The F-16 "Fighting Falcon" is a multi-role jet fighter aircraft originally developed by General Dynamics for the United States Air Force. Designed as an air superiority day fighter, it evolved into a successful all-weather multi-role aircraft. The F-16 is also used by the Air Force's aerial demonstration team, the Thunderbirds.
General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon
B-36 Peacemaker Span: 230 feet Length: 162 feet, 1 inches Height: 46 feet, 9 inches Weight: 410,000 pounds loaded Armament: Sixteen M24 20mm cannon in eight nose, tail and fuselage turrets, 86,000 pounds of conventional or nuclear bombs Engine: Six Pratt & Whitney B 4360s of 3,800 horsepower and four General Electric J47s of 5,200 pounds thrust each Maximum speed: 435 mph Cruising speed: 230 mph Range: 10,000 miles Service ceiling: 45,700 feet