The General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon is a multirole jet fighter developed for the U.S. Air Force. It was designed as a lightweight day fighter and has evolved into a successful all weather multirole aircraft. First flight was in December 1973 and delivered to the Air Force in 1978. The F-16 was the first U.S. fighter to incorporate the fly-by-wire flight control system giving it unmatched maneuverability. The F-16 carries the same M61 Vulcan cannon as the F-15 and can carry a variety of air to air missiles. It also has payload capacity at around 15,000 lbs. Top speed is mach 2.0 plus and has a maximum ferry range of approximately 2,200 miles. The Falcon was deployed to the Persian Gulf War and flew a variety of sorties to include ground support missions. The F-16 is the aircraft used by the USAF aerial demonstration team, The Thunderbirds, and has been produced in numerous variations. The F-16 has been sold to over 25 foreign nation’s Air Forces.
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