makes short work of the enemy’s assets, as the ground passes by in a blur of speed.
Thunderstruck is carefully reproduced on 100 lb. Archival Stock, each 24" x 30" print is individually signed and inspected by the artist for color consistency and accuracy. Be sure to select a print type when ordering!
Once A Tiger, Always A Tiger
The A-10 Thunderbolt II, doing what she does best! Many artists have developed an affinity for the Warthog, and Roy Grinnell is no exception. This artwork depicts two "Hawgs" in full ground attack mode. Click on the thumbnail for a larger view, then click the Back button on your browser to return here.
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