Belgian Air Force F-16s

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    BAF F-16A block 10 (original) #FA-48 part of the 10th wing ready for e new mission at Kleine-Brogel AB in March of 2002. The airframe was scrapped in February of 2005. [Photo by Dirk A. Geerts]
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    BAF F-16A block 10 #FA-49 from 349 sqn has "half a century" markings applied to it at Beauvechain AB in March of 1996. [Photo by Dirk A. Geerts]
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    BAF F-16A block 10 #FA-49 goes into storage at Weelde AB in October of 2003. [Photo by Dirk A. Geerts]
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    BAF F-16A block 10 #FA-50 from 350 sqn has "half a century" markings applied to it at Beauvechain AB in March of 1996. [Photo by Dirk A. Geerts]
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    BAF F-16A block 10 (original) #FA-55 from the 2nd wing has the 'FS' tail code applied when spotted at Florennes AB in September of 2001. [Photo by Dirk A. Geerts]
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    BAF F-16AM #FA-58 is spotted with smokewinders attached to the wings at Koksijde AB in July of 2003. [Photo by Dirk A. Geerts]
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    BAF F-16AM #FA-60 part of the 10th wing has the special "NATO 50" markings at Kleine-Brogel AB in September of 1999. The airframe is stored at Weelde AB since 2004. [Photo by Dirk A. Geerts]
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    Nice black & white picture of BAF F-16A block 5 #FA-20 void of unit markings parked on the tarmac. [Laurent Heyligen collection]
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    BAF F-16A block 5 #FA-20 has the old 349 sqn markings on the tail while parked on a stand in the very early eighties. Note the extended tail housing wasn't installed yet. [Laurent Heyligen collection]
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    BAF F-16A block 5 #FA-24 from 350 sqn is waiting for its driver to start a new mission. This picture was taken not long before it crashed on April 29th, 1985 sadly killing the pilot. [Laurent Heyligen collection]
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    BAF F-16A block 10 #FA-33 wears 350 sqn markings. The aircraft was still with this squadron when it crashed on August 19th, 1986. [Laurent Heyligen collection]
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    BAF F-16A block 15 #FA-59 has the old style 31 sqn markings applied to the tail while waiting for another flight. The paint on this aircraft was not dry before it crashed on September 20th, 1983. [Laurent Heyligen collection]