I remember the first time I got to see one up close and I got to see a Thunderbolt II because all the warthogs had been given missions and we were only allowed to work on craft that did not have an active mission at AETC bases. It is one of the few air frames that can angle the turboprops in different directions. Most fighter jets the after burner points one direction and that is what you get. The F-35C is likely the first new fighter jet to have a directional afterburner assuming lockheed got that in the revised spec for the F-35's to make them more useful and appealing for export at some point. But tangent aside the warthog name change came because of request for a built in map screen, instead of a paper map. I don't know who set that in motion but I still think the older name is cooler, even if the new consoles are more useful.