F-104F 29+06 WaSLw 10 Jever 1968

F-104F, construction number 283-5055, company company model 483-04-08, US serial number 59-5002, built by Lockheed
manufactured by Lockheed Aircraft Corporation (LAC), Burbank; assembly at Lockheed-Palmdale
first flight 1960 with US serial number coded "59-5002"; coded BB+368 shipped in boxes to Bremerhaven on June 20, 1960
transported by train to Messerschmitt-Norvenich in Silver-finish colors; WaSLw 10 (OTU Operational Training Unit) Norvenich, test flight and first F-104F flight in Germany on July 22, 1960
German airworthiness certificate on July 21, 1960; July 22, 1960 official handover to German Air Force; WaSLw 10 on July 26, 1960
heavily damaged during net barrier engagement after emergency landing on November 8, 1962 at Norvenich AB; camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196" in 1965/66
29+06 withdrawn from use (grounded) on April 16, 1971 according government orders; stored LwVersBer 1 on April 21, 1971
struck off charge order(AVA) June 29, 1971; to Luftwaffenmuseum Uetersen in 1971; seen there in 1987 with training aid code "C083"
preserved Luftwaffenmuseum der Bundeswehr Berlin-Gatow (Air Force Museum of the Bundeswehr) 1999 in the open display
displayed inside hangar, WaSLw 10 marks, September 14, 2006 official presentation; March 2021 last noted.

note: in 2011 the "Luftwaffenmuseum der Bundeswehr" (Air Force Museum of the Bundeswehr) at Berlin-Gatow airfield was renamed as an 
autonomous branch of the "Militärhistorisches Museum der Bundeswehr" (Bundeswehr Museum of Military History).

claim of fame: First flight of German pilots of WaSLw 10 (Norvenich) over Germany on July 22, 1960!

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BB+368 after its net barrier engagement at Norvenich on November 8, 1962.
Flown by Kapitein Ludo Forgeur (BAF) and Olt Herman-Josef Sensen (IP), the aircraft landed long after engine problems and experienced additional nosewheel shimmy during the landing roll.
This resulted in the net engagement, which caused damage to the airframe and engine (the AOA vane broke and was ingested).