TF-104G "13625" (66-13625) during formation training 1968

TF-104G, construction number 583F-5936, company model 583-10-20, US serial number 66-13625, assembly by Lockheed
main parts manufactured by Lockheed, Messerschmitt (ARGE-Süd) and VFW; main parts manufactured by ARGE-Süd (fuselage) and VFW (wings)
airlifted from Manching AB to Lockheed-Burbank on November 16, 1966
planned code KF+236 not used; for assembly and test flights at Palmdale coded with US serial number "13625"; accepted by BABwLockheed at unknown date
 German property operated by the 4510th CCTW at Luke AFB, Arizona (German shadow serial number 2806) in USAF Silver-finish coded 13625
2.296 flight hours in May 1977; flown until end of operation at Luke AFB on March 16, 1983
1983 sold to USAF with 2.988 flight hours with "Phase III" lot; struck off charge order (AVA) July 19, 1983
MAP (Military Assistance Program)  to ROCAF in 1984 under project "Ali Shan No.8"; coded as "4196" (13625) for 41 TFS of 2 TFW 1989
engine caught fire on October 20, 1989 but landed safely; with 8 TFS of 3 TFW 1993; 2 TFW in 1995; May 8, 1998 leader of the last F-104 fight
2000 displayed at Conscription Park in Keelung Town, Taiwan with 12 TRS marks, blue serial number; August 2012 noted with small code
2014 noted with no code; August 2018 noted; July 2020 last noted.

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