The jets sitting on the revetment when the "USMC Air Station" is first seen are Mirages, and the one flying over is an F-16 of a type not used by the USAF (The USMC use none of those aircraft). It could be a stock scene from an airbase in the Middle East.
The scene featuring the F-16 bearing down on the air base with a field loaded with Mirage-type aircraft, supposedly an American Air Force Base outside Yuma Arizona, was a clip taken from the movie Iron Eagle (1986). The ground crew can be seen hitting the dirt as Doug Masters (Jason Gedrick), flying the F-16, began one of his strafing runs on the base prior to rescuing his father, Col. Ted Masters. All the aircraft are in fact Israeli Air Force jets, both the F-16 and the Kfir C-2s painted to appear as MiG 21s. All squadron insignia and other identifying marks were painted out for the film.