F-104F 29+03 WaSLw 10 at Deutsches Museum-Flugwerft Schleissheim, Munich 2008

construction number 283-5049, company model 483-04-08, US serial number 59-4996, built by Lockheed
manufactured by Lockheed Aircraft Corporation (LAC), Burbank; first flight 1960 with USAF serial number "59-4996" in Silver-finish colors; acceptance date by BABwLockheed not known
coded BB+362 used for the training of the first German pilot conversion training at Palmdale in February 1960
BB+362 shipped in boxes to Bremerhaven, Germany June 10, 1960; transported by train to Messerschmitt-Norvenich for reassembly
Messerschmitt test flight July 29, 1960; acceptance date by BABwMTT on August 16, 1960; WaSLw 10 (OTU Operational Training Unit) at Norvenich AB delivery date on August 18, 1960
February 9, 1964 the "II. Ausbildungsgruppe WaSLw 10" relocated from Norvenich to Jever AB
29+03 withdrawn from use (grounded) April 16, 1971 according government orders; LwVersBer 1 on April 21, 1971
struck off charge order (AVA) June 29, 1971; March 27, 1972 to Deutsches Museum, Munich and displayed in the open
stored Erding AB in May 1978; October 14, 1982 stored at Schleissheim; January 11, 1990 restoration by TechnGrp 11 at Erding AB
displayed at Deutsches Museum "Museum für Luft- und Raumfahrt" Flugwerft Schleissheim, Oberschleissheim, Bavaria, near Munich on September 12, 1992; August 29, 2008 noted
February 2022 last noted; F-104F 29+03 moved from Schleissheim to Deutsches Museum, Luftfahrthalle in Munich in July 2022 first noted.

With the reopening of Deutsches Museum in Munich F-104F 29+03 will move from Schleissheim to Deutsches Museum in Munich in exchange with 21+53 (cn 7022).

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