An Aviano F-16 Fighting Falcon #89-2057 reached a major aerial milestone on May 5 surpassing the 7,000 hours flight mark.
Pilots from the Wisconsin ANG's 115th FW in Madison, honed their air-to-air combat training skills along side their naval counterparts from the Strike Fighter Squadron 2 (VFA-2), NAS Lemoore, during a two-week training mission.
An F-16 Fighting Falcon #89-2092 assigned to the 4th EFS, deployed from Hill AFB, Utah, became the "first block 40" F-16 to surpass the 7,000 hour milestone during a recent combat mission in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
The Museum of Aviation will open to the public a permanent Thunderbirds F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft exhibit May 3, the same day the Air Force Thunderbirds aerial demonstration team will perform at nearby Robins AFB.
Chile's government has reached an agreement to buy 18 second-hand F-16 fighter planes from the Dutch government, Defense Minister Fancisco Vidal said on Tuesday, in a deal valued at $270 million.
Through rain or scorching sun, U.S. Air Force maintainers stand ready to support fighter pilots here from the 56th Fighter Wing, at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., during their participation in Balikatan 2009.
February 6 was just another day on the job for Virginia State Police Trooper Kurt Johnson until he happened upon a serious car accident. A mother was screaming for the Trooper to rescue her child, who was in her car seat trapped under the dashboard.
A U.S. F-16 pilot who landed his jet despite losing feeling in his feet and hands is one of the recipients of the 2008 Air Force safety awards.
For the first time in 16 years, U.S. Air Force fighter aircraft will operate out of the Philippines when the annual Balikatan exercise kicks off Thursday, military officials said.
The commander of United States Forces Korea experienced firsthand the Wolf Pack's mission on April 10, 2009.
1st Lt. James Steel has probably heard the phrase "like father, like son," a number of times throughout his Air Force career and after the 63rd Fighter Squadron graduation Saturday, he will no doubt ably hear the phrase even more.
Aircrews from Spangdahlem Air Base and RAF Mildenhall participated in the NATO Baltic Air Sovereignty Training Event April 7 with the air forces of six other nations.
In partnership with the Army's National Training Center, the Air Force's Green Flag West is improving joint integration and warfighting skills of fighter pilots and joint terminal attack controllers.
The Pentagon's effort to develop partner nation air forces is sometimes accomplished one exchange officer at a time, and the Air National Guard is lending one of its best assets to the exchange program – experience.