F-16 Fighting Falcon

F-16 Fighting Falcon (US Air Force Photo)

The F-16 Falcon was designed by General Dynamics from early 1970s but is now a product of Lockheed-Martin. This plane was designed to have good performance in climbing and turning flight.  The F-16 first flew in 1974, and more than 4000 have been built. Production will continue until 2017.
The operators of the F-16 Fighting Falcon include Bahrain, Belgium, Denmark, Egypt, Greece, Indonesia, Israel, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Portugal, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Turkey, USA and Venezuela.
The F-16 design features cropped delta wings with leading-edge root extension and chin intake for the single engine.

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