The Royal Moroccan Air Force (RMAF) is set to receive the first four of 24 block 52 F-16 fighter jets later this week.
The first aircraft is carrying the registration 80001, and is the first of 18 single-seat block 52 F-16Cs on order for the RMAF.
The jets, which have left the Lockheed Martin facility in Fort Worth, Texas, US, are powered by Pratt & Whitney F100-229 turbofan engines.
The US has trained the first batch of Moroccan F-16 pilots under a 15-month training course that finished in June this year.
The RMAF is also slated to field 24 T-6C basic trainers with the manufacturer Hawker Beechcraft already reaching the half-way point in handing over the aircraft.
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