The Poland Peace Sky program began in April 2003 includes 36 F-16Cs and 12 F-16Ds, all powered by the Pratt & Whitney F100-PW-229 engine. Poland thus becomes the first former WarPac member to operate the F-16. Poland's F-16s are considered the most advanced in NATO. Features of the Block 52+ include an AN/APG-68(V) 9 radar fire control system (AIDEWS), JHMCS which can fire AIM-9X, AIM-120C, AGM-154 and various precision guide ammunitions. Coupling with the Sniper XR (AAQ-32) Extended Range pod, which is an advanced targeting pod designed with an infrared pointer, laser, day TV, forward looking infrared, laser spot tracker and advanced algorithms.
The pod delivers superior tracking performance and reliability. The Polish Air Forces also include the Conformal Fuel Tank (CFT) to extend the mission range.
* Marking for Polish Air Force
* The model contains parts to replicate an accurate F-16D 52+ with CFT (plastic injection CFT, spine)
* Photo Etch and metal parts included (CFT exhause port)