US Air Force - ACC F-16s

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    Two USAF F-16's on a red flag mission on March 29th, 2005. They belong to the 522nd FS and the lead aircraft is #91-0396. [USAF photo by TSgt. Kevin J. Gruenwald]
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    USAF F-16C block 32 #86-0271 is a part of the 64 AS as can be seen on the stunning camo in which this bird is painted. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 32 #87-0269 of the 64 AS with MiG-23 markings. The aircraft was written off on May 18th, 1993 but was wearing the blue Su-27 scheme at that time. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 30 #87-0310 of the 522nd FS is wearing commander markings '27 OG' when parked on the tarmac with stabs down. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 30 #87-0318 belonging to the 522 FS with practice bombs ready for the next flight. Note the dark green ECM pod on the centre-line station. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 32 #87-0323 of the 64 AS and marked: '64 AS'. This aircraft later went on to the USAF Thunderbirds where it still is today. Note the USN A-4 aggressors in the background. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 40 #88-0494 in rare markings of the 309 FS while it was stationed at Shaw AFB for a short period of time after being diplaced from Homestead AFB due to hurricane Andrew and before it was moved to Luke AFB. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 40 #88-0509 of the 421 FS seen here on landing at Hill AFB. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 40 #88-0515 of the 69 FS is made ready for a new training flight and is equiped with a LANTIRN pod on the chin station. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 40 #88-0522 of the 69 FS warming in the sun at Moody AFB for a new assignment. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    Close up of the tail of USAF F-16C #88-0522 of the 69 FS. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 40 #89-2005 belonging to the 69 FS has '347 Wg' markings showing this is the wing commanders bird. [Photo by Mike Kopack]