U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa officials released the results of their investigation into the January 28 crash of F-16C block 40 #88-0510 over the Adriatic Sea, resulting in the death of the pilot Capt. Lucas Gruenther.
Air Force officials announced the results of accident investigation of F-16D block 42 #88-0165 Fighting Falcon yesterday.
A Chilean F-16A block 20 crashed landed at Antofagasta’s Cerro Moreno International Airport (ANF) in Northern Chile today during the early hours. One of the tires blew out during takeoff forcing the pilot - who is unharmed - to make an emergency landing.
An F-16C pilot killed in an April crash near Bagram Air Field in Afghanistan was flying low and didn’t see the mountains in his flight path because of bad weather, according to a recently completed investigation.
Two F-16C Falcon single seat aircraft, assigned to the 121 FS, D.C. Air National Guard, were involved in a mid-air collision August 1, 2013.
An Israeli F-16I 'Sufa' on a training flight crashed into the Mediterranean Sea, some 50 km off the coast of the Gaza Strip, on Sunday. Both crew were able to eject safely.
An F-16 fighter jet with the 309th Fighter Squadron crashed shortly before 19:00hrs in a field just west of the base. There were two pilots on board. Both safely ejected and have been recovered. Neither pilot was injured.
A RoCAF F-16A block 20 crashed into the sea off the coast of Southern Taiwan, around 14.00h local time today, during a training flight. The pilot ejected and was rescued.
Turkish rescue teams have found the wreckage of a Turkish Airforce F-16C block 50 which crashed close to the Syrian border.
The pilot Lt. Hamza Gümüşsoy ejected, but did not survive.
A series of pilot errors resulted in an F-16 (#87-0315
) crashing in remote eastern California during a December training mission, according to an Air Force report released Tuesday.
Air Force officials have confirmed a Shaw AFB F-16 Fighting Falcon pilot was killed April 3, after his aircraft crashed in Afghanistan returning to base from a close air support mission.
A US Air Force F-16 has crashed near Bagram Air Field in eastern Afghanistan, killing the pilot, according to the NATO command that oversees day-to-day operations in Afghanistan.
The US Air Force says an F-16C flying from Japan to Alaska last July crashed at sea because of an uncommanded closure of the main fuel shutoff valve hence stopping fuel from reaching the engine.
The body of an Air Force F-16 pilot who went missing during a night training flight late Monday was found Thursday off the coast of Italy, according to statements issued by his family and his unit, the Aviano-based 31st Fighter Wing.
Italian search teams have recovered debris believed to be from a U.S. Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcon that went missing Monday night while flying over the Adriatic Sea, according to the 31st Fighter Wing.