F-16D Block 42 walk around

The Ohio ANG’s 180th Fighter Wing/112th Fighter Squadron, based at the Toledo ANGB, currently flies F-16C/D Block 42s, these having replaced Block 25s that served the unit for a few years in the early 1990s. Prior to receipt of the F-16s, the unit had flown F-84F Thunderstreaks, F-100D/F Super Sabres, and then A-7D/Ks.

F-16D walk around photo - cockpit
F-16D walk around photo - cannon port
F-16D M61 20mm cannon port

F-16D intake and nose gear
F-16D intake and nose gear

F-16D, looking aft

F-16D main gear photo
F-16 main gear

F-16D walk around photo
F-16 walk around image
F-16 ventral fin

Photo of a travel pod being carried an F-16D.
Travel pod

Thunderbirds F-16D



Centenary jet for 112th Fighter Squadron” Air Forces Monthly February 2018 p.16