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General Dynamics F-16B(M)

SchemeColour nameFS numberBS-numberHumbrolXtracolourVallejo ModelColorVallejo ModelAirHataka
Standard #1Upperside dark grey ~6118   125 X130 70.836 71.053 ~031
Grey ~6270   126 X133 70.870 71.275 ~054
Underside Light grey ~6375   127 X136 70.990 71.046 ~037

Check www.paint4models.com for an extensive conversion table with lots of colour and paint systems.

Below you can find drawings of the several versions of the F-16 used by the RNlAF.

Of the F-16 many paint schemes are known, one can think of the display aircraft, click here for some examples and the anniversary paint schemes, click here for several examples.

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General Dynamics F-16A Block 1
Shortly after delivery with black nose and wrong sized roundels.
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General Dynamics F-16B Block 1
Shortly after delivery with black nose and wrong sized roundels.
GeneralDynamics-F16A-Block-5-1
General Dynamics F-16A Block 5, Virtually identical to the previous version, main difference is the grey nose which replaces the clearly visible black nose.
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General Dynamics F-16B Block 5, Virtually identical to the previous version, main difference is the grey nose which replaces the clearly visible black nose.
General Dynamics F-16A Block 10
General Dynamics F-16A Block 10, Main difference is the changed UHF antenna under the air intake.
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General Dynamics F-16B Block 10, Main difference is the changed UHF antenna under the air intake.
General Dynamics F-16A Block 10
General Dynamics F-16A Block 10.
Difference with the previous version is the drag chute housing, applied by the end the eighties (This chute was also applied from start of the production of the Norwegian aircraft.).
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General Dynamics F-16B Block 10.
Difference with the previous version is the drag chute housing, applied by the end the eighties (This chute was also applied from start of the production of the Norwegian aircraft.).
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General Dynamics F-16A Block 10, RNlAF detachment Arizona ANG.
General Dynamics F-16A Block 15

General Dynamics F-16A Block 15.
Main difference with previous blocks is the UHF-antenna which was moved from the underside of the air intake to a position below left between both ventral fins.
Further two small rectangular antennas are visible under the nose, some what changed panels on the fuselage, a small antenna on the front of the tail, several internal structural strengtheners of fuselage and wings.

GeneralDynamics-F16B-Block-15

General Dynamics F-16B Block 15.
Main difference with previous blocks is the UHF-antenna which was moved from the underside of the air intake to a position below left between both ventral fins.
Further two small rectangular antennas are visible under the nose, some what changed panels on the fuselage, a small antenna on the front of the tail, several internal structural strengtheners of fuselage and wings.

General Dynamics F-16A Block 15

General Dynamics F-16A Block 15.
Difference with the previous version is the drag chute housing, applied by the end the eighties (This chute was also applied from start of the production of the Norwegian aircraft.).
The decision to implement this device was taken when several Block 15 aircraft were already delivered. The chute was applied on all aircraft already operation.

GeneralDynamics-F16B-Block-15

General Dynamics F-16B Block 15.
Difference with the previous version is the drag chute housing, applied by the end the eighties (This chute was also applied from start of the production of the Norwegian aircraft.).
The decision to implement this device was taken when several Block 15 aircraft were already delivered. The chute was applied on all aircraft already operation.

General Dynamics F-16AM

General Dynamics F-16AM.
Difference with the previous versions are the four AIFF antennas on the nose, the new LAU-129 launchers (for the AIM-9L/AIM-120B). Further there are many internal changes.
The aircraft shown here is a former Block 10 aircraft, which can be recognized by both antennas under the air intake.

General Dynamics F-16BM

General Dynamics F-16BM.
Difference with the previous versions are the four AIFF antennas on the nose, the new LAU-129 launchers (for the AIM-9L/AIM-120B). Further there are many internal changes.
The aircraft shown here is a former Block 10 aircraft, which can be recognized by both antennas under the air intake.

General Dynamics F-16AM

General Dynamics F-16AM.
Difference with the previous versions are the four AIFF antennas on the nose, the new LAU-129 launchers (for the AIM-9L/AIM-120B). Further there are many internal changes.
The aircraft shown here is a former Block 15 aircraft.

General Dynamics F-16BM

General Dynamics F-16BM.
Difference with the previous versions are the four AIFF antennas on the nose, the new LAU-129 launchers (for the AIM-9L/AIM-120B). Further there are many internal changes.
Both aircraft shown here is a former Block 15 aircraft.