The very last transatlantic crossing with Dutch F-16As. 312 Squadron was the last to covert to the F-16AM and this was about to start after they returned from Maple Flag in Canada. Because of the historic significance, all aircraft received full colour squadron markings prior of their departure from Goose Bay. A last minute request for a nice formation over Greenland was honoured, to much delight of all the passengers in the KDC-10! From front to back: J-199, J-617, J-870, J-871, J-877 and J-202.
Commemorative tail for 55 years 312 sqn. J-640 was written off after an mishap at Brussels South Charleroi Airport (CRL/EBCI). It would been deliverd to the Fuerza Aera Chile. but as it was decided not to repair the aircraft , it was scrapped. J-203 went to Chile instead.
Take off on 13:00 LT, the flight itself would end in the Waddenzee, around 15:00 LT near the island Vlieland, after a engine failure. Pilot 1Lt. M. van Zuijdam escaped successfully from his aircraft. Aircraft belonged to 312 Sq, despite the 311 Sq badge
Two Dutch Vipers during a mission in support of Operation Unified Protection, the fight agains the Khadaffi regime in Libya. The aircraft were pictured high above the Mediterranean Sea just outside Libyan airspace.
The 1st Netherlands Air Task Force International Security Assistance Force (1(NLD)ATF ISAF used F-16AMs over Afghanistan during their operations against the Taliban. This 323sq F-16AM received an unusual green ISAF badge. It served as the back ground for a detachment crew photo at Kandahar.