The first new production Block 52 F-16C/D aircraft to incorporate color cockpits was delivered today to the Republic of Singapore Air Force as part of the Peace Carvin III program.
The commander-in-chief of Chile's Air Force ruled out the acquisition of second-hand planes to upgrade the country's fighter fleet, demanding the government buy brand new jets.
Bahrain has signed a contract with the United States to purchase a number of sophisticated air-to-air missiles.
The defense minister of the United Arab Emirates said on Sunday price considerations were still holding up the signing of a deal for the purchase of 80 F-16 fighter planes worth $7 billion from the United States.
Chile will buy 12 to 16 second-hand fighter jets from the United States or France because it cannot afford a squadron of new planes.
InfoValue Computing, Inc. announced that its Simulcast AAR video streaming technology has been selected by Lockheed Martin for use in the U.S. Air Force's next-generation F-16 Mission Training Centers.
Four new Block 40 F-16Cs marked the start of new deliveries of the Fighting Falcon in ceremonies over the weekend for the Egyptian Air Force.
Poland's planned purchase of some 60 modern fighter jets will be delayed by meager state finances, with the last aircraft not entering service for around 10 years.
Maj. Michael Lee, of the 93rd FS at Homestead AFB in Florida, is the winner of the 1999 Joe Bill Dryden Semper Viper Award.
Israel's airforce said on Tuesday it had succeeded in using F-15 fighter jets to refuel F-16 warplanes.
U.S. Commerce Secretary William Daley, who is on a tour of Middle Eastern states, said on Sunday that he expected a long-delayed deal to sell 80 F-16 warplanes to Gulf Arab ally the United Arab Emirates would be completed.
Flight tests of the first Northrop Grumman production LITENING II Precision Attack Targeting Systems began on Sept. 29 at Edwards Air Force Base, under the auspices of the U.S. Air Force Reserve Command and Air National Guard.
Anyone who has ever fired a weapon, either recreationally or as part of their job, knows where you look through the sights is where you hit a target.
It's exactly the same for combat aircraft.
Boeing and Lockheed Martin said the Chilean military was shopping for fighter jets, reviving plans it shelved last year, when the country was heading for a painful economic slump. The U.S. -based aircraft makers apparently submitted proposals three weeks ago to sell Chile about a dozen Lockheed F-16s or Boeing F-18s.
The governments of Israel and the United States signed a Letter of Offer and Acceptance (LOA) on Sept. 10 providing for Israel's purchase of 50 new Lockheed Martin F-16 aircraft. The agreement follows Israel's July selection of the advanced F-16I as its new fighter.