Air Force Afterburner had a strong first season in 2006 with driver Paul Cohen, who would get Afterburner its first World Finals invitation. In late 2006, former motorcycle racer Damon Bradshaw, would take Cohen's place. In Damon's first season, the truck caught on fire twice. Regardless, rookie driver Damon would get Afterburner its second invitation to Las Vegas for the World Finals in 2007. Not surprisingly, Damon would get the award 'Rookie of the Year'. 2008 was another strong season for Bradshaw and the truck, as Damon would get the truck's third invitation to the World Finals. 2009 was probably the Afterburner's best year, as Damon would get the truck its fourth invitation to the World Finals. This time, Damon Bradshaw would get the score of a 36, enough to take the lead and enough to get the Afterburner its first World Finals Freestyle Championship. In 2010, Damon had yet another strong year with the truck. In Dallas, Damon won racing and tore of the front axel in freestyle. Not surprisingly, he got the truck a fifth invitation to the World Finals. He would tie for second with George Balhan and An Escalade. 2011 was Afterburner's final year, and Damon got the truck to the truck to Las Vegas for the sixth and final time. Damon had a strong 2011 season, getting a racing victory in Dallas and dominating San Antonio with four victories over the weekend. In 2012 Damon would go on to drive Monster Energy.
- The truck went through 3 Make changes. Starting as a Chevy Silverado, changing to a GMC Raptor from 2006-2008, and Cadillac Escalade from 2009-2011.
- This would be the only time Monster Jam created a GMC modeled monster truck.