The Carrier Onboard Delivery (COD) plane during its landing to the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75). The Greyhound is the workhorse of the US Navy and brings cargo, personnel to the carrier from a shore-base, this time Muharraq, Bahrain.
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.
This Viggen was given this stunning paint scheme to mark the type's retirement from F10 Wing. The red colour signifies the 1st Division of F10, whilst the squadron's official motto is "THE SHOW MUST GO ON". The aircraft now resides at the Flygvapenmuseum.