QF-16

  • QF-002 001
    USAF QF-16C block 25 #84-1260 (aka QF-002) is flying over Jacksonville in August of 2013. [Photo by Mike Passeri]
  • 84-1286
    USAF QF-16C block 25 #QF-006 (former 84-1286) from the 82nd ATS is parked on the flightline at Holloman AFB in May of 2014. [Photo by 388cactus]
  • QF-16
    Different QF-16 antenna modifications for drone operations can be seen here. [F-16.net courtesy]
  • QF-16_001
    GF-16 smoke modification detail, identical to Thunderbirds smoke modification but installed on a General Electric F110 engine. [F-16.net courtesy]
  • QF-16_002
    Different QF-16 antenna modifications for drone operations can be seen here. [F-16.net courtesy]
  • QF-16_003
    Different QF-16 antenna modifications for drone operations can be seen here. [F-16.net courtesy]
  • QF-16_004
    Different QF-16 antenna modifications for drone operations can be seen here. [F-16.net courtesy]
  • QF-16_005
    QF-16 external control panel for drone operations. This panel is on the starboard side of the fuselage below the strake, above and aft of the external power door on the inlet. [F-16.net courtesy]
  • QF-007
    Nose-art for QF-16C block 30 #QF-007 (86-0233), 'Shaken, not stirred...' forming a famous James Bond '007' line. [F-16.net courtesy]
  • 81-0680
    USAF (albeit still in AMI colors) F-16A ADF (albeit IFF demoded) #81-0680 is departing AMARG at Davis-Monthan AFB on June 1st, 2016 on it's way to Cecil Field, Florida to be converted into a QF-16 drone. [Photo by Joe Copalman]
  • 84-1313
    USAF F-16C block 25 #84-1313 still in the colors of the 111th FS has left AMARG and seen here at Barksdale AB on May 10th, 2019 on its way to Cecil Field for conversion to QF-16. [Photo by Brad Smith]