Disguised as an USAF F-16C, this Republic of China Air Force (RoCAF, Taiwan Air Force) F-16A is based at Luke AFB (AZ) for pilot training. The 21st Fighter squadron, nicknamed Gamblers, operates twelve F-16A/Bs adnd this 708 is allocated 6607 in RoCAF service. The squadron will move to Tucson in 2021 to create additional room for F-35 operations at Luke.
RJAF Viper during its landing at Nellis. Red Flag 2015-4 was the first Flag for the Jordanians. Strikingly, while this squadron was involved in mock-fights during this exercise, at home they were deeply involved in real combat, fighting ISIS.
Royal Jordanian Air Force F-16AM during its landing after a Red Flag sortie over the Nellis range complex. The aircraft is formerly F-16A ADF 80-0554 of the USAF and became active within the RJAF by December 2007.
During Red Flag 2015-4, the Republic of Singapore Air Force participated with CH-47Ds helicopters and F-16C/D jet fighters. The F-16s operate normally from nearby Luke AFB, the reason the look like US Vipers. But this F-16D Block 52 (high spine) shows clearly the Singaporese roundel on the rear of the fuselage.