This particular Falcon #86-0262 was flown in Iraq by Craig "Trigger" Stevenson during Operation Southern Watch. On January 17th, 1993, Stevenson downed a MiG-23 Flogger using an AIM-120 AMRAAM missile. Upon return to the US, the aircraft was assigned to the Ohio Air National Guard 162nd Fighter Squadron where it wore a single green star on the nose, denoting the kill.
JC Wings chose to do the scheme after the MiG-23 conflict thus showing the green star marking. Here are some pictures:
Wow. I never thought I'd look at another F-16 from another manu aside from HM and now calibre. But JC really did a splendid job on this. The gold canopy tint looks excellent and it really gives it that viper look. THe exhaust cans looks great too. It wash to it kinda like what calibre did with their exhaust cans. I think you may have just convinced me to get my first JC Wings.