Home Blog Post The Hog Blog Post The Hog By Larry-Lambert - February 3, 2014 416 9 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp For your viewing pleasure. U.S. Army soldiers from 2nd Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team, call in a A-10 Warthog to engage an enemy position in the Korengal Valley of Afghanistan. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Blog Post Thoughts Blog Post Contemporary Notes Blog Post Lucy 9 COMMENTS And if the higher-ups get their way, the A-10 will be replaced by the expensive and nearly useless F-35. Yes, and it's a crying shame. Old NFO will enjoy this post, I predict. Another wonderful aircraft that I'll likely never get a chance to fly. Sigh. So few aircraft do what aircraft are really made for–pounding the snot out of people and things on the ground. The A-10 excels at this. Yep, NICE is right! And the Air Farce is once again trying to get rid of the Hogs! Idjits… If I was in the USAF, I'd want to fly the hog. They are like the B-52, they won't be out of date for 50 years. However the USAF doesn't get it. The hog is zexy. What they need, is an A10 pilot to make is way up the chain…or somebody who had their but saved by one. Comments are closed.