F-104G DC+129 JaboG 33 with a red "4 ATAF" team badge for the "Tactical Weapons Meet" on the intake at Chaumont AB June 1966

F-10G, construction number 683D-8347, company model 683-10-19, built by Fokker
manufactured by North Group (ARGE-Nord); first flight February 5, 1965 coded KG+447 in Fighterbomber version at Fokker-Schiphol
camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196" acceptance date March 9, 1965 by BABwFokker
DB+253 JaboG 32 at Lechfeld AB delivery date on April 14, 1965; heavily damaged during landing on July 27, 1965 at Lechfeld AB,
aircraft left the runway breaking up the nose gear; repaired at Messerschmitt
DC+129 JaboG 33 on April 14, 1966; AFCENT Tactical Weapons Meet at Chaumont AB, France 10 till 24 June 1966
25+52 IRAN at SABCA on July 1, 1968 with 530 flight hours; back to JaboG 33 on September 27, 1968; JaboG 31 on April 15, 1981
withdrawn from use and stored at LwSchleuse 11 on April 7, 1983 with 3.019 flight hours as attrition reserve aircraft; struck off charge order (AVA) December 13, 1983
MAP (Military Assistance Program) to Turkish Air Force (TuAF serial number 65-8347) on April 9, 1984; coded "9-347" operational in 1989 at Balikesir with 9 AJU
taken out of service on June 11, 1991; preserved in army barracks at Incirali, near Izmir in April 1999; code "347" only in 2001 noted
preserved on pole in Güzelyali Airforce Hospital at Izmir October 7, 2005 coded "65-8347" in F-16 style grey camouflage scheme; November 9, 2006 with Tiger marks on intake first noted; October 9, 2008 noted; September 2021 last noted.

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