Iraqi Air Force F-16s

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    Lockheed Martin successfully completed the first flight of the inaugural F-16D block 52 #1601 (RB-01) for the Iraq Air Force on May 2nd, 2014. At the control is Paul 'Bear' Randall, and backseat Bill 'Gigs' Gigliotti. [Lockheed Martin photo by Liz Kaszynski]
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    Lockheed Martin successfully completed the first flight of the inaugural F-16D block 52 #1601 (RB-01) for the Iraq Air Force on May 2nd, 2014. At the control is Paul 'Bear' Randall, and backseat Bill 'Gigs' Gigliotti. [Lockheed Martin photo by Liz Kaszynski]
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    IqAF F-16D block 52 #1601 is coming in for landing at NAS Fort Worth on May 14th, 2014 after performing a testflight. [Photo by Carl Richards]
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    IqAF F-16D block 52 #1601 is coming in for landing after a test test flight at NAS Fort Worth on May 16th, 2014. [Photo by Keith Snyder]
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    The Republic of Iraq's first F-16 on display at Lockheed Martin's Fort Worth, Texas, facility. [Lockheed Martin photo]
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    The first F-16 for the Iraqi Air Force was delivered in ceremonies at the Lockheed Martin facility in Fort Worth on June 5th, 2014. This aircraft, a two-seat F-16D block 52 (Iraqi serial number 1601) is the first of thirty-six F-16s for the reconstituted Iraqi Air Force. [Photo by Angel DelCueto]
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    IqAF F-16D block 52 #1602 made its first flight from NAS Fort Worth on July 22nd, 2014. [Lockheed photo by Carl Richards]
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    IqAF F-16D block 52 #1601with drag chute deployed after a test flight at NAS Fort Worth. [Photo by Carl Richards]
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    IqAF F-16D block 52 #1603 is coming in for landing at NAS Fort Worth on September 17th, 2014. [Photo by Zane Adams]
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    IqAF F-16D block 52 #1603 is performing its first flight on September 17th, 2014. [Photo by Seadogg]
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    IqAF F-16C block 52 #1607 has just left the runway at NAS Fort Worth for a test flight on November 24th, 2014. [Photo by Zane Adams]
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    Lt. Col. Julian Pacheco and Iraqi air force Captain Hama land IqAF F-16D block 52 #1602 on December 16th, 2014 at Tucson IAP. Due to the current security situation in Iraq the IAF pilots will complete their training in their own aircraft in the US. [USAF photo by SrA. Jordan Castelan]