On September 15 The Argentine Air Force delegation submitted an assessment report on the Tejas MK1A and three other alternative fighters. Interestingly, in this evaluation report, there are also F-16s from the United States, Russian MiG-35s, and Chinese JF-17 competing for orders from the Argentine Air Force. For now, the JF-17 Block 3 will be… Continue reading Comparison between Tejas, JF-17, F-16 and F-16 fighter aircraft for Argentina Air force
Along with delegations from Australia, France, Germany, Indonesia, India, Singapore, Japan, Britain, the Philippines, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates, Canada, Netherlands, Malaysia, New Zealand, and the U.S., the South Korean Air Force, formally known as the Republic of Korea Air Force, has sent newly upgraded F-16U fighters to Australia for Exercise Pitch Black 2022. According… Continue reading The New “F-16U”: South Korean Fighters with AESA Radar deployed for Exercises in Australia
The US F-16 fighter jet is currently one of the world’s most numerous and widespread fixed-wing aircraft and the United States Air Force. On the other hand, the J-10 is the largest fighter aircraft in the Chinese air force in terms of numbers. Let’s see where their most advanced variants, i.e., F-16v Vs. J10c fighter… Continue reading Chinese J-10C against American F-16V: the finest single fighter aircraft competition
The F-16 Fighting Falcon entered service in the United States Air Force in 1978, and other than the F-15 Eagle which is two years older it remains the oldest fighter in the world that is still in production today. The Falcon has seen more airframes produced than any other fourth generation fighter, being the most… Continue reading The Best F-16 Ever? How Capable is the United Arab Emirates’ F-16E/F Desert Falcon
F-16 is indeed an excellent fighter jet with cheap price, good performance, beautiful appearance, long life, and easy to maintain. When it comes to the f16 fighter, I believe many people will regard it as the “Most classic fighter” in their hearts. More than 40 years have passed since it was first inducted in 1978… Continue reading Even after 43 years, why is the F-16 still the backbone of US Air force?
On January 11 Taiwan suspended the use of its newly upgraded (to block 72) F-16V fighters because one of them had crashed during an offshore training exercise. The F-16Vs were allowed to fly again on the 20 th , after safety checks on Taiwan’s other F-16Vs. No problems were found and interviews with eyewitnesses and examination of… Continue reading Why Taiwan grounded newly upgraded F-16V fighters
Last year saw a significant increase in the number of countries choosing to purchase or expressing an intention to purchase used fighter aircraft to strengthen their air force for a variety of reasons. Malaysia is said to want to expand its fleet with F-18 Hornet fighters. However, Malaysia is not looking to buy from the US,… Continue reading Why do so many countries buy used fighter jets?
F-16 “Falcon” fighter, one of the iconic equipment of the US Air Force. Since the aircraft entered service with the US Air Force Over 4,600 aircraft have been built since production was approved in 1976. As far as jet fighters are concerned, F-16 is the third most produced fighter jet in history and still counting. In addition… Continue reading F-16XL: The awesome fighter aircraft US Air force reject
Europe has long seen a concentration of some of the world’s most capable fighter aircraft as a frontier between the U.S. led Western Bloc and the Warsaw Pact. So today we bring the top six powerful fighter aircraft of Europe. Although less of a priority for U.S deployments in the 21st century, due to Russia’s… Continue reading Top Six Most Powerful Fighter Aircrafts in Europe
After the delivery of the first batch of French Rafale fighter jets purchased by the Indian Air Force, the gap between IAF and PAF has been increased drastically. Currently, Pakistan is not even close to the Indian air force, even looking around its hangar, there is no fighter jet that can deal with the IAF… Continue reading Reasons why Pakistan should go for second-hand F16 than Chinese J-10c