July 16, 2021 / Modified jul 20, 2021 2:24 p.m.

With uncertainty around A-10’s future, a look back at its history at Davis-Monthan

Training and refurbishment are part of the plane's history in Tucson.

The Department of Defense is once again trying to retire the A-10, the main plane flown at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. As Christopher Conover reports, the Tucson facility is an integral part of the future of the plane, no matter what the Pentagon decides.

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