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F-16C Fighting Falcon - USAF 57th WG, 64th AGRS, #84-1301 Red 01 / Blue Flanker, Nellis AFB, NV, 2012 

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F-16C Fighting Falcon - USAF 57th WG, 64th AGRS, #84-1301 Red 01 / Blue Flanker, Nellis AFB, NV, 2012

Historical Note:


The 64th Aggressor Squadron is assigned to the 57th Wing at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada. It flies the F-16C Fighting Falcon aircraft, painted in camouflage schemes identical to those observed on Russian-manufactured aircraft, providing Air Combat Maneuvering training to USAF and other aviation forces in conjunction with Red Flag exercises. The unit operates in conjunction with the 65th Aggressor Squadron, currently flying the F-35A Lightning II. The purpose of the squadron is to teach adversarial tactics and provide dissimilar air combat training to US Air Force flying units.

Designed by General Dynamics as a lightweight, daytime USAF air-combat fighter, the F-16 was first flown on January 20th, 1974. This single-engine, supersonic aircraft has, over the years, evolved into a multirole aircraft. It has a frameless bubble canopy-giving its pilot superior visibility-and it uses advanced aerodynamics. The F-16 was one of the first designs to use a relaxed static stability/fly-by-wire system, which helps it pull 9-g maneuvers and achieve speeds of more than Mach 2. Called "Viper" by its pilots, the F-16 is considered one of the most successful aircraft designs of the Cold War, with 4,400+ aircraft built since 1976.

Hobby Master's 1:72 scale F-16 is constructed using an intelligent mix of diecast metal and plastic, which allows for the greatest possible detail. Among this model's most remarkable features are an articulating hinged opening canopy that closes with almost no visible gap and landing gear that has been constructed as subassemblies for easy configuration. It also includes a large number of pad-printed flight instruments and a rudder and engine intake that are accurately replicated in plastic. The models in this series cover early variants to the most advanced later variants featuring conformal fuel tanks as well as both single and two seat variants.

Info: F-16C Fighting Falcon - USAF 57th WG, 64th AGRS, #84-1301 Red 01 / Blue Flanker, Nellis AFB, NV, 2012

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