Hawgsmoke 2010

An A-10C Thunderbolt II from the 442nd Fighter Wings fires its 30mm cannon during a straffing run over the Sayler Creek Bombing Range near Boise, Idaho, Oct. 14 during Hawgsmoke 2010. Air Force Reservists from the wing participated in the event two years after hosting Hawgsmoke 2008 in Salina, Kan. Hawgsmoke is a bienial competition among the U.S. Air Force's A-10 squadrons that tests pilots' bombing, gunnery, navigation and aviation skills. The 2010 competition was hosted by the 124th Fighter Wing, Idaho Air National Guard, at Gowen Air National Guard Base, Idaho. The 124th FW's 190th Fighter Squadron won the competition just as it did in 2008. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lt. Col. David Kurle)

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