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Incredible Close-Up Footage of A-10 Buzzing A Lucky Man

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A lucky individual was buzzed by an A-10, and shot incredible footage during the spectacle (foxtrotalpha.jalopnik.com) Plus d'info...

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zennermd
zennermd 9
First off, what a treat that must have been!!!! Secondly, I like how the pilot flew off center to the plane and person. Shows good thinking and situational awareness if you ask me.
madison41
Ray Dahl 4
I was standing by a deserted highway in central Nevada stretching when two F4s came up behind me in burner at perhaps a hundred feet. They got me good!
ncpilot
ncpilot 2
I was standing on top of a 12 12 pitched tin roof when an F-4 came over me at about 20' in burner. Had to be near the speed of sound since I did not hear it coming from behind me. Odd cold feeling in the air until overhead and then the glorious sound. Had to freeze position to avoid falling.
ncpilot
ncpilot 2
Sorry, meant to say 200'.
Locket3
Tom Lull 1
Route 50, A little East of Fallon.???
Locket3
Tom Lull 4
Nice show - however, not too many around who can remember the sound signature of a single R-3350 at full 72" water-injection MAP, on an A-1J Skyraider, carrying it's own weight in ordnance, and the 13.5 foot prop clearing the way. It's primal.
teepsjr
Thomas Manning 1
Being a Spad Driver I can relate to your post. VA-196 The Main Battery.
mark960
mark960 3
Reminds me of my A-10 experience. My wife and I were motoring our sailboat in the ocean just south of Long Island. No one else in sight. I saw a A-10 coming at us on the deck maybe 20-50' above the water. I don't know what possessed me, but I decided to moon him as he passed by. I guess I got his attention, and he decided to come by and do a couple more passes. He was so close, I could read his name on his helmet. Took me a week to wipe that smile from my face.
paul8626
Paul Smith 2
Great aircraft, best at its job. But the powers that be want to scrap it.
jkudlick
Jeremy Kudlick 2
I know this isn't 100% accurate, but "Dammit, Maverick!"
jameshollich
James Hollich 2
I would entitle this footage "The last thing an enemy sees before the gatling gun lets loose!"
sullivanmanagementconsulting
While on the rivers and when transiting along SVN we were tasked to kill the IFF. Fortunately, our guys followed procedure and did visuals. One has more respect for F-4's and P-3's at mast height.
DavidStrafuss
David Strafuss 1
Very, very cool!
otnielocampo
Otniel Ocampo 1
Goose pumps all over!!! I fell in love with this bird back in 1998, when Sierra Game Developer made the "Tank Killer Thunderbolt II. No wonder ISIS runs for the bunkers when facing one of these. I would never like to be on the targeting sights of this aircraft!!!
sparkie624
sparkie624 -2
Nice video, but I don't agree with the title.. Everything looked safe and was not really that close. He may be a lucky man, but not because of this A-10
colifis
Colin Fisher 9
He's lucky because he got to see the Warthog up close, not because he almost died.
Ruger9X19
Ruger9X19 5
Saw an A-10, didn't die. #nottheenemy

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