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F-16 Fighting Falcon - ANG Painting Facility

When representatives of the Royal
Netherlands Air Force went looking for a cost effective way to paint
some of their fighter aircraft, they found not only a solution at the
Air National Guard Paint Facility, but ended up with a work of art.
Master Sgt. Vincent De Groot tells about the first international
Aircraft that was recently finished at the Air National Guard Paint
facility in Sioux City, Iowa. Tucked away at the end of the air field of
the 185th Air National Guard Base in Sioux City, Iowa the Air National
Guard's aircraft paint facility has been painting small fighter aircraft
for a little more than a decade now. The F-16 they are rolling out
today may look ordinary at first glance but it is the first
international aircraft to be painted here. Font Hit: Dave Miller
National Guard Paint Facility Manager The thing that makes it unique is
that is it's an international jo

Added: Feb-27-2012 
By: rokafly
Tags: F16, USAF
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