Built as a T1 and assigned serial XX361 but this was not taken up, it was delivered as XX351 on 18-Jan-1982. In Jan-1984 it was converted to T1A. In Jan-2016 it was delivered to Wittering for use as an instructional airframe.
Built as an F-16A and assigned USAF serial 80-3671 but taken on charge Jun-1983 by the Norwegian AF as 671. By Sep-2000 converted to F-16AM. The four ribs in front of the cockpit give it away. It carries both the coloured triangle arrow and the bow and arrow as the 338 Skv markings.
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).
Assigned USAF serial 80-3646 but taken on charge Jul-1984 by the Netherlands AF as J-647. Originally it was an F-16A(R), but it was converted to F-16AM by Mar-2000. The aircraft is without squadron markings
Assigned USAF serial 78-0265 but taken on charge Jan-1981 by the Netherlands AF as J-265. In Dec-2000 its flying career ended and after storage at Leeuwarden and Soesterberg it went to the NLR - Nationaal Lucht- en Ruimtevaartlaboratorium in Apr-2009. It is seen here with special markings for 50 Years NATO.
Assigned USAF serial 78-0249 but taken on charge Oct-1981 by the Netherlands AF as J-249. In Dec-2000 its flying career ended and after storage at Leeuwarden and Soesterberg it became an instructional airframe at the Leeuwenborgh College at Maastricht-Aachen airport.
Assigned USAF serial 78-0248 but taken on charge Oct-1981 by the Netherlands AF as J-248. In Aug-2001 its flying career ended and it became a travelling exhibit. It is here painted to celebrate 50 years 323 Sqn, displaying a large variant of the squadron badge, featuring Diana, Goddess of the Hunt. The squadron motto is "Impetu feroci (Ferocious in Attack)".
Built as an F-16A and assigned USAF serial 85-0138 but taken on charge Sep-1987 by the Netherlands AF as J-138, by 1998 converted to F-16AM, in Nov-2010 it became Chilean Air Force 757. It is carrying F-16 Mid-Life Update markings and a currently unidentified badge on the intake. The white thing in the foreground is a display-line marker for the pilots.
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.
Assigned USAF serial 78-0250 but taken on charge Oct-1981 by the Netherlands AF as J-250, became an instructional airframe in Dec-2000 at the KMSL - Koninklijke Militaire School Luchtmacht at Woensdrecht