US Air Force - AMARC

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    The RNZAF Delegation inspecting the line-up of 28 stored Pakistani F-16s at the Boneyard at Davis Monthan AFB [RNZAF photo]
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    One of the 28 aircraft was uncovered for closer expection (#95627). [RNZAF photo]
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    One of the Pakistan AF F-16s stored at Davis-Monthan AFB. This particular airframe was selected for closer inspection by the RNZAF while considering purchasing the PAF F-16s [RNZAF photo]
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    USNavy F-16A block 15 #90-0943 still wearing the two-tone camouflage of its original customer (Pakistan). [Photo by Steve]
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    USNavy F-16B block 15 #92-0461 still wearing the two-tone camouflage of its original customer (Pakistan). [Photo by Steve]
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    USNavy F-16A block 15 #92-0410 still wearing the two-tone camouflage of its original customer (Pakistan). [Photo by Steve]
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    USAF F-16B block 1 #78-0086 is parked at AMARC here in the colors of the 162nd FW. It was transferred to Israel in 1994. [Michel Klaver collection]
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    Front view of a USAF F-16A which has been stripped and placed on a wooden chock at AMARC. [Photo by Phillip Kovaric]
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    Front view of a USAF F-16A which has been stripped and placed on a wooden chock at AMARC. [Photo by Phillip Kovaric]
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    USAF F-16A block 1 #78-0003 is the oldest viper currently stored at AMARC. It arrived there on September 29th, 1994. [Photo by Phillip Kovaric]
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    USAF F-16A block 1 #78-0007 is still adorned with the colors of the 416th TS. It arrived at AMARC on September 27th, 1994. [Photo by Phillip Kovaric]
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    USAF F-16A block 1 #78-0008 hasn't been stored at AMARC for a very long time. It only arrived there on April 28th, 2000 after serving the 162nd TFG well. [Photo by Phillip Kovaric]