Some impressive footage of F-16 pilots has emerged on Youtube showing everything you’d hope from a fighter jet montage.
According to The Aviationist:
Filmed with GoPro cameras by 35th FS pilots, from Kunsan airbase, South Korea, during Red Flag-Alaska 15-1 and Distant Frontier at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, in October 2014, the footage contains all what you would expect from a cool aviation video: low-level flying, air combat, high g-load maneuvering, aerial refueling, live firing at the range.
The Squadron deployed with their F-16s from Kunsan airbase, in South Korea, to train with U.S. and international forces and prepare for air expeditionary force tasking.
While the F-16 is considered a somewhat aging plane in the United States (they’re currently scheduled to be taken out of service by 2015), it is still strongly used by several other countries in the world including:
Taiwan (Republic of China)
United Arab Emirates