US Navy F-16s

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    One of Top Gun's 8 F-16N (#163269) Aggressors, the only aircraft to wear Marines titles, representing that service's participation in the adversary program. [F-16.net photo]
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    Navy Aggressor F-16N [LMTAS photo]
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    Navy 'bad guy': F-16N #163574 of VF-43, seen at NAS Oceana. [Photo by Keith Snyder]
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    US Navy aggressor: VF-45 'Blackbirds' TF-16N #163281 [Photo by Keith Snyder]
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    US Navy Top Gun F-16A at NAS Fallon, Nevada on a summer evening [Photo by Steven J Titze]
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    PAF F-16A #90945 taken out of AMARC for use with the USNavy [Photo by Marty Swann]
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    One of the embargoed F-16A's, #90-0943, now in service with the U.S. Navy [Photo by F. Krause]
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    An F-16N in a stunning four-tone camo scheme. [USAF photo]
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    A VF-126 F-16N taxis on the flight line in preparation for a mock combat training mission at NAS Miramar on July 1st, 1992 [Photo by LCDR Dave Parsons]
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    One of the latest Navy F-16s. F-16A #90942 was one of the ex-pakistani vipers that were taken into service with the USNavy in 2003. [Photo by LT Steve "Haggis" Sirinek]
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    USNavy F-16N #163576 is parked at NAS Fallon in the celebrety row with a two-toned brown camo. [Tailslides photo by Peter]
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    USNavy F-16A block 15 #92-0410 with 61 code. This is one of the ex-Pakistani aircraft that have been delivered to the NSAWC for dissimilar air combat training in 2003. [Tailslides photo by Peter Steendam]