F-16B and C Viper

These photos were taken by Steve Bamford, Danny Deters, Tracy & Jeni Saulino and Thorsten Wahl.

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These 5 photos of F-16DJ/CJ (block 52's, the North Carolina ANG jets) and the "Makos" F-16C's are block 32's directly below were taken by Danny Deters.

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These 21 photos directly below were taken by Thorsten Wahl.

This particular F-16C-50 is kind of special, because it only had 16 hrs on the clock when it got here (97 or 98). Of course had to go to the paint shop right away to become the boss´ stable - General Commanding, 52nd FW, Spangdahlem AB, USAFE)
 

Air intake under port wingroot RWR port wing Muzzle detail Exhaust under port wingroot

 

LAU-129 aft end LAU-129 fwd end Lower blade antenna

 

Fin root Port airbrake interior Nozzle interior Stbd airbrake Tailhook

 

Rear fuselage Divs details under wingroot Air intake under stbd wingroot Tail up close

 

Salvage gear Stbd LEX root and ADS Stbd formation light Salvage gear

 

GCs plane with 16 hrs on the clock

This F-16C  is a block 40 HILL Jet, and you can cleary see the WAR (LANTIRN) HUD even with the canopy shut.   Mike V

These photos were taken by Tracy & Jeni Saulino

These 8 photos directly below were taken at Mcchord Air Force Base.

left side of nose left side of intake left side main landing gear from rear exhaust from rear

 

right side main landing gear from rear hard point on right wing missile detail We found this funny....painting credits on a jet?

 

 


This F-16C is a block 25 (or 30?), and it has the standard WAC HUD for in the Block 25, 32, 30, and 50's.  Mike V

Photos taken at Abbotsford International Airshow August '99

These photos were all taken by Steve Bamford

H.U.D.  ejection seat ejection seat  ejection seat and cockpit

 

instrument panel rear portion of open canopy area behind ejection seat instrument panel

 

nose gear, engine intake and navigation light as seen from the left side view of cannon on left side of fuselage H.U.D. as seen from front left side nose gear

 

left main landing gear as seen from the front
right main landing gear as seen from the front
nose gear, engine intake and navigation light as seen from the left side main landing gear wheels

 

close up of hard-point view of cannon on left side of fuselage….notice gun powder
stains and weathering
view of vent on left side of fuselage view of open airbrake on left side on engine exhaust

 

view of left side of engine exhaust… note you can see parts of open airbrake on right side of engine exhaust
view of open airbrake and engine exhaust on right side of plane

right main landing gear as seen from the rear

left main landing gear as seen from the rear

 

engine intake and navigation light as seen from the right side
 training missile on tip of right wing.  Note blue band denotes a training missile….this means the tip is identical to a standard missile but the explosive and rocket motor are not part of this missile
close up of hard-point on right wing


close up of nose wheel as seen from right side