Royal Thai Air Force F-16s

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    RTAF three-ship F-16A Block 15OCU formation, armed with sidewinders, F-16A #10305 (foreground) was the first F-16A Block 15OCU delivered to the Thai AF. [RTAF photo]
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    Two of the latest Thai AF F-16A ADFs (including #10204, nearest) acquired under the Peace Naresuan IV program. [RTAF photo]
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    Two Thai F-16's in formation [RTAF photo]
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    RTAF F-16B block 15, #10301, waiting on the ramp [RTAF photo]
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    Two Thai F-16B block 15 aircraft, #40303 and #40304. Both are wearing the Thai numbers but still have large USAF roundels attached to their skin. Both aircraft were delivered in 1995 as a part of the Peace Naresuan III program [RTAF photo]
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    A row of Thai F-16s at Hill AFB. These aircraft were acquired under the Peace Naresuan IV program and were ready to be ferried to Thailand. Note the large red ground markings, showing the 'engine suction zone' [USAF photo]
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    RTAF F-16A block 15OCU #40310, part of the Peace Naresuan II program, making a steep climb at a company acceptance flight [USAF photo]
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    RTAF F-16A block 15 from 403 sqn at Dom Muang AFB. Note that the RTAF F-16s have been equipped with the front landing lights. [Photo by Pornpat Muntasoot]
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    F-16 ground show at Korat AFB [Photo by Pornpat Muntasoot]
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    Front view of a RTAF 403 sqn F-16A at Don Muang AFB at the local children's day. Note that these last build block 15OCU aircraft have their landing lights already placed on the nose landing gear door. [Photo by Pornpat Muntasoot]
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    RTAF F-16A on the way to turn back home [Photo by Pornpat Muntasoot]
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    With the latest Peace Naresuan IV order, the Thai AF also ordered two F-16s for spare parts reclamation. One of this is #AAFG0401, former USAF #79324. The other spare aircraft is sitting right next to it. [Photo by Pornpat Muntasoot]