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Lock On No. 1 - Lockheed's C/N F-104 G/J Starfighter by Verlinden Team1
Lock On No. 2: General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon by Hans Wilms2
Lock On No. 3 - Lockheed C-130 Hercules by Francois Verlinden3
Lock On No. 4 - McDonnell Douglas F-15 C/D Eagle by Francois Verlinden4
Lock On No. 5 - General Dynamics F-111 E/F Aardvark by Willy Peeters5
AH-1S Cobra (Lock On, No. 6) by Willy Peeters6
Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt (Lock on, No. 7) by Willy Peeters7
Lock On No. 8 - McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom II by Lewis Pruneau8
Lock On No. 9 - LTV A7D/K Corsair II by Willy Peeters9
Lock On No. 10 - British Phantoms F-4J/FGR.1 & FGR.2 by Willy Peeters10
Lock On No. 11 - Avions Dassault Mirage V by Willy Peeters11
Lock On No. 12 - Panavia Tornado IDS by Willy Peeters12
Lock On No. 13 - AH-64A Apache Attack Helicopter by Francois Verlinden13
Lock On No. 14 - USS Forrestal "Gateway to the Danger Zone" by Willy Peeters14
Lock On No. 15 - F/A-18 A/C & CF-18C Hornet by Willy Peeters15
Lock On No. 16 - Mi-24W Hind E Gunship by Francois Verlinden16
Lock On No. 17 - Sukhoi Su-27 Flanker by robert Senkowski17
Lock On No. 18 - Grumman F-14A/B Tomcat by Willy Peeters18
Lock On No. 19 - Mikoyan MiG 29 A/C Fulcrum by Francois Verlinden19
Lock On No. 20 - Grumman A-6E, KA-6D Intruder, EA-6B Prowler by Willy Peeters20
Lock On No. 21 - Mikoyan MiG 21 MF Fishbed by Francois Verlinden21
Lock On No. 22 - McDonnell Douglas F-15 E Strike Eagle by Francois Verlinden22
Lockheed S-3B Viking Lock on No. 23 by Willy Peeters23
Lock On No. 24 - Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress by Francois Verlinden24
Lock On No. 25 - Hawker Hurricane Mk XII by Francois Verlinden25
Lock On No. 26 - Northrop F-5/F Tiger II by Francois Verlinden26
Lock On No. 27 - Sukhoi Su-22 M3 Fitter by Zoltan Buza27
Lock On No. 28 - Messerschmitt Bf-109G-2 by Francois Verlinden28

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