The Dynam A-10 Thunderbolt II also known as the Warthog is an American single-seat, twin-engine, straight-wing jet aircraft designed to provide close air support of ground forces. It was the first USAF aircraft designed exclusively for this role. The Dynam A-10 has superb manoeuvrability even at low speeds and altitude, this is due to its large wing area, high wing aspect ratio, and large ailerons. This design also enables short take-offs and landings, allowing it to operate from the smallest and most basic airfields. This model gets power from two Electric Ducted Fan Motors and it comes 90% Ready to Fly. All Servos, receiver and other electronics are preinstalled including electronic retracts from factory. Like all the planes in the Dynam range, the Dynam A-10 is finished in the factory to a high standard and represents an excellent replica of the real aircraft.
The A-10 was used in combat for the first time during the Gulf War in 1991, destroying more than 900 Iraqi tanks, 2,000 other military vehicles and 1,200 artillery pieces, making it by far the most effective aircraft of the war. The Dynam A10 model is typical of the camouflage used during this campaign and more resent desert conflicts blending into the surrounding theatre and being very difficult for an enemy to spot at close range or from the air.
This version of the Dynam A-10 is supplied with a 6 Channel Gavin 6C Digital Radio System that also includes a 7 channel receiver. The transmitter is fully programmable through the inbuilt LED screen and is suitable for airplane, helicopter, and multi-rotor applications.
With a memory that can store up to 30 aircraft setups, the Gavin 6C caters from trainers through to intermediate aircraft applications.