A three-tone brown F-16B in the inventory of the Naval Strike Air Warfare Center TOP GUN. FMS serial 92-0406 was once destined for Pakistan as 95-626, but due to embargoes, the dual seat aircraft was placed in storage at AMARC as AA FG0270 on 2 November 1944. In December 1998 it was released from storage and converted to adversary aircraft.
A three-tone grey F-16A, this aircraft was once destined for the Pakistan Air Force (serial 92-735), but due to embargoes against the Asian country, the brand-new aircraft was placed in storage at AMARC as AA FG0010 on 23 June 1993. Late 1998 the US Navy showed interest in stored Pakistani Falcons as a replacement for their worn-out F-16Ns. 92-0404 became 920404 and started a successful career as an adversary aircraft in the States.
Former Swiss Air Force F-5E J-3053 is now serving the US Navy as an adversary aircraft and designated F-5N. This two-tone brown green Tiger II was repainted - two years after this picture was taken - and received the famous black MiG-28 colour scheme.
VFA-203. Cartwheeled off runway and caught fire after nose undercarriage collapsed at Savannai IAP, GA on January 16, 2002. Pilot ejected safely. Not repaired following accident. Struck off charge February 14, 2002.