WASHINGTON — The F-16 Fighting Falcon was the backbone of allied air power in Europe for a generation.
Three squadrons on the continent fought over Serbia during the Kosovo War in the late 1990s, repeatedly deployed to the Middle East and Afghanistan during the last two decades, and served as a deterrent to keep Russia from making moves in Eastern Europe.
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