Air International 2019-08
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M.Ayton - Falcons in splinters /Military/
Block 30 F-16C 86-0298/AK of the 18th Aggressor Squadron during a mission flown from Eielson in support of Red Flag-Alaska 19-2.
Block 30 F-16C 86-0270/AK of the 18th Aggressor Squadron painted in the black-grey-grey arctic scheme.
Block 30 F-16C 86-0290/AK carries special tail marking's for the squadron commander, and the new splinter-style arctic colour scheme.
Black-tan-green are the colours used in what is dubbed BDU splinter, the latest paint scheme applied to 18th Aggressor Squadron jets based at Eielson.
A three-ship formation of 18th Aggressor Squadron F-16s showing a variety of paint schemes applied to the unit's jets.
A top side shot of Block 50 F-16C 86-0298/AK showing the blue-blue-grey splinter colour scheme. The aircraft is seen breaking away from a KC-135 Stratotanker after receiving fuel over the Joint Pacific Alaska Range Complex during a mission flown in support of Exercise Red Flag Alaska 19-2.
A three-ship formation of 18th Aggressor Squadron F-16s showing a variety of paint schemes applied to the unit's jets.
The 18th Aggressor Squadron operates at least one two-seat Block 30 F-16D aircraft, 87-0375/AK, seen in the arctic colour scheme.