US Air Force - AFMC F-16s

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    An overview of the Lackland AFB Medina Annex where F-16s #78-0062, #78-0069, #79-0332, #79-0334, #79-0360, #80-0511 and #80-0526 are used as training tools. [Photo by Eric Renth]
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    Our new friends at the pentagon gave us this pretty girl to put on display to honor our veterans at the Dallas VA. This is former USAF F-16A block 10 #79-0371. [Photo by Erik Sanders]
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    USAF F-16B block 1 #78-0097 explodes, sending debris and shrapnel into the air on August 19th on the Eglin AFB range. The explosion was a static test of the flight termination system to be used in the QF-16. The purpose was to demonstrate that the FTS design will be sufficient to immediately terminate the flight of a QF-16 as well as determine a range safety debris footprint. [USAF photo by Samuel King Jr.]
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    An explosion ripped the F-16B block 1 #78-0097 into two pieces and scattered debris across the Eglin AFB range on August 19th. The explosion was a test of the flight termination system to be used in the QF-16. The purpose was to demonstrate that the FTS design will be sufficient to immediately terminate the flight of a QF-16 as well as determine a range safety debris footprint. [USAF photo by Samuel King Jr.]
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    USAF F-16D block 25 #85-1515 from the 416th FLTS taxis from the parking area at Edwards for its final mission on September 30th, 2010. This aircraft is the last standard block 25 to be retired from use with the 412th Test Wing and was flown to Davis-Monthan AFB for retirement. The pilot for the final flight was Maj. Andy Martin with Mr. Tim Kjonegaard, Flight Test Engineer, in the back seat. [USAF photo by Greg L. Davis]
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    Maj. Gen. David J. Eichhorn takes a last look at Edwards AFB from above on his final proficiency flight in F-16D block 40 #89-2169 on October 4th, 2010. General Eichhorn heads to his next assignment at Kirtland AFB, where he will serve as the Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center commander. [USAF photo by Greg L. Davis]
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    USAF F-16D block 50 #90-0835 from the 416th FLTS hangs in the Benefield Anechoic Facility to undergo testing at Edwards AFB on August 19th, 2004. The BAF is the largest anechoic facility in the world. [USAF photo]
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    USAF F-16D block 50 #91-0465 from the 40th FLTS (but still in the colors of the 39th) performs low level pass during the 75th Anniversary Air Show on April 11th, 2010. [Photo by Dick Jenkins]
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    USAF F-16B block 10 #80-0634 from the 416th FTS is parked on the flightline in the early nineties. [F-16.net photo]
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    USAF F-16C block 25 #83-1163 from the 40th FLTS - with blue instead of red diamond - is taking off from NAS Fort Worth on November 19th, 2008. [Photo by Scott Fisher]
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    USAF F-16A block 15 #80-0557 from the 6512th TS was the prototype MSIP (Multi Stage Improvement Program) III block 25 jet. A block 15 converted to a bock 25. I (photographer) crewed this aircraft for a week when the jet was TDY at Luke AFB for testing in late 1987. [Photo by Kevin Patrick]
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    USAF F-16A block 15 #81-0688 from the 6516th TS is seen at Luke AFB in the mid eighties. [Photo by Kevin Patrick]