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Lockheed F-16 Fighting Falcon (91-0395) - The F-16 demo team debuting their new livery celebrating 50 years of the F-16.
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Lockheed F-16 Fighting Falcon (91-0395)

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The F-16 demo team debuting their new livery celebrating 50 years of the F-16.

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Colin Seftel
ICAO type code is just F16.
Chris Ryan
Almost 50 years ago I built a Revell model in that exact livery
Scott Misamore
In the fall of 1976, I went out to General Dynamics in Fort Worth for an interview with my future boss. After the interview was over, he took me out to the flight line and showed me the first full scale development F-16 (FSD-1) which had rolled out (under it's own power, BTW) from final assembly just a few days before. I had seen that roll out on the local news the day it took place and now I actually got to walk up and touch it! It had this same livery which was also used on the flight test article. I started my employment just a couple of weeks later and retired in the summer of 2013 after the delivery of just over 4500 aircraft. To quote Clint Eastwood in "Firefox"... "what a machine"!!
ken kemper
Super Photo ........

Love your comment and personal F-16 History Scott. And Clint Eastwood
Tim Webb
Beautiful
John Giambone
Oooh, that is night...sizzling!
Dan Nelson
50 years? Hard to believe!
David Calder
FYI - the Fort Worth Air Museum just restored the 2nd prototype F-16.

https://vintageaviationnews.com/warbird-restorations/restored-yf-16-prototype-2-unveiled-at-fort-worth-aviation-museum.html
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