Royal Norwegian Air Force F-16s

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    RNoAF F-16AM #658 from FLO taxies back at Volkel AB during the Tigermeet on October 13th, 2010. [Photo by Maurits Even]
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    RNoAF F-16AM #674 is seen taxiing at Souda AB after a mission over Libya on March 25th, 2011. [NATO courtesy photo]
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    RNoAF F-16AM #668 departs Souda Bay AB during a combat mission over Libya on May 11th, 2011. [RNoAF photo by Lars Magne Hovtun]
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    RNoAF F-16AM #678 is seen before take off from Souda AB during Operation Unified Protector on May 13th, 2011. [RNoAF photo]
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    RNoAF F-16AM #668 prepares to take off from Souda AB during Operation Odyssey Dawn on April 1st, 2011. [RNoAF photo]
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    RNoAF F-16AM #688 stands ready at Souda AB during Operation Unified Protector on May 11th, 2011. [RNoAF photo]
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    RNoAF F-16AM #285 is seen taxiing at Souda AB during Operation Odyssey Dawn on April 1st, 2011. [RNoAF photo]
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    RNoAF F-16AMs #680 & #683 seen at Souda AB during Operation Odyssey Dawn on March 30th, 2011. [RNoAF photo]
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    RNoAF F-16AM #674 at Souda Bay AB during Operation Odyssey Dawn on March 22nd, 2011. [RNoAF photo]
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    RNoAF F-16A block 10 #296 from 332 skv - although without markings - is touching down on the centerline fueltank when the pilot forgot to lower the gear upon landing at Soesterberg AB in October of 1983 during an exchange with USAF's 32nd TFS (F-15 squadron). The aircraft was made a go-around and landed safely with only damage to the fuel tank. The aircraft ultimately crashed on May 22nd, 1990 in Houffalize, Belgium. [Airliners.net photo by Martin Oostdijk]
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    RNoAF F-16AM #686 from FLO is painted as the 2012 display jet, seen blasting off for its first display. [Photo by Sten Arne Bryde Brunsby]
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    RNoAF F-16AM #686 from FLO is painted as the 2012 display jet, seen performing its first display. [Photo by Sten Arne Bryde Brunsby]