Built as an F-16B and assigned USAF serial 81-0884 but taken on charge Jan-1985 by the Netherlands AF as J-884. By May-2000 converted to F-16BM. In Oct-2017 it was delivered to the Jordanian Air Force as 236. Is the backseater photographing us? Note the tinted pilot's cockpit, and the untinted backseater one (good for photography).
This F-16BM of 331 Skv received special colors as the RNoAF celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2019. Norway was inspired to paint this F-16 in the colors of an aircraft they once used: Spitfire IX, PL258 FN-K, of 331 (Norwegian) Squadron. This Spit has a Norwegian wartime history. FN-K crash landed on 29 Dec 1944 near Tubbergen (Netherlands). Remains of the wreckage were located by a team of the Norwegian Spitfire Foundation. These remains now form the core of a restoration project (temporary registration G-NSFS) that will become PL258/FN-K in Norway. The F-16 also sports D-Day stripings.
Built as an F-16B and assigned USAF serial 87-0066 but taken on charge Jun-1989 by the Netherlands AF as J-066, by 1998 converted to F-16BM. On the fin It carries the kangaroo badge of Kantoor Testvliegen where it is used for MLU (=Mid Life Update) testing.
2 Squadron, based at As Shaheed Muwaffaq al Salti air base, also known as Al Azraq air base deployed three F-16s to Konya for participation in Anatolian Eagle 2019. This dual seat F-16BM was once part of the Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) and carried serial J-884.