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{{For|a similarly named aircraft|P-47 Thunderbolt}}
{{For|the [[Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare]] variant|A-10 VTOL Variant}}
The '''[[wikipedia:Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II|A-10 Thunderbolt II]]''' is a straight-wing jet aircraft used by the [[United States Air Force]]. It is featured in the ''Call of Duty'' titles, ''[[Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3]]'', ''[[Call of Duty: Black Ops II]]'' and ''[[Call of Duty: Ghosts]]''. It is briefly mentioned in ''[[Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2]]''.
==Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2==
The A-10 Thunderbolt II is briefly mentioned in [[Russo-American War Radio Transmissions|background radio chatter]] throughout the campaign.
==Call of Duty: Modern Warfare: Mobilized==
|name = Call of Duty: Modern Warfare: Mobilized
|image = [[File:A-10 Thunderbolt II MW2DS.png|300px]]
|game = ''[[Call of Duty: Modern Warfare: Mobilized]]''
|used by = [[United States Air Force]]
|weapons = GAU-8 Avenger, unguided rocket pods
|status = Active}}
The A-10 appears in ''Call of Duty: Modern Warfare: Mobilized''.
==Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3==
|name = Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
|image = [[File:A-10 Warthog Scorched Earth MW3.png|300px]]
|game = ''[[Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3]]''
|used by = [[United States Air Force]]
|status = Active
<!--The Luftwaffe also uses it, however the one seen is a USAF variant.-->
|weapons = {{w|GAU-8 Avenger}}, {{w|Mark 80}} (Used by Odin 6-1 and 6-2)
The A-10 appears in the campaign missions "[[Iron Lady]]" and "[[Scorched Earth (Modern Warfare 3)|Scorched Earth]]", in which a [[SOFLAM]] is available to call in strafing runs. Killing nine enemies with the A-10 will award the achievement/trophy [[Nein]].
===Named Planes===
*[[Valkyrie 2-6]]
*[[Odin 6-2]]
*Odin 6-1
The A-10 is a cut pointstreak of ''[[Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3]]''. In game files, it is possible to find several unused quotes from team announcers, indicating that the A-10 Thunderbolt II was planned to appear in multiplayer. In the Wii version, the pointstreak is accessible via modding.
{{Quote|Warthog One-One, acknowledge|Announcer of the [[Private Military Company]]<br>(file named "<tt>PC_KS_hqr_a10_01_r.wav</tt>")[[File:Warthog One-One A-10 unused quote PMC MW3.ogg|noicon]]}}
{{Quote|Solid copy, commencing gun run on your vector|Pilot of the A-10 confirming target location<br>(file named "<tt>PC_KS_a10_inbound_01_r.wav</tt>")[[File:A-10 unused quote PMC MW3.ogg|noicon]]}}
A-10 destroying T-90 MW3.png|An A-10 destroying a [[T-90]] with its GAU-8.
A10 Berlin Modern Warfare 3.png|An A-10 flying over Berlin.
Side view A-10 Iron Lady MW3.png|Side view of the A-10 in Paris.
A10 T Bolt Modern Warfare 3.jpg|An A-10 in "[[Scorched Earth]]".
SOFLAM Scorched Earth MW3.png|SOFLAM, used to send coordinates for a strafing run.
A-10 Scorched Earth MW3.png|An A-10 flies by as the player and [[Team Metal|his team]] rappels.
A-10 pointstreak unused icon MW3.png|An unused pointstreak icon for multiplayer.
*'''[[Nein]]''' (20 [[File:Gamerscore.png|15px]]/ Bronze [[File:Bronze Trophy PS3 icon.png|15px]]) - Kill 9 enemies with A-10 strafing runs in "Scorched Earth".
==Call of Duty: Black Ops II==
|name = Call of Duty: Black Ops
|image = [[File:Warthog Menu Icon BOII.png|300px]]
|game = ''[[Call of Duty: Black Ops II]]''
|used by = [[United States Air Force]], [[SEAL Team Six]]
|weapons = GAU-8 Avenger, unguided rocket pods
|icon = A-10 Thunderbolt II icon BOII.png|300px}}
The A-10 returns in ''[[Call of Duty: Black Ops II]]'' as a [[Scorestreak]] reward named "[[Warthog]]" that executes strafing runs, using its 30mm cannon and rocket pods, around the map multiple times. Upon being called in, the Warthog will perform two to four strafing runs, attacking enemy players within its line of sight. Although difficult to accomplish, it is possible to shoot it down. It has two flares, needing three rockets or [[Black Hat]]s to destroy.
A-10 Warthog BOII.png|An A-10 Warthog seen in the "Welcome to Nuketown 2025" trailer.
Warthog alternate view BOII.jpg|Top view.
A-10 Thunderbolt II side view_BOII.png|Side view
A-10 Thunderbolt II Carrier BOII.png|The A-10 on the map [[Carrier]]
Warthog firing rockets BOII.jpg|An A-10 firing its rockets.
==Call of Duty: Ghosts==
|name = Call of Duty: Ghosts
|image = [[File:A-10 Thunderbolt II model CoDG.png|300px]]
|game = ''[[Call of Duty: Ghosts]]''
|found in = "[[Brave New World]]", "[[Homecoming (Ghosts)|Homecoming]]", "[[Severed Ties]]"
|used by = [[United States Air Force]]<br>[[Ghosts (faction)|Ghosts]]
|weapons = GAU-8 Avenger
|status = Active}}
The A-10 appears in the levels "[[Brave New World]]", "[[Homecoming (Ghosts)|Homecoming]]", and "[[Severed Ties]]". The most major appearance is in "Homecoming", where it can be controlled for a few seconds via the [[A-10 Strafe|Remote A-10 Strafe]]. It is destroyed in the level during the battle.
The A-10 is available in multiplayer. It later appears as the [[Air Superiority (pointstreak)|Air Superiority]] pointstreak. The A-10 also appears on the map [[Collision]] as a [[Field Order]] reward, the [[A-10 Strafe]]. However, there is also a cut streak with the Thunderbolt, the [[A-10]], with audio files in the game.
A-10 Thunderbolt II Homecoming CoDG.png|A-10 flying, in mission "[[Homecoming (Ghosts)|Homecoming]].
A-10 Thunderbolt II HUD CoDG.png|The A-10's HUD.
*'''[[Go Ugly Early]]''' (10 [[File:Gamerscore.png|15px]]/ Bronze [[File:Bronze Trophy PS3 icon.png|15px]]) - A-10 strafe 50 enemies.
{{CoD6 Vehicles}}
{{CoD8 vehicles}}
{{CoD8 Perks}}
{{CoD9 vehicles}}
{{CoD10 Vehicles}}
[[Category:Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Jets]]
[[Category:Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Jets]]
[[Category:Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Cut Pointstreak Rewards]]
[[Category:Call of Duty: Black Ops II Jets]]
[[Category:Call of Duty: Ghosts Jets]]

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