Republic of Korea Air Force F-16s

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    ROKAF F-16D, during the delivery flight to the Korean peninsula. [ photo]
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    A ROKAF viper displayed with the total armament package available to him [ROKAF photo]
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    ROKAF F-16C block 32 #86-595 on the runway with a number of sister-ships. Note the special hi-speed HAS on the side of the platform [ROKAF photo]
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    ROKAF F-16C Block 32 flight with a Russian Su-30 fighter [ROKAF photo]
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    Underside view of this [ROKAF photo]
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    ROKAF F-16D block 52 #92-045 before flight with a USAF F-16C block 40 from the 36th FS. [USAF photo]
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    Underside view of ROKAF F-16D armed with an assymetrical load of one HARM and one Maverick missile, together with both LANTIRN pods. [ROKAF photo]
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    A ROKAF F-16C Block 32 is armed with 6x AGM-65 'Maverick' missiles and 6x Mk-82 dumb bombs, both on a TER. [ROKAF photo]
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    First flight of ROKAF F-16C block 52 #92-001. [ROKAF photo]
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    Four ROKAF F-16C block 32 fly over Seoul with #85-579 and #85-582 in the foreground [ROKAF photo]
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    ROKAF F-16C block 52 #01-510. This is the first KF-16 II flight of the Peace Bridge III program [ROKAF photo]
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    ROKAF F-16C's, with #93-079 in the foreground, turn around at the de-militarized zone. [ROKAF photo]
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    A ROKAF KF-16C right after production. [KAI photo]
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    A ROKAF KF-16D performing a test flight just after being produced. [KAI photo]
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    ROKAF F-16D block 52 #92-034 armed with a TAGM-65D Maverick missile flying over the Korean peninsula. [ROKAF Photo]