US Air Force - AFMC F-16s

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    F-16C block 42 #88445 from the 416th Flight Test Squadron flies near China Lake Naval Air Weapons Center, Calif., July 8 during a successful AIM-9X test. The Global Power Fighters Combined Test Force here fired the AIM-9X, marking the variant's first guided launch from the aircraft. [USAF photo by Tom Reynolds ]
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    An AFMC viper on a testflight with the new BRU-57 release racks for use on the F-16. [LMTAS photo ]
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    Maj. Don Sheesley, 416th Flight Test Squadron project pilot, releases for the first time ever a 500-pound Joint Direct Attack Munition. In support of real-world operations, testers from the Global Power Fighters Combined Test Force here performed accelerated testing to equip the F-16 with a 500-pound JDAM, or GBU-38, that was completed July 16. [Photo by Jim Shryne ]
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    USAF F-16C block 30 #86359 is used to test the new F110-GE-132 engine for the block 60 version of the viper. [LMTAS photo ]
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    USAF F-16A block 10 #79-0402 is currently preserved as a gate guard at Hill AFB. [Photo by William Gilson]
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    F-16s line up on the runway while testers prepare the aircraft for the High-Speed Anti-Radiation Missile, or HARM, Targeting System test mission. The HARM Targeting System, or HTS, is a pod designed to aid the pilot when targeting the AGM-88 that seeks out and destroys surface-to-air missiles. The missions were performed back-to-back Aug. 10 and 11. [Photo by Tom Reynolds ]
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    USAF F-16C block 42 #88445 flying over the vast air range that surrounds Edwards AB. [Photo by Courtesy]
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    USAF F-16C block 30 #86-0359 of the 416th FLTS banking away from the camera. [USAF photo]
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    USAF F-16C block 30 #86-0359 of the 416th FLTS in clean configuration. [USAF photo]
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    USAF F-16C block 30 #86-0359 of the 416th FLTS adorned with nose art. [USAF photo]
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    Major Matt Roberson, an F-16 pilot assigned to the 85th TES at Eglin AB, watches his AGM-88 high-speed antiradiation missile race past the cockpit after he fired it at a target during a test mission. The HARM is an air-to-surface missile designed to seek and destroy enemy radar-equipped air defense systems. [USAF photo by TSgt. Michael Ammons]
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    USAF F-16B ADF #81817 of the 416th Flight Test Squadron buzzing down the runway at NAS Fort Worth on October 8th, 2004. [Photo by Keith Robinson]
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    USAF F-16B ADF #81817 ready to commence a chase flight from NAS Fort Worth. This was the first airframe ever to be converted to the ADF standard. [Photo by Keith Robinson]
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    USAF F-16B block 15 #90948 now in service with Lockheed taking off from NAS Fort Worth on September 4th, 2004. This is one of the ex-Pakistani aircraft. [Photo by Keith Robinson]
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    USAF F-16B block 15 #90948 void of unit markings spotted at NAS Fort Worth. This is one of the embargoed ex-Pakistani aircraft. [Photo by Keith Robinson]