Royal Norwegian Air Force F-16s

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    RNoAF F-16A #673 taking off with Full afterburner [RNoAF photo]
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    Norwegian F-16s are the only F-16s which carry the Penguin anti-ship missile (#293). [RNoAF photo]
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    Two-Ship Royal Norwegian AF F-16A, #664 and #683 formation flying over one of the country's numerous fjords. Note the brake chute fairing - very handy when trying to break on icy runways. [LMTAS photo]
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    Norwegian AF F-16s at Nellis during Red Flag 95-4. Note the ID light mounted on the port forward fuselage. [ photo]
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    Norwegian F-16A in air-to-air configuration, armed with 4 AIM-9 Sidewinders and 2 AIM-120 Amraams, lining up to take on fuel from a USAF tanker. [USAF photo]
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    Norwegian F-16A ready to take on fuel from a USAF tanker. [USAF photo]
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    Norwegian F-16A #672, with a full load of air-to-air missiles (4x Amraam and 2x Sidewinder). Note the ID spotlight just below and in front of the cockpit. [USAF photo]
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    Norwegian F-16A block 15 #662 carrying two Penguin anti-ship missiles and four AIM-9 Sidewinders. Norway is the only airforce to use the Penguin ASM on its F-16s. [RNoAF photo]
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    RNoAF Alpha and Bravo F-16 MLU on a low level sortie [RNoAF photo]
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    RNoAF F-16AM, 285, sitting on the ramp waiting for the next flight, note the special patch on the tail [MilAviationPics photo]
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    RNoAF F-16AM, 293, being towed, note the special tail marking of a bow and an arrow [MilAviationPics photo]
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    RNoAF F-16AM, 674, sitting on the ramp carrying AIM-120, AIM-9 and ALQ-131 [MilAviationPics photo]
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    A Norwegian 331 sqn pilot climbs out of the cockpit of his F-16A at Grazzanise AB, after a CAP sortie during operation 'Allied Force' in 1999. [RNoAF photo]
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    Removing a AIM-120 from a RNoAF F-16A, #672 [Photo by K. Varum]
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    RNOAF F-16BM, #692, taking-off with full AB [Photo by Robert Paulsrud]