F-16 Accidents

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    USAF F-16C block 30 #86-0328 from 332 AEW Montana ANG ran off the runway at Balad AB on July 11th, 2004. [Photo by Magnetass]
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    USAF F-16C block 30 #86-0328 from 332 AEW Montana ANG ran off the runway at Balad AB on July 11th, 2004. [Photo by Magnetass]
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    USAF F-16C block 30 #86-0328 from 332 AEW Montana ANG ran off the runway at Balad AB on July 11th, 2004. [Photo by Magnetass]
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    USAF F-16C block 30 #86-0297 crashed into the Yellow Sea just off South Korea on January 29th, 1989. This picture was taken during the recovery operation. It took about a week to hoist it out. [Photo by SSgt Roberty Czzowitz]
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    USAF F-16A #78044 with its LEF upwards. The pilot [USAF photo]
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    Ejection site for Lt. Louis Davenport who was forced to eject from F-16C #84-1303 on September 22nd, 2003. [Louis Davenport collection]
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    Mix of survival equipment and flight gear, Lt. Louis Davenport who was forced to eject from F-16C #84-1303 on September 22nd, 2003. [Louis Davenport collection]
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    Lt. Louis Davenport who was forced to eject from F-16C #84-1303 on September 22nd , 2003. This is the canopy which split in two upon hitting the ground. Split went right down the centre line. [Louis Davenport collection]
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    Lt. Louis Davenport ejection seat from F-16C #84-1303 which crashed on September 22nd, 2003. Note that the seat cover is open and shows where survival gear can be stored. [Louis Davenport collection]
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    Hole in ground from F-16C #84-1303 crash on September 22nd, 2003. [Louis Davenport collection]
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    Hole in ground from F-16C #84-1303 crash on September 22nd, 2003. [Louis Davenport collection]
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    One of the larger pieces of debris above the ground at the crash site of F-16C #84-1303 which crashed on September 22nd, 2003. [Louis Davenport collection]