The surface-to-air missile that hit the belly of Lt. Col David Goldfein's F-16 in May 1999 came from an unexpected source.
The Thunderbird F-16s are scheduled for a flyby over the Dolphin Stadium during Super Bowl XLI Feb. 4 over Miami while other F-16s will be patrolling the no-fly zone.
Turkish F-16s were intercepted five times by Greek military jets on January 8th while flying in international airspace over the Aegean Sea, according to the Anatolian Times.
Two Israeli F-16s were involved in an armed incident last Monday with a German ship patrolling Lebanon's waters as part of the UN force in the Arab country.
Three years after its introduction, the Israeli Python 5 air-to-air missile finally got its first combat kill. This happened on August 7th, when an Israeli F-16 was sent to shoot down a Hizbollah UAV off the coast.
Dutch F-16s escorted a Northwest Airlines flight bound for India back to Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport on Wednesday, and authorities later detained twelve passengers for questioning.
A British passenger plane to Egypt diverted to a southern Italian airport Friday after the pilot reported that a bomb was suspected to be on board, Italian aviation officials said.
Dutch F-16 jets saw action last week in Afghanistan's southern Helmand province in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
A U.S. Air Force F-16 fighter, providing nontraditional intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance support to coalition ground forces, killed a member of an improvised explosive device cell and identified an IED emplacement yesterday near Baqubah, Iraq, U.S. Central Command Air Forces officials reported today.
When Air traffic controllers failed to establish radio contact with a Boeing 737 on its way from Bulgaria to Belfast, two F-16s from Leeuwarden AB were scrambled.
Al Qaeda leader in Iraq Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, blamed for the beheading of foreign captives and the death of hundreds in suicide bombings, has been killed in a F-16 raid north of Baghdad.
Today could be the twenty-fifth anniversary of a nuclear Iraq. Instead it marks the date of one of the most daring and controversial military actions in modern history.
Two F-16 fighter jets were scrambled when an Israeli parachutist carried away by the wind accidentally drifted toward Israel's top secret nuclear research centre near the southern town of Dimona in the Negev desert late Monday afternoon.
During Turkish Armed Forces Sea Lion 2006 maneuvers, TUAF F-16s got into a dog fight with Greek Mirages.
A passenger who claimed to have a bomb aboard a United Airlines flight was subdued by passengers as the California-bound plane was diverted to Denver International Airport. Two F-16 fighter jets from Buckley Air Force Base scrambled to escort the plane.