In commemorative "75 Years D-Day" markings, complete with D-Day invasion stripes and striking tail art picturing a RAF 350 (Belgian) Squadron Spitfire. The F-16 wears war-time code "MN-L" which was carried by such a Spitfire in the 1940s.
In commemorative "75 Years D-Day" markings, complete with D-Day invasion stripes and striking tail art picturing a RAF 349 (Belgian) Squadron Spitfire wearing code "GE-S". The F-16 wears the same code.
75 years D-Day markings. The war time code "MN-L" belongs to a Spitfire of 350 (Belgian) Squadron of the RAF. This unit was stationed at RAF Friston on the south coast of Britain when D-Day took place.
The Tactical Leadership Programme is undoubtedly an international exercise, in the distance right a US Air Force F-15E that just landed, on the left an French Air Force Rafale and the star of the picture is a Belgian Air Force F-16AM of 2 Wing returning to its parking spot.
RJAF Viper during its landing at Nellis. Red Flag 2015-4 was the first Flag for the Jordanians. Strikingly, while this squadron was involved in mock-fights during this exercise, at home they were deeply involved in real combat, fighting ISIS.
Royal Jordanian Air Force F-16AM during its landing after a Red Flag 2015-4 sortie over the Nellis range complex. The aircraft is formerly F-16A ADF 80-0554 of the USAF and became active within the RJAF by December 2007.