Yesterday, at 9:05, at Misawa Air Port in Japan, an USAF F-16 caugt fire when it aborted a take off. It overran the end of the runway, made a 180 degrees turn and caught fire.
A 78th Fighter Squadron F-16 crashed July 22 12 miles off the coast of Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Air Combat Command has released the Accident Investigation Boardreport on an incident involving a 20mm F-16 bullet that struck an Air Force civilian September 11, 1997, near Grand Bay Weapons Range in Georgia.
The U.S. Air Force's Air Combat Command has released the Aircraft Accident Investigation Report on the Jan. 8 crash of an F-16 from Hill Air Force Base, Utah, in the Utah Test and Training Range.
An Iowa Air National Guard F-16 aircraft assigned to the 185th Fighter Wing, Sioux City, Iowa, crashed at 10:30 a.m. in northeast Nebraska today.
The pilot of an F-16C fighter was killed April 22 at 8:30 p.m. when his aircraft crashed at a bombing range 15 miles west of Carrizozo, N.M.
A New Mexico Air National Guard F-16C fighter plane crashed into rugged terrain during a training mission, killing the pilot. Two other pilots flying in the same training exercise Wednesday night saw the crash and a fireball.
On March 20th, a ROCAF F-16 disappeared and presumably crashed over the Taiwan strait. There are still no signs of the missing jet and its two pilots.
The body of a pilot had been found in the sea, a day after his F-16 crashed off South Korea. A U.S. military statement said search and rescue personnel found the body of the pilot, whom it did not identify, early on Thursday, some 60 miles west of the South Korean city of Osan.
An F-16 pilot ejected safely before his plane crashed onto a runway during an attempted landing at Hill Air Force Base. The pilot, Lt. Col. John Burgess, was treated at the base hospital for minor injuries.
A pilot assigned to the 51st Fighter Wing, Osan AB (South Korea) is missing following the crash of his F-16 Fighting Falcon, on March 25, over the Yellow Sea, about 60 nautical miles west of Osan. The crash occurred at 8:52 p. m. (5:52 a. m. CST) during a combat training mission.
The ROCAF lost it's first F-16B (#6828) today. It crashed into the ocean near Ma-Kung (Taiwan).
An Air Force investigation report released Tuesday blamed pilot error for the midair collision of two New Jersey Air National Guard F-16 fighter jets off the Atlantic coast last September.
Air Force investigators reported on Thursday that birds and pilot error were responsible for a collision of two military jets over California last year that killed two people.
Corroded engine ducts have been blamed for the loss of two South Korean Lockheed Martin F-16 fighter aircraft last year, according to local media reports quoting defense ministry sources.