F-104G 22+06 Appen barracks, Marseille-Kaserne (Unteroffiziersschule der Luftwaffe-USLw) 2008

F-104G, construction number 683D-7076, company model 683-10-19, built by Messerschmitt (MTT)
manufactured by South Group (ARGE-Süd); assembly by Messerschmitt-Manching starting January 14, 1963
assembly in Fighterbomber version according contract lot 3; first flight May 7, 1963
project "Loreley" as Fighterbomber (for JaboG 33) with Vulcan M61 20 mm machine gun installed and long range tanks as loose parts
acceptance date by BABwMTT on July 15, 1963 coded KE+376 in Silver-finish colors
DC+258 JaboG 33 at Buchel AB delivery date on July 24, 1963; IRAN at SABCA on August 2, 1966 with 500 flight hours
camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196" in 1966, back to JaboG 33 on April 10, 1967
22+06 ErpSt 61 on October 30, 1985; withdrawn from use and stored at LwSchleuse 11 on January 20, 1987 with 3.281 flight hours
EL-70/EL-73 Electronic Counter Measure (ECM) system was installed in the weapon system in the late 70s with tech order "TA-FL1191"
struck off charge order (AVA) March 23, 1988; BDRT airframe with training aid code "C036" at Leck AB on May 9, 1989 by road transport
preserved Jever AB at 1st squadron 1994; restoration 1997 at Erding AB with JaboG 33 marks
on pole Berlin-Gatow in 3.LwDiv HQ barracks in July 1997; April 12, 2006 noted
stored Marseille-Kaserne (Unteroffiziersschule der Luftwaffe-USLw) at Appen, near Uetersen, north of Hamburg, December 3, 2006 first noted
displayed on pole in Marseille-Kaserne (Unteroffiziersschule der Luftwaffe-USLw) at Appen, May 11, 2007 noted
October 22, 2008 noted; June 2016 after restoration noted; November 2021 last noted.
 
On November 24, 2021, Marseille Barracks was re-named after Jürgen Schumann, the pilot and former Luftwaffe airman who was murdered in the hijacking of the "Landshut" airplane.

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