F-104F BB+367 WaSLw 10 (Luftwaffe Weapon Training Wing 10) Jever 1967

F-104F, construction number 283-5054, company model 483-04-08, US serial number 59-5001, built by Lockheed
manufactured by Lockheed Aircraft Cooperation (LAC), Burbank; first flight 1960 with US serial number coded "59-5001"; shipped in boxes to Bremerhaven, Germany coded BB+367
via rail road to Messerschmitt-Norvenich on May 20, 1960 via rail road to Messerschmitt-Norvenich on May 20, 1960 for reassembly
Messerschmitt test flight August 5, 1960; WaSLw 10 (OTU Operational Training Unit) at Norvenich AB delivery date on September 13, 1960
29+05 1969 to Messerschmitt-Augsburg for J79-MAN-J1K engine installation tests; on the road to Messerschmitt-Manching on December 2, 1969
on road to LwDpInstGrp 1 at Erding AB on December 21, 1970; road show "Unsere Luftwaffe" on April 15, 1971; struck off charge order (AVA) June 29, 1971; stored at JaboG 31 with training aid code "C070"
display on pole Kalkar barracks "Von Seydlitz Kaserne" 3.LwDiv Headquarters coded "42+59" (PLZ Kalkar-old zip code of Kalkar) in 1975
"29+05" in 1989 in "Lizard" camouflage scheme; 2002 display on pole Kalkar barracks "Von Seydlitz Kaserne" (Kommando Operative Führung der Luftstreitkräfte (KdoOpFüLuSK))
in standard camouflage scheme, at Jever AB for restoration in 2006; back preserved at Kalkar inside barracks “Von Seydlitz Kaserne” since February 2008; April 2021 last noted.

copyright © Peter Doll