Israeli Defense Force F-16s

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    Zoom on the Osirak kill marking on IDFAF F-16A block 10 #243 taken at the IDFAF Museum on April 26th, 2004. [Photo by Oren Rozen]
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    IDFAF F-16A block 5 #124 in formation with two USNavy F-14s over the Israeli Negev desert. This F-16 was one of the examples originally ordered by the Shah of Iran, but cancelled and ultimately delivered to Israel. [IDF/AF photo]
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    IDFAF F-16D block 40 #619 from 105 sqn coming in for landing after participating in Red Flag exercise 03-04. [Tailslides photo by Frank van Hemert]
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    IDFAF F-16C block 30 #386 from 110 sqn coming in for landing after participating in Red Flag exercise 03-04. [Tailslides photo by Frank van Hemert]
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    IDFAF F-16C block 30 #355 from 117 sqn swinging in for landing after participating in Red Flag exercise 03-04. [Tailslides photo by Frank van Hemert]
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    IDFAF F-16D block 30 #036 from 109 sqn coming in for landing after participating in Red Flag exercise 03-04. [Tailslides photo by Frank van Hemert]
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    Front view of one of the brand new Israeli F-16I's. [Photo by Carl Richards]
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    IDFAF F-16D block 52 #417 ready for its transfer flight to Israel. [Photo by Carl Richards]
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    IDFAF F-16D block 52 #417 taxiing out for a new test with only the pilot sitting in the pit. [Photo by Carl Richards]
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    IDFAF F-16D block 52 still wearing the Edwards test registration. This should eventually become #401. [Photo by Carl Richards]
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    IDFAF F-16D block 52 #413 prior to touch down after a system test flight. [Photo by Carl Richards]
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    IDFAF F-16D block 52's #415 and #417 together with a Greek example in the background, ready on the runway. [Photo by Carl Richards]