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.