US Air Force - ANG F-16s

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    USAF F-16C block 25 #84-1225 from the 182nd FS has an AMRAAM on the wingtip showing the picture was taken in the nineties. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 25 #84-1238 from the 163rd FS is armed with an AGM-65 missile for an attack training mission. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 25 #84-1253 part of the 182nd FS is stationned on the tarmac at San Antonio IAP. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 30 #85-1440 from the 175th FS is coming back in from a training mission at Volk Field during Centry Independence '92. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 30 #85-1469 of the 175th FS is parked with opened canopy on the tarmac. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 30 #85-1470 from the 175th FS is parked in the middle of a huge tarmac under a partial cloud cover. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 30 #85-1473 of the 175th FS is being 'loaded' on the tarmac. The aircraft currently still flies with this unit. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 30 #85-1473 with nose art under the tear drop antenna. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 30 #85-1554 of the 174th FS is waiting for its driver to arrive. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 30 #85-1555 seen in better days with the 175th FS. It collided with another F-16 on May 17th, 2004 killing the pilot. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 30 #85-1559 is flying in the colors of the 175th FS when this picture was taken. [Photo by Mike Kopack]
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    USAF F-16C block 30 #85-1563 of the 174th FS is stationned on the tarmac with opened canopy. [Photo by Mike Kopack]