US Air Force - ANG F-16s

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    USA F-16C block 40 #88-0479 of the 188th FS being serviced as can be seen under the engine. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 40 #88-0489 from the 188th FS stands guard on the flightline with its pilot on board, ready to leave. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 42 #88-0527 from the 124th FS has been parked in front of the famous red suck zone. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 42 #88-0545 is a part of the 124th FS. Here it is seen wearing early markings for the Iowa ANG. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 42 #89-2004 which was not long with the 112th FS. The photo was taken sometime in 1994 at Toledo, Ohio. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 42 #89-2025 of the 124th FS is equipped with a pair of AIM-9 missiles on the wingtip station. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 42 #89-2034 from the 124th FS is parked on the tarmac in the evening sun. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 42 #89-2037 from the 124th FS is serviced for a new training sortie. Note that the Sidewinder is attached under the wing and the wingtips are clear. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 42 #89-2051 of the 124th FS is shot on a nice and warm summer evening. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 42 #89-2076 of the 124th FS is being covered up for the night. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 42 #89-2079 of the 112th FS sometime in 1994 at Toledo, Ohio. It crashed on January 20th, 1996. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 42 #89-2103 which was not with the 112th FS for long. Seen here in 1994 at Toledo, Ohio before it went to the 308th FS at Luke AFB. [Photo by Mike Kopack]