A 388th Fighter Wing F-16C crashed Jan. 8 while flying a simulated bombing mission over the Utah Test and Training Range near Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah, about 100 miles west of Hill AFB.
Two 388th Fighter Wing F-16s collided in mid-air about 1:30 p.m. today over the Utah Test and Training Range, located 105 miles west of Hill AFB.
An Air Force Reserve F-16C from the 4557th FS "spads", 301st FW, Carswell Air Reserve Station, Texas, crashed at approximately 1:15 p. m. Nov. 6th. The aircraft crashed near Sidney, Texas, about 75 miles west-southwest of Fort Worth. The pilot, Col. Thomas A. Dyches, the second-in-command of the Air Force Reserve, ejected safely. At the time of the accident, the aircraft was part of a two-ship formation performing basic fighter maneuvers. The aircraft was carrying no live weapons.
Two airmen, one a visiting pilot from Britain's Royal Air Force, were killed on wednesday when a training jet (T-38 Talon) crashed after colliding with an F-16 fighter over Edwards Air Force Base.
The pilot of a Greek Air Force F-16 which crashed in the Aegean Sea on Tuesday is still missing and chances to find him alive are very small. `The search is still on but unfortunately the chances of finding the pilot alive are very limited. It is still not know whether he managed to eject. Officials said that four Greek military planes crashed this year, which makes a total of 27 since 1991.
A Greek Air Force F-16 fighter plane crashed on Tuesday in the Aegean Sea during a routine training mission and the pilot is missing.
After two crashes of locally assembled F-16s in the past six weeks South Korea announced the grounding of all its F-16 fighter jets. Their Defense Ministry also said it was forming a special investigation team to probe the local production of the U.S. -designed fighter plane.
A South Korean-manufactured F-16 fighter jet crashed on Thursday south of Seoul but the pilot survived the accident, a South Korean Air Force statement said. It was the second F-16 crash in less than two months.
Two unarmed F-16 Fighting Falcons collided about 60 miles southeast of Atlantic City at 7:55 p.m. (EDT) Sept. 16 during a night recertification training flight.
Two 177FS, NJ ANG F-16 fighter jets collided off the coast of New Jersey on September 16. The accident occurred southeast of Atlantic City and involved one F-16D aircraft, with two pilots aboard, and one F-16C.
South Korea has resumed flights of its 35 F-16s after they were grounded for a month to allow inspections following the crash of an F-16 last month.
An Israeli F-16 fighter plane crashed on Sept 08 in the Negev desert during an instruction flight, injuring two pilots.
The Air Force released the aircraft accident reinvestigation report June 19 on the F-16D/C-130E midair collision at Pope Air Force Base, N.C., March 23, 1994. Twenty-four Army personnel were killed and more than 100 Army personnel and civilians were injured in the accident.
An Air Force F-16C crashed at 9:40 a.m. today approximately five miles north of Vaughn, N.M.
An F-16 Fighting Falcon crashed at approximately 10 a.m. April 21 in an unpopulated area about 7 miles southwest of Pearson, Ga. The aircraft was en route from Moody to Grand Bay Bombing Range during a routine low-level training mission.