Fighter, Strike Fighter, Interceptor, and Derivative Aircraft
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Credited with a MiG-21 kill on 6 May 72 using an AIM-9 missile, F-4S, BuNo 157249, rests in the Arizona sun during November, 2014. She would escape the scrapper and instead be donated to the Flying Leatherneck Museum in San Diego.
F-16C, serial 85-1416, would return to service configured as a QF-16 during February, 2020, after more than eleven years in storage. She's pictured here during 2015.
Ex-Calspan Bicycle Works) F-16C, serial 85-1452, looking quite forlorn given her wingless and canopy-less situation. This photo is from November, 2015. She had arrived a little more than five years before, and remains there as of the date of this post.
F/A-18C, BuNo 163777, as she appeared during late 2014.
On the left is F-16B, serial 79-0418. On the right is F-16B, serial 82-1036. Both have seen better days. Also visible in the middle is the tail of F-16B, serial 80-0625.
F-16A, serial 82-0961, sits near a row of T-38s in this November, 2015, shot.
Florida ANG F-15C, serial 78-0491, as seen in storage during late 2015, next to F-15C, serial 84-0012, an operational test and evaluation aircraft out of Eglin AFB, FL.
F-4D, serial 66-0243, as seen during late 2015. She would cease to exist by May of the following year.
F-16A, serial 81-0804, arrived for storage during January, 2005. She is still there as of the date of this post.
Nearest the camera is F-4E, serial 68-0511, seen during August, 2002. She would be regenerated during May, 2005, be converted to QF-4E configuration, and be expended during July, 2014.
F/A-18A, BuNo 161753, as seen during November, 2013. Just less than five years later she would be scrapped.
B-1s in the distance sit behind a row of F/A-18s seen through F/A-18A, BuNo 162420, (far left), F/A-18A, BuNo 162460, (far right), and F/A-18A, BuNo 163118 (just left of center), in this April, 2013, photo.