F-16 Aircraft Database

F-16 Aircraft Names in the United States Air Force

Found 484 aircraft, displaying 1-15 [Sorted by USAF FY/n]
Local S/N AF/Unit Aircraft Name Marked Date Details
78042 78-0042 "City of Montgomery" May 1994 Details
Dannelly Field, Alabama (BDR)
78053 78-0053 "City of Wenatchee" "35 FW" Sep 1999 Details
Located at Misawa AB, Japan. Not accessible by the pubic. The name of City of Wenatchee was put on the base of the tail.
78059 78-0059 "Miss Majestic" Sep 1994 Details
Selfridge ANG Museum, Michigan.
79327 79-0327 "By Request II" "302 FS" 11 Jul 2006 Details
Mounted on pedestal on July 11th, 2006 but unveiled during a dedication ceremony August 2nd, 2006. Painted in World War II Tuskegee colours.
79380 79-0380 "City of Cincinnati" May 1996 Details
Moody AFB, Georgia
79402 79-0402 "Little Precious" 22 Aug 1995 Details
Hill AFB, Utah west gate. In 2017, the aircraft was put on display at the local museum.
81678 81-0678 "Lets Roll" Unknown Details
Still with Thunderbird paint scheme but decal nose art was added just behind the cockpit.
84267 USAF 10 TFS 84-1267 "Feel Lucky?" Jan 1991 Details
Nose art is troll holding an aim-9 over his head with tongue hanging out.
84275 USAF 10 TFS 84-1275 "Widow Maker" Dec 1990 Details
84278 USAF 10 TFS 84-1278 "SPECIAL DELIVERY" Jan 1991 Details
84290 USAF 10 TFS 84-1290 "SPACEMAN SPIFF" Jan 1991 Details
84310 USAF 10 TFS 84-1310 "Sabre One" "10 TFS" Jun 1991 Details
This was the second aircraft to carry the Sabre One nose art. It is the commanders aircraft marked 10 TFS and was seen at the 1991 Paris air show. The art was applied to this aircraft for the Paris show because the first aircraft to receive the markings, 84-1315, was being prepared to go to the 163rd FS. Charles Arroyo was the artist drew both nose art with colored grease pencils. MSGT Charles Arroyo advises one can tell the difference in the nose art by how far the cloak comes down the panel. On aircraft 84-1310 the cloak came to the bottom of the aircraft panel. This aircraft was unable to deploy for Desert Storm.
84315 USAF 10 TFS 84-1315 "Sabre One" "10 TFS/AMU" Dec 1990 Details
This is the original aircraft to wear the 'Sabre One' nose art drawn on with colored grease pencils by USAF Charles Arroy. Sabre One art was also applied to 84-1310, the boss bird, but painted after the war as 84-1310 did not go. MSGT Charles Arroyo advises one can tell the difference in the nose art by how far the cloak comes down the panel. Aircraft 84-1310, the second one drawn, the cloak came to the bottom of the aircraft panel. The first Sabre One cloak didn't come to the bottom so left room for small text of "To the Men And Women of the FIGHTIN' TENTH."
84376 USAF 10 TFS 84-1376 "Aces High" Dec 1990 Details
84377 USAF 10 TFS 84-1377 "Luft J├Ąger" Dec 1990 Details

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Abbreviations and symbols:
[act] Active [i/a] Instructional Airframe [sto] Stored (e.g. at AMARG)
[cld] Cancelled Order [msh] Involved in Mishap [w/o] Write-off
[con] Converted [o/o] On Order
[des] Destroyed (drone) [pre] Preserved (museum, gateguard) T/V LM Aero Type/Version (Construction) number
[emb] Embargoed [scr] Scrapped Photo Available

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