US Air Force - ANG F-16s

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    USAF F-16A block 15 #81-0682 of the 159th FIS while stationned in front of the maintenance hangar at Jacksonville IAP, Florida. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16A block 1 #78-0009 of the 184th TFG is evidently alone on a huge tarmac. It crashed in collission with another viper on January 24th, 1991 killing the pilot. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16B block 1 #78-0084 from the 184th TFG is ready on the runway for take off. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16B block 5 #78-0100 of the 184th TFG is completely covered up on this sunny afternoon. This viper crashed on July 17th, 2001 killing both pilots. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16A block 10 #79-0340 of the 184th TFG is waiting for tower clearance to get going. [Photo by Mike kopack]
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    USAF F-16B block 5 #79-0411 from the 184th TFG is on the towing bar after finishing a training flight. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16B block 5 #79-0413 of the 184th TFG is parked on a drying tarmac at McConnell AFB, Kansas. The airframe is still active with the 40th FTS. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16B block 10 #79-0420 of the 184th TFG is parked on the concrete at McConnell AFB with the ladder under the cockpit. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16A block 10 #80-0492 belonging to the 184th TFG from Kansas ANG is coming back in after a training sortie. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16A block 15 #80-0562 of the 186th FIS of the Montana ANG 'Big Sky Country' is parked on the flightline at its homebase. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16A ADF #80-0576 from the 119th FIS is parked on the ramp in alert status with 2 Sidewinders attached to the wing tips. The airframe was transferred to Thailand in 2003. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16A block 15 #80-0619 of the 119th FIS adorned with toned down low viz markings is sitting on the ramp with opened canopy ready to go. [Photo by Mike Kopack]