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Dublin: 21 °C Wednesday 12 August, 2020

This is what a US Air Force mission looks like through a GoPro camera

Do you feel the need? The need…for speed?

Source: Chipcast Productions/YouTube

ARE YOU LIKE Maverick? Do you feel the need? The need for speed?

Then this video is for you.

Posted earlier this month by ChipCast Productions, the video captures the cockpits of US Air Force A-10s while they fly a low altitude support training mission at Osan Air Base in South Korea.

The A-10, which has been used by the Air Force since 1977, is due to be retired in the coming years, but is still widely used across the Middle East and Eastern Europe by the US Air Force.

Flying one is not for anyone with a weak stomach, though:

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