AFTI F-16

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    F-16 AFTI preserved at the experimental and research facility of WPAFB on April 8th, 2004. The aircraft was retired from active service on February 11th, 2001, after completing its last R&D task in the JSF program. [Photo by Dennis Bixby]
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    F-16 AFTI is standing between two other X-planes being the X-29 on the left side and the XB-70 on the right side on April 8th, 2004. [Photo by Dennis Bixby]
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    3/4 rear view of the F-16 AFTI with its neighbour, the XB-70 'Valkery' clearly visible on April 8th, 2004 at WPAFB. [Photo by Dennis Bixby]
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    Front view of the F-16 AFTI on April 8th, 2004. Here you can clearly see the protruding 'bullets' near the fuselage. [Photo by Dennis Bixby]
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    F-16 AFTI info panel at WPAFB museum. [Photo by Dennis Bixby]
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    Left tail of the F-16 AFTI on April 8th, 2004. You can see that the rear RWR antenna is missing from the back of the tailcone. These antennae were only installed on production airframes. [Photo by Dennis Bixby]
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    Right tail of the F-16 AFTI on April 8th, 2004. Clearly visible is the JSF logo on the tail. A research program for the JSF development was the last assignment for this aircraft. [Photo by Dennis Bixby]
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    F-16A AFTI #75-0750 at the USAF museum on June 20th, 2004 with the XB-70 to the right. [Photo by Jon Somerville]
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    Nosewheel door detail of F-16A AFTI #75-0750 at the USAF museum on June 20th, 2004. [Photo by Jon Somerville]
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    F-16A AFTI #75-0750 at the USAF museum on June 20, 2004 with the X-29 in the background, note the same main gear used as on the F-16. [Photo by Jon Somerville]
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    Detail of the right wing root extension of F-16A AFTI #75-0750 at the USAF museum on June 20, 2004. [Photo by Jon Somerville]
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    F-16A AFTI #75-0750 at the USAF museum on June 20, 2004. Note the camera mount near the aft of the fuselage. [Photo by Jon Somerville]