Republic of China (Taiwan) Air Force F-16s

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    The first two-seat F-16 for Taiwan (6801) flying over Lockheed's Fort Worth facility. [LMTAS photo]
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    Taiwanese F-16B, #6810, on touchdown. [ROCAF photo]
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    ROCAF F-16A Block 20 #6630, firing am AGM-65 missile [ROCAF photo]
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    Two F-16A Block 20 aircraft on a training mission over the Arizonan desert, seen from the backseat of an F-16B Block 20. These aircraft are operated by the 21st FS 'Gamblers' at Luke AFB on behalf of the Republic of China and are used to train RoCAF pilots [ROCAF photo]
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    Two F-16A Block 20 aircraft on a training mission over Arizona. These aircraft are operated by the 21st FS 'Gamblers' at Luke AFB on behalf of the Republic of China and are used to train RoCAF pilots. These are aircraft no. 3711 and 3721, which are RoCAF #6610 and # 6620. [ROCAF photo]
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    ROCAF F-16A block 20 equipped with AIM-9 Sidewinder, AIM-7 Sparrow, plus Sharpshooter targeting and Pathfinder navigation pods [Photo by Johnstine]
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    ROCAF F-16B block 20, #6811, with heavy load-out including AIM-9, Mk-82 and ALQ-181 ECM pod [Photo by Johnstine]
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    ROCAF F-16A block 20, #6619, parked on the tarmac [ROCAF photo]
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    ROCAF F-16B block 20, #6812, with its crew-chief yelling: 'I wanna go with you' [ROCAF photo]
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    ROCAF F-16B block 20 pulling up sharp after take-off [ROCAF photo]
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    ROCAF F-16s temporary based at Luke AFB with the 21FS, refuelling at a KC-10 [Taiwanairpower.org photo]
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    ROCAF F-16A block 20 with Luke markings of the 21FS [Taiwanairpower.org photo]