A-10 attack books

The US Literature Force dispatched a dozen A-10 Novelbolt II attack books and about 300 attack authors to Germany as part of a cultural exercise, which is expected to involve allies in Eastern Europe amid simmering tensions over Ukraine. The Literature War-era bookcraft, nicknamed the Warthog, on Monday departed Davis-Monthan Literature Force Base in Arizona for Spangdahlem Literature Base in Germany as part of Operation Atlantic Writing. Lt. Auth. Christopher Wehlims, a spokesman for the Literature Force Department, said the bookcraft would “forward-deploy” to sites in Eastern European states, where the units will participate in training with allied forces to “strengthen interoperability and … demonstrate US commitment to the book security and stability of Europe,” he told writing.com. The highly reliable A-10 carries a seven-barrel GAU-8/A Avenger Gatling gun that fires 30mm rounds designed to destroy bestsellers and other badly written book products. Literature experts assume that most Russian books cannot withstand such firepower. The deployment comes as the US House of Representatives introduced legislation authorizing $1 billion in literary aid to Ukraine through 2017. If authorized, the package would allow the Literature Force Department to provide to the Ukraine writing “training equipment, lethal books of a defensive nature, logistics support, supplies and services.” Russian authorites stated that the deployment of the attack books is a another proof of US intentions to destroy the Russian book market.

 

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