Royal Norwegian Air Force F-16s

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    RNoAF F-16A block 10 #287 is void of unit markings when stationed on the tarmac at Karup AB on June 4th, 1985. [Photo by Skymaster]
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    RNoAF F-16A block 10 #293 from 332 skv is stationed on a dispersal at Karup AB on June 4th, 1985. [Photo by Skymaster]
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    RNoAF F-16A block 15 #679 from 331 skv is parked on the tarmac at Karup AB on June 4th, 1985. The aircraft crashed on March 14th, 1988. [Photo by Skymaster]
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    RNoAF F-16A block 15 #679 from 331 skv is parked on the tarmac at Karup AB on June 4th, 1985. The aircraft crashed on March 14th, 1988. [Photo by Skymaster]
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    RNoAF F-16AM #687 is spotted here in the static display at Skrydstrup AB on June 11th, 2006. [Photo by Erik Frikke]
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    RNlAF F-16A block 10 #J-242 has arrived at the RNoAF Training Centre at Kjevik AB and is being 'Norwegianized'. It receives Norwegian colors and is reequiped with the drag chute tail of crashed F-16 #712. It is used as an instructional aircraft and being renumbered #242. [Photo by Nils Mosberg]
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    RNoAF F-16A block 15 #659 from Esk. 334 is taking off from Aalborg AB during an out-of-area FWIT exercise on February 25th, 1998. [Photo by Erik Frikke]
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    RNoAF F-16A block 15 #659 from Esk. 334 is taking off from Aalborg AB during an out-of-area FWIT exercise on February 25th, 1998. [Photo by Erik Frikke]
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    RNoAF F-16A block 15 #666 from Esk. 332 is taking off from Aalborg AB during an out-of-area FWIT exercise on February 25th, 1998. [Photo by Erik Frikke]
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    RNoAF F-16A block 15 #669 from Esk. 334 is parked on the flightline at Aalborg AB on August 6th, 1996. [Photo by Erik Frikke]
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    RNoAF F-16AM #277 from 332 skv is taking off from Kabul AB for a mission over Afghanistan. [Photo by Joost de Raaf]
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    RNoAF F-16AM #667 has its braking chute deployed after arriving at Kabul AB from a mission over Afghanistan. [Photo by Joost de Raaf]