Raw footage of U.S. Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter aircraft taking off from Aviano Air Base, Italy. Six Aviano aircraft joined forces with Poland in a joint theater security training event. This marks the third rotation of U.S. aircraft that have supported the U.S. Air Force Aviation Detachment at Lask Air Base, Poland as part of a partnership-building initiative that began in October 2012. Video by Airman 1st Class Abbey Whittaker | 31st Fighter Wing Public Affairs
Another awesome compilation video of the 510th EFS which was deployed to Bagram Airfield Afghanistan. Video shows Pilot, Maintainers, Jets, Drop Videos... AWESOME!
BOSNIA: F-16 PILOT RESCUED: Captain Scott O'Grady F-16 pilot shot down by the Bosnian Serbs on 2.6.95, was rescued, after six days living rough and in hiding. Early this morning another F-16 picked up his SOS signal from the ground, and at dawn two helicopters, accompanied by jets, were dispatched to Bosnia to rescue him, coming under fire as they did so.
When NATO pilot Scott O'Grady's F-16 jet is downed by a missile over Bosnia, he ejects successfully but lands in hostile territory, sparking a massive manhunt and a struggle for survival. Here are the 5 parts of the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC show "Situation Critical" which illustrate the Scott O'Grady story.
Video and audio flight recording data from the last minutes of a USAF F-16CG plane being shot down by the Serbian Air Defense.
This downing of an American military aircraft, returning from a bombing task focused on the wider Novi Sad area occurred at night, on May 2, 1999, during the war between the Serbs and NATO.
Aviano AB, Italy
23 March 1999
31st Fighter Wing and Combat Camera came up with a few flightline movies to record normal activities on the Aviano Flightline during the Bosnian Conflict.
The is a video of an F-16 Combat Air Patrol (CAP) Mission with the 510th Fighter Squadron. Video shows Pilot Prep, Taxi, Takeoff, and Air Refueling. The video was produced by the 1st Combat Camera Squadron (DEPLOYED).
A new round of Red Flag combat training exercises have got underway at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada. Hosted by the United States Air Force, Red Flag offers a chance for USAF assets and their international air force counterparts to participate and engage in ultra-realistic air combat scenarios. This is the 35th year that these war games have been taking place and this latest installment began on January 25th, and will continue until February 5th.
YouTube video of the F-16's based out of Aviano AB in Italy arrive at Nellis AFB during the Red Flag 10-2 Mass Recovery. Call Sign BUZZARD51.