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The A-10 Warthog, was the workhorse for Myrtle Beach Air Force Base. Praised by the ground troops during Operation Desert Storm, the Warthog provided valuable close air support.

Nicknamed, "The Warthog", because it wasn't a very "pretty" aircraft, the A-10 was built to fly low and slow. The planes design allowed for it to absord enemy fire with little damage.

The A-10's rotary gun turret, located in nose of the aircraft, fired 30mm armor-piercing shells capable of damaging enemy tanks and armored vehicles.

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