Jumped the chocks during a hot oil servicing run at Eielson AFB, Alaska and slid 400ft sideways across the ramp on hard packed snow. The aircraft ended up in a balancing act on its nose and starboard wing on the ground and port landing gear in the air. The aircraft was fixed, although there was extensive damage. A ground crew member in the cockpit was fine. A few years later, the aircraft ended up in the exact same position after being tipped over by the engine exhaust of a taxying B-1B.
Tipped over on its side again this time while taxiing before take off for a Red Flag North sortie. During taxi roll the aircraft wandered behind a B-1B which was spooling up to move out onto the runway. The exhaust of the four engines on the B-1 was powerful enough to blow the aircraft up on two wheels on its right side. This aircraft had previously been on its same side when it went out of control just a few years earlier on February 6, 2003. Just like before the aircraft will be repaired. It is unclear yet if the B-1 applied too much thrust for ground taxiing or the F-16 was out of position.