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The best ground-attack support fighter jets ever built - the A-10 Thunderbolt “Warthogs” - are falling out of the sky. 

The Air Force brass repeatedly schemes to decommission this low-tech jet. They’ve been blocked by soldiers, pilots, and Congress…so far.

The “Hog” lies at the crux of a high-tech struggle for power. An interagency skirmish that now rapidly descends into a battle fought on a global scale.

Miranda Chase, air-crash savant for the National Transportation Safety Board, and her team dive in. The high-risk stakes mount in the battlespace - and a secret from their past could make them the next target. Miranda may become the spark that ignites a war.

©2019 M. L. Buchman (P)2019 M. L. Buchman

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fascinating

it was a really interesting book I would recommend it for the Techno nerds like myself it's been a female lead character that was so competent and interesting

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Chase is a memorable protagonist

Miranda Chase and her little band continue to solve the big problems in their pursuit of the "Why" behind air disasters. Buchman continues this series begun so well in DRONE. I'm a longtime Buckman fan and I'm really happy to see him taking this turn.