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The U.S. military has deployed a dozen of A-10 ground-attack planes to the air base at Incirlik in southern Turkey, a U.S. official said on Tuesday, according to Agence France-Presse.

The 12 planes, famed for their tank-destroying capabilities, arrived over the weekend and have already been scheduled to fly missions in support of the U.S.-led coalition fighting Islamic State jihadists in Iraq and Syria, the official told AFP.

Speaking on condition of anonymity, he said the move had "added capability" to the coalition's efforts against IS.

Known by troops on the ground as "Warthogs," A-10 planes are heavily strengthened and designed to withstand direct hits from armor-piercing rounds.

The planes typically fly lower and slower than F-16s, which also puts them more in harm's way.

"There's more significant risk than other aircraft due to the flight path they typically fly," the official said.

It wasn't immediately clear if the U.S.-led coalition has already used A-10s during its bombing campaign of IS jihadists, which has been going on for more than a year............

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In the county of Cambridgeshire this morning fell deck fighter F / A-18 Hornet.

It is reported by the BBC and Russia, citing a source in the police county.

It is noted that single fighter took off from the British Royal Air Force base at nearby Suffolk Leykenhed, which is also used by the US military.

The representative of the US Air Force said the incident is under investigation.

Aviation Enthusiast Roger Smith added that this was part of the fighter aviation group US Marine Corps, who returned to the United States after a trip to the Middle East. The aircraft arrived at the base Leykenhed last weekend, on Wednesday morning flights performed four cars.

According to reports from the crash, firefighters had to fight the fire because the fire happened.

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