F-16 Aircraft Parts

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Part Number
NSN
NIIN
0-001-366-010 Engine Starter Motor
012151733
000004004830000 Blind Rivet
008664670
00024-0036 Quick Disconnect Plug
001103722
0002WBP21 Cylindrical Roller Bearing
004823301
00044 Plain Encased Seal
003468232
00051111131336 Video Recording Tape
010342039
0007212 Electrical Receptacle Connector
013922802
0007482 Electrical Receptacle Connector
013922802
001-5490-001 Electrical Contact
001184616
001-7752-01 Electrostatic Discharger Holder
004868822
001965 Pressure Transmitter
005267864
006825-2 Indicator Light
011340268
007010-5 Indicator Light
011642049
007010-7 Indicator Light
011642051
0072006120 Electrical Connector Backshell
000798970
01 01089 Fire Extinguisher Bracket
010740614
01-91180-13 Indicator Light
014168427
0100330 Fuel Sample Container
013718315
0100403 Transistor
001616559
0101279-38 Inertia Reel Cable
007965269
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A large number of variants of the General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon have been produced by General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin, and various licensed manufacturers. The details of the F-16 variants, along with major modification programs and derivative designs significantly influenced by the F-16, are described below.

Two single-seat YF-16 prototypes were built for the Light Weight Fighter (LWF) competition. The first YF-16 was rolled out at Fort Worth on 13 December 1973 and accidentally accomplished its first flight on 21 January 1974, followed by its scheduled "first flight" on 2 February 1974. The second prototype first flew on 9 March 1974. Both YF-16 prototypes participated in the flyoff against the Northrop YF-17 prototypes, with the F-16 winning the Air Combat Fighter (ACF) competition, as the LWF program had been renamed.

In January 1975, the Air Force ordered eight full-scale development (FSD) F-16s – six single-seat F-16A and a pair of two-seat F-16B – for test and evaluation. The first FSD F-16A flew on 8 December 1976 and the first FSD F-16B on 8 August 1977. Over the years, these aircraft have been used as test demonstrators for a variety of research, development and modification study programs.

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