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Lockheed Martin F-16E Block 60 Fighting Falcon

By Htam

 

Lockheed Martin F-16E Block 60 Fighting Falcon@ Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Fort Worth, TX

February 2008

This advanced version of the venerable F-16 features improved radar and avionics and conformal fuel tanks and has only been sold to the United Arab Emirates.  This model is more advanced than any F-16 in the US Air Force inventory.


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