US Air Force F-16s

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    F-16C #84-1292 flying into the sun. Armament fit is two Sidewinders and two Amraams. [Photo by Scott Melgrew]
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    Night Falcon, or the F-16C #85-1446 which is an block 30 made to look like a block 40 as a demonstrator. Note the Lantirn pods on the chin stations. [LMTAS photo]
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    USAF F-16C block 50 #91360, one of the first F-16C Block 50's to be built [LMTAS photo]
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    A USAF F-16 carrying 4 Clusterbombs on the outer wing hardpoints, and 2 AIM-9s for self defence on the wingtips [USAF photo]
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    A USAF F-16C with asymetric load lining up with a tanker [Photo by Robbie Bulens]
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    Close formation flying by a USAF F-16A and a USMC F-18. [USAF photo]
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    A six-ship F-16 formation over the coast [USAF photo]
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    Thunderbird F-16C at dusk [USAF photo]
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    USAF F-16C 89-2030 block 40/42 510th FS caught on a rainy day. Note the large GEC-Marconi HUD optimised for night operations and the 11 bomb markings under the canopy [USAF Photo by Senior Airman Stan Parker]
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    Viper driver detail in a 523rd FS F-16D over the Persian Gulf in May of 1998. [Photo by Greg L. Davis]
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    Note the wide opened brakes and the closed engine nozzle showing the aircrafts low energy level just before touch-down. Also look at the landing gear of this F-16D leaping inwards when extracted [USAF photo]
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    Nose art on USAF F-16C bock 40 #89-2001. Note the bomb icons just under the canopy. [USAF photo]
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    That's me in the wing commander aircraft's cockpit. (Block 40) These pictures were taken at CIAF2002, Hradec Králové, Czech Republic. [USAF photo]
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    USAF F-16C Block 42, equipped with AIM-120 Amraam, AIM-9 Sidewinder, AAQ-13/AAQ-14 Lantirn pods, and ALQ-184 ECM pod [USAF photo]
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    Close-up shot of a USAF F-16 pilot in a block 40/42 F-16C. SSgt. Jeff Anderson is the crewchief of this particular aircraft, as indicated on the starboard canopy rail. [USAF photo]