Republic of Singapore Air Force F-16s

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    Republic of Singapore AF F-16B [LMTAS photo]
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    RSAF F-16B #886 from 140 sqn at a post-FPDA exercise open house, Paya Lebar AB. [Photo by Mike Yeo]
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    RSAF F-16D block 52, #638, preparing for landing [Photo by Dave Vaughan]
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    RSAF F-16D, #695 from 143 sqn in the static at the RSAF open house. [Photo by Rob Mitchell]
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    RSAF F-16D Block 52 #638 was the first aircraft delivered under the Peace Carvin II deal. All F-16Ds in this deal have the dorsal spine. [LMTAS photo]
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    RSAF four-ship of the original Peace Carvin I program. Alpha's #881 and #882 and Bravo's #885 and #887 [Photo by Peter Steinmann]
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    RSAF F-16D block 52, #625, taxiing [Photo by Rob Mitchell]
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    RSAF F-16Ds such as #96-5030 are based at Cannon AFB in New Mexico for training, operated by the 428th FTS. Notice the RSAF lion roundel (in white) on the aircraft. The tailband is a smaller version of the same lion roundel in red on a black background. [Photo by Peter Steehouwer]
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    RSAF F-16D block 52, #94283, assigned to the 425th FS at Luke AFB (tailcode 'LF') for training purposes. Note the RSAF lion roundel(in white) on the aircraft. [Photo by Peter Steehouwer]
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    RSAF F-16C block 52 #97116 of the 425FS is coming in at Luke AFB. [Photo by Peter Steehouwer]
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    RSAF F-16C block 52 #97121 of the 425FS is coming in at Luke AFB. Note the 'LF' tail marking. [Photo by Peter Steehouwer]
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    RSAF four-ship of the original Peace Carvin I program over the Singapore skyline. Alpha's #881 and #882 and Bravo's #885 and #887. [Photo by Peter Steineman]