Lockheed Martin f-16

Although it was originally designed in 1975 by General Dynamics for ground attacks, the F-16 has since then developed into a multi-role aircraft. The design uses variable camber wings and leading edge strakes to produce high lift and avoid root stall, even at high angle of attack. It has a fly-by-wire control system for maneuverability and a large array of sophisticated avionics, upgraded software and weapon systems, and radar. AMS has OEM approval to provide maintenance, repair, and overhaul of many aircraft subassemblies.