The latest version of the F-16 (not pictured) features a number of enhancements designed to enable the 4th generation fighter to better interoperate with fifth generation fighters (Photo: Lockheed Martin)
The new F-16V was unveiled at the Singapore Airshow (Photo: Lockheed Martin)
Since its introduction in 1978, over 4,450 F-16 Fighting Falcon’s have been built, making it one of the most successful military aircraft of all time. Although it is no longer purchased by the U.S. Air Force (where it is scheduled to remain in service until 2025), improved versions are still being built by Lockheed Martin for 26 nations around the world. The latest version, unveiled this week at the Singapore Airshow, is the F-16V, which features a number of enhancements designed to enable the 4th generation fighter to better interoperate with the 5th generation F-35 and F-22 fighters.
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