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Paint Facility completes Dutch F-16

RNAF F-16

A Royal Netherlands Air Force F-16 attached to the 162nd Fighter Wing of the Arizona Air National Guard with a fresh coat of paint on the ramp at the Air National Guard paint facility in Sioux City, Iowa on October 25, 2019. The paint scheme has some subtle differences from the American version of the F-16, like the gradient to a lighter color on bottom of the fuselage and air intake. The new scheme also includes a subdued version of the RNAF roundel on the back part of the fuselage and raised lettering on the tail. U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Vincent De Groot

RNAF F-16

A Royal Netherlands Air Force F-16 attached to the 162nd Fighter Wing of the Arizona Air National Guard with a fresh coat of paint on the ramp at the Air National Guard paint facility in Sioux City, Iowa on October 25, 2019. The paint scheme has some subtle differences from the American version of the F-16, like the gradient to a lighter color on bottom of the fuselage and air intake. The new scheme also includes a subdued version of the RNAF roundel on the back part of the fuselage and raised lettering on the tail. U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Vincent De Groot

RNAF F-16

A Royal Netherlands Air Force F-16 attached to the 162nd Fighter Wing of the Arizona Air National Guard with a fresh coat of paint on the ramp at the Air National Guard paint facility in Sioux City, Iowa on October 25, 2019. The paint scheme has some subtle differences from the American version of the F-16, like the gradient to a lighter color on bottom of the fuselage and air intake. The new scheme also includes a subdued version of the RNAF roundel on the back part of the fuselage and raised lettering on the tail. U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Vincent De Groot

RNAF F-16

A Royal Netherlands Air Force F-16 attached to the 162nd Fighter Wing of the Arizona Air National Guard with a fresh coat of paint on the ramp at the Air National Guard paint facility in Sioux City, Iowa on October 25, 2019. The paint scheme has some subtle differences from the American version of the F-16, like the gradient to a lighter color on bottom of the fuselage and air intake. The new scheme also includes a subdued version of the RNAF roundel on the back part of the fuselage and raised lettering on the tail. U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Vincent De Groot

RNAF F-16

A Royal Netherlands Air Force F-16 attached to the 162nd Fighter Wing of the Arizona Air National Guard with a fresh coat of paint on the ramp at the Air National Guard paint facility in Sioux City, Iowa on October 25, 2019. The paint scheme has some subtle differences from the American version of the F-16, like the gradient to a lighter color on bottom of the fuselage and air intake. The new scheme also includes a subdued version of the RNAF roundel on the back part of the fuselage and raised lettering on the tail. U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Vincent De Groot

RNAF F-16

A Royal Netherlands Air Force F-16 attached to the 162nd Fighter Wing of the Arizona Air National Guard with a fresh coat of paint on the ramp at the Air National Guard paint facility in Sioux City, Iowa on October 25, 2019. The paint scheme has some subtle differences from the American version of the F-16, like the gradient to a lighter color on bottom of the fuselage and air intake. The new scheme also includes a subdued version of the RNAF roundel on the back part of the fuselage and raised lettering on the tail. U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Vincent De Groot

Sioux City, Iowa -- A Royal Netherlands Air Force F-16 attached to the 162nd Fighter Wing of the Arizona Air National Guard with a fresh coat of paint on the ramp at the Air National Guard paint facility in Sioux City, Iowa on October 25, 2019. The paint scheme has some subtle differences from the American version of the F-16, like the gradient to a lighter color on bottom of the fuselage and air intake. The new scheme also includes a subdued version of the RNAF roundel on the back part of the fuselage and raised lettering on the tail. U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Vincent De Groot