Egyptian Air Force F-16s

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    Formation of the first two Peace Vector I F-16A Block 15's (#9301 and #9302) over the Gisa pyramids [LMTAS photo]
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    Egyptian F-16C Block 40 aircraft (#9969), painted with bright day-glo orange patches on tails and wings to distinguish them from F-16s from neighbouring countries. [Egypt AF photo]
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    A five-ship formation of Egyptian AF F-16C block 40s (#9981, #9969, #9984, #9976, #9973) over the pyramids. These aircraft were delivered from 1994 to 1995 under the Peace Vector IV program. The day-glo panels help distinguish them from F-16s from neighbouring countries. [Egyptian AF photo]
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    EAF F-16C block 40 #9951 and #9969 in clean configuration over the Egyptian coastline [EAF photo]
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    Egypt AF #9501 [LMTAS photo]
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    Egypt AF #9951 & #9952 [LMTAS photo]
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    Egypt AF #9502 [LMTAS photo]
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    Egypt AF #0086, reserialled as #9711 [LMTAS photo]
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    Egypt AF #1333, reserialled as #9502 [EAF photo]
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    Egyptian 5-ship, including #9901, banking [LMTAS photo]
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    The 4000th F-16 delivered by Lockheed was F-16C #0103 for the Egyptian Air Force. This was only a pre-delivery serial based on the FY allocation (96-0103). It was reserialled 9728. [Lockheed Martin photo]
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    Egyptian AF F-16C #93-0525 landing at NAS JRB Fort Worth on June 3rd, 2005. This F-16 crashed on June 12th, 1999 and was sent back to the US for repairs. It was air worthy again by February of 2005. [Photo by Keith Robinson]