Unique F-16 Paint Schemes
The F-16 Fighting Falcon has had a number of unique paint jobs over its 40 years flying.
Lone Star Gunfighters
The 149th FW recognized the sixty-fifth anniversary of its flying unit, the 182nd Fighter Squadron, by giving the squadron flagship a Texas-sized paint job. The 182nd FS was formed in 1947.
F-16 in green camo scheme designed for early close air support demonstration performed in Texas.
General Dynamics developed an export version of the F-16A in the late 1970s. The variant, called the F-16/79, was powered by the General Electric J79 turbojet engine.
Morocco, the twenty-fifth nation to operate the F-16, ordered twenty-four Block 52 aircraft in 2009. The two-tone light brown scheme with gray underside is unique to the Moroccan Air Force.
June 24, 2014