Lockheed Martin F-16 A/B Block-15

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Arrows F-16s in evening sortie:
F-16 formation from No.11 Sqn "Arrows" during an evening sortie.

Arrows have been operating F-16 aircraft since its induction in PAF - circa Jan'1983.


Sherdils (Lion Hearts):
No.19 Sqn "Sherdils" is a recent operater of this type in PAF. The unit operates mix of single and dual seat F-16 ADF aircraft.

These aircraft have yet not attained Mid Life update (MLU) and are equipped with APG-66 V(2) radar, Identification of Friend and Foe (IFF) sensors.


Sherdils F-16ADF:
An Ex-RJAF F-16 ADF formation from No.19 Sqn "Sherdils" flying over Sargodha.

Sherdils F-16 wear low-viz tail scheme with a lion painted as squadron insignia. Their aircraft have average 3000 flying hours clocked todate.


F-16 MLUs with AMRAAM:
A MLU F-16 formation equipped with AIM-120 AMRAAM missiles.

The MLU program has added significant combat capabilities and over 20 years of service life to Pakistani Falcons.


Griffins & horizon:
No.9 Sqn F-16 'Griffins' going vetical.

No.9 MR Sqn has recently updated all its aircraft to MLU standard and is located at PAF Base Mushaf.


Griffins Wallpaper:
No.9 Sqn F-16 'Griffins' wallpaper.




Arrows Wallpaper:
No.11 Sqn F-16 MLU 'Arrows' wallpaper.




Air combat training on F-16 fighting falcon:
F-16 holds its own class in both beyond-visual-range and traditional close-air-combat mission profiles. Being a 9-G fighter and specifically designed for Air-combat missions, F-16 requires pilot's expertise over High-G maunevering and command over the use of supported electronics in F-16 to deal with any air or ground threat in one mission.




F-16 Mid Life Update (MLU) Wallpaper:

PAF's F-16 fleet is undergoing modernization at Turkish Aircraft Industries (TAI), Turkey.

F-16 MLU includes Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System (JHMCS) capability, Link-16 data link, AN/APX-133 Advance Identification Friend or Foe Systems (AIFF), colored Multi-Functional Displays, AN/ALE-47 Advanced Countermeasures Dispenser Systems, “six-on-six”AIM-120 AMRAAM capability, Sniper Advanced targeting pod capability, AN/ALQ-211(V)9 Advanced Integrated Defensive Electronic Warfare Suite (AIDEWS) pod capability and reconnaissance pod capability.




Griffins formation:
A No.9 Sqn F-16 formation flying over Arabin Sea. By late 2014 all F-16 A/B Block-15 aircraft will be updated to MLU standard; giving them more service life and enhanced avionics and weapons suite.




Arrows F-16s:
A No.11 Sqn F-16 formation in a training flight.





Falcon's evening takeoff:
A F-16 taking off for an evening sortie. F100-PW-220/220E engine are capable of producing 29,160 lbf of thrust with afterburner.

F-16 engine over haul and structural modifications are done locally in PAC, Kamra. Read more



Griffins in the air:
An F-16 formation carrying three external fuel tanks, ACMI pod and AIM-9 sidewinder.



Arrows wingman:
A three ship F-16 formation from No.11 Sqn "Arrows".

Falcons and sun:
An F-16 formation during evening patrol.



Falcon strikes!:

A F-16 dropping two 500lbs GBU-12 Laser Guided Bombs (LGB) using ATLIS-II. In the recent PAF operations in Global War on Terrorism, precision targeting was a game changer. During close air support missions for Pak Army, PAF conducted more than 5,500 bombing missions and dropped 10,600 bombs in northwest tribal areas. More than 80% of the dropped munitions were LGB.



Falcons at sea:
A three ship F-16 formation patrolling over Arabian sea.

The Fly past:
A delta formation of five F-16s flying past Pakistan's flag.

Arrows Break!:
A three ship F-16 formation from No.11 Sqn spiting their flight paths in an impressive way.

Griffin's deadly strike :
A No.9 Sqn F-16 dropping four Mk-82 bombs at militants hideout during a strike mission.

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