US Air Force - AETC F-16s

  • 79-0329
    USAF F-16A block 10 #79-0329 from the 63rd TFTS is parked inside a hangar at McDill AFB in the mid eighties. [Dennis Cole collection]
  • 87-0335
    USAF F-16C block 30 #87-0355 from the 63rd TFTS is parked on the tarmac with some sisterships at McDill AFB on October 3rd, 1989 right after delivery. The aircraft was written-off in an accident on July 27th, 1993. [USAF photo]
  • 85-1407
    USAF F-16C block 25 #85-1407 from the 309th FS is touching down on the runway with brakes opened after a training sortie. [Photo by Alain Pigeard]
  • 88-0434
    USAF F-16C block 42 #88-0434 of the 308th FS is on display at the 2009 Ellsworth Open House in South Dakota on May 31st, 2009. [Photo by Gary Chambers]
  • 314FS
    An F-16 from the 314th FS taxis toward its new home in the hangars of Holloman AFB on June 16th, 2015. Luke AFB has transferred the 54th Fighter Group, which consists of two squadrons in order to conduct their F-16 training in Holloman’s airspace. [USAF photo by SrA. Chase Cannon]
  • 314FS_001
    An F-16 from the 314th FS taxis toward its new home in the hangars at Holloman AFB on June 16th, 2015. The 308th FS and their F-16s have moved their base of operations to Holloman as a tenant unit, along with other squadrons from the 54th Fighter Group. The 54th Fighter Group will be activating the 314th FS with the 12 F-16s that has been transferred to Holloman. In March of 2014 the 54th Fighter Group was activated at Holloman. The 314th FS is the second squadron to transfer from Luke. [USAF photo by SrA. Chase Cannon]
  • 308FS
    Six F-16s sit on the flight line at Holloman AFB on June 16th, 2015. The 308th FS and their F-16s have moved their base of operations to Holloman as a tenant unit, along with other squadrons from the 54th Fighter Group. The 54th Fighter Group will be activating the 314th FS with the 12 F-16s that has been transferred to Holloman. In March of 2014 the 54th Fighter Group was activated at Holloman. The 314th FS is the fourth squadron to transfer from Luke. [USAF photo by SrA. Chase Cannon]
  • 308FS_001
    An F-16 undergoes a post flight inspection before taxing into its new home at Holloman AFB on June 16th, 2015. Luke AFB has transferred the 54th Fighter Group, which consists of two squadrons, in order to conduct their F-16 training in Holloman’s airspace. [USAF photo by SrA. Chase Cannon]
  • 54FG
    F-16s taxi toward their new hangars after being transferred as a new tenant unit to Holloman AFB on June 16th, 2015. The 54th Fighter Group will be activating the 314th FS with the 12 F-16s that have been transferred to Holloman. In March of 2014, the 54th Fighter Group was activated at Holloman. The 314th FS is the fourth squadron to transfer from Luke. [USAF photo by SrA. Aaron Montoya]
  • 54FG_001
    Two of the twelve F-16s departing from Luke AFB arrive in formation and prepare to taxi toward their new homes at Holloman AFB on June 16th, 2015. The 54th Fighter Group will be activating the 314th FS with the twelve F-16s that have been transferred to Holloman. In March of 2014, the 54th Fighter Group was activated at Holloman. The 314th FS is the second squadron to transfer from Luke. [USAF photo by SrA. Aaron Montoya]
  • 308FS_002
    F-16s from the 308th FS taxi toward their hangars as a new tenant unit at Holloman AFB on June 16th, 2015. Luke AFB has transferred the 54th Fighter Group, which consists of two squadrons in order to conduct their F-16 training in Holloman’s airspace. [USAF photo by SrA. Aaron Montoya]
  • 314FS_002
    Six of the twelve F-16s from Luke AFB arrive at Holloman AFB and taxi toward their new hangars on June 16th, 2015. The 308th FS and their F-16s have moved their base of operations to Holloman as a tenant unit, along with other squadrons from the 54th Fighter Group. The 314th FS will be soon be activated so they can continue their training mission at Holloman. [USAF photo by SrA. Aaron Montoya]