List of Danish Air Force F-104

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F-104G, built by Canadair, Canada
RDAF code serial nr del date wfu date fate status remarks
R-340 62-12340 23.11.64 30.04.86 to ROCAF "4411"; withdrawn from use scrapped MAP to Denmark; cn 6039
construction number 683D-6039; first flight April 13, 1964; ready at Canadair June 26, 1964; delivery date to USAF June 27, 1964; ferry flight to MOAMA Brookley, AL, on June 27, 1964; shipped to Denmark, arrival with USN ship “Fiddler” on November 23, 1964; MAP to Denmark coded R-340 with 11 flying hours; test flight for RDAF on December 17, 1964; Esk 726 on April 5, 1965; Esk 723 on September 2, 1965; February 27, 1970 painted in an all green camouflage scheme; repainted in glossy green camouflage scheme on May 25, 1977; Esk 726 on January 3, 1983; last flight April 24, 1986 with 4.200 flying hours withdrawn from use on April 30,1986; shipped from Aarhus to Bremerhaven February 24, 1987; to Taiwan for ROCAF coded “4411” to 8 Squadron of 3 Wing; withdrawn from use April 1992; scrapped 1997.
R-341 62-12341 23.11.64 21.03.85 crashed March 21, 1985 at Tversted crashed MAP to Denmark; cn 6040
construction number 683D-6040, first flight April 13, 1964, ready at Canadair June 30, 1964; delivery date to USAF July 6, 1964; ferry flight to MOAMA Brookley, AL, on July 6, 1964; shipped to Denmark, arrival with USN ship “Fiddler” on November 23, 1964; MAP to Denmark coded R-341 with 12 flying hours; test flight for RDAF on December 16, 1964; Esk 726 on December 21, 1965; Esk 723 on September 29, 1965; Esk 726 on November 20, 1967; Esk 723 on May 16, 1968; September 6, 1968 painted in an all green camouflage scheme; repainted in glossy green camouflage scheme on December 16, 1981; Esk 726 on January 3, 1983; crashed at Tversted, near Hirtshals on March 21, 1985 with 3874 flying hours, unknown reason, pilot was killed.
R-342 62-12342 23.11.64 30.04.86 to ROCAF "4412" instructional Daxing high school preserved MAP to Denmark; cn 6041
construction number 683D-6041, first flight April 10, 1964; ready at Canadair July 6, 1964; delivery date to USAF on July 10, 1964 coded “FG-342/22342”; shipped to Denmark; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on the aircraft carrier USN ship “Fiddler” November 23, 1964; MAP to Denmark coded R-342 November 23, 1964, delivery date Esk 726 on February 8, 1965; Esk 723 on September 22, 1965; Esk 726 on March 8, 1966; repainted in an all green camouflage scheme on September 26, 1969; repainted in glossy green camouflage scheme on December 1, 1976; withdrawn from use on April 30, 1986 with 4.441 flying hours; preserved and disassembled at Aalborg and transported by road to Aarhus for shipment to Bremerhaven on April 6, 1987; from where it was shipped to Taiwan; ROCAF April 6, 1987 coded “4412”; withdrawn from use March 16, 1994 with 11 Air Group; instructional airframe (GIA) at Daxing high school, Dayuan Township, Taoyuan County; the vertical tail paint has the school insignia, 2000 first noted, September 2006 noted; March 2014 noted.
R-343 62-12343 19.12.64 08.08.80 crashed into the sea near Thyboron crashed MAP to Denmark; cn 6042
construction number 683D-6042, first flight April 13, 1964, ready at Canadair August 13, 1964; delivery date USAF on August 14, 1964 coded “FG-343/22343” to MOAMA Brookley, AL; shipped to Denmark on MSTS "Croatan"; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on December 19, 1964; MAP to Denmark coded R-343 December 19, 1964; Esk 726 delivery date on January 19, 1965; repainted in an all green camouflage scheme on September 19, 1968; crashed on August 8, 1980 into the sea near Bovbjerg Fry, near Thyboron with 3.363 flight hours, pilot was killed.
R-345 62-12345 23.11.64 30.04.86 ROCAF "4413", Chinese AF Museum Gangshan display MAP to Denmark; cn 6044
construction number 683D-6044, first flight April 21, 1964; ready at Canadair July 3, 1964; delivery date USAF on July 8, 1964 coded “FG-345/22345” to MOAMA Brookley, AL; shipped to Denmark; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on the aircraft carrier USN ship “Fiddler” November 23, 1964; MAP to Denmark coded R-345 on November 23, 1964; Esk 726 delivery date January 6, 1965; Esk 723 on September 22, 1965; Esk 726 December 22, 1965; Esk 723 on May 18, 1965; Esk 726 May 7, 1968; repainted in an all green camouflage scheme on May 27, 1970; last flight  April 7, 1986; withdrawn from use April 30, 1986 with 3.996 flight hours; preserved and disassembled at Aalborg and transported by road to Aarhus for shipment to Bremerhaven on March 31, 1987; from where it was shipped to Taiwan; MAP to ROCAF coded “4413”;  withdrawn from use March 7, 1994, 4413 displayed inside the ROCAF Chinese Air Force Museum at Gangshan AB (RCAY), Taiwan 1994; fuselage skin removed for display purposes; 2000 noted; September 1, 2007 noted; October 25, 2008 noted; October 2016 last noted.
R-346 62-12346 23.11.64 07.10.69 crashed at Tirstrup AB crashed MAP to Denmark; cn 6045
construction number 683D-6045,first flight April 27, 1964 at Canadair; ready at Canadair July 3, 1964; delivery date USAF on July 9, 1964 coded “FG-346/22346” to MOAMA Brookley, AL; shipped to Denmark; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on the aircraft carrier USN ship “Fiddler” November 23, 1964; MAP to Denmark coded R-346 November 23, 1964; Esk 726 delivery date December 21, 1964; Esk 723 on September 22, 1965; crashed October 7, 1969 after an Intercept mission in the recovery during the GCA formation approach; pilot lost control of the aircraft and hit the ground on short final at Tirstrup AB; 735 flight hours; pilot was killed.
R-347 62-12347 23.11.64 30.04.86 to ROCAF "4414" scrapped MAP to Denmark
first flight May 1, 1964 at Canadair; ready at Canadair July 7, 1964; delivery date USAF on July 10, 1964 coded “FG-347/22347” to MOAMA Brookley, AL; shipped to Denmark; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on the aircraft carrier USN ship “Fiddler” November 23, 1964; MAP to Denmark coded R-347 on November 23, 1964; Esk 726 delivery date January 10, 1965; Esk 723 on September 22, 1965; repainted in an all green camouflage scheme on October 24, 1968; January 3, 1983 to Esk 726; last flight  April 16, 1986; withdrawn from use April 30, 1986 with 3.939 flying hours; preserved and disassembled at Aalborg and transported by road to Aarhus for shipment to Bremerhaven on April 2, 1987, coded “4414” with 8 TFS of 3 AG; withdrawn from use 1995; scrapped 1999.
R-348 62-12348 23.11.64 30.04.86 to ROCAF "4415" scrapped MAP to Denmark
first flight May 1, 1964 at Canadair; ready at Canadair July 9, 1964; delivery date USAF on August 6, 1964 coded “FG-348/22348” to MOAMA Brookley, AL; shipped to Denmark; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on the aircraft carrier USN ship “Fiddler” November 23, 1964; MAP to Denmark coded R-348 on November 23, 1964; Esk 726 delivery date January 6, 1965; Esk 723 on September 22, 1965; repainted in an all green camouflage scheme on November 6, 1969; repainted in glossy green camouflage scheme on July 15, 1977; January 8, 1983 to Esk 726; last flight  April 11, 1986; withdrawn from use April 30, 1986 with 4.094 flying hours; preserved and disassembled at Aalborg and transported by road to Aarhus for shipment to Bremerhaven on April 1, 1987, to ROCAF April 1, 1987 under Project “Ali Shan No.10” for 3 Wing; withdrawn from use March 7, 1994; scrapped 1997.
R-349 62-12349 19.12.64 30.04.86 to ROCAF "4416", Military cemetry at Tachia Township, Taichung County display MAP to Denmark; cn number 6048
first flight May 7, 1964 at Canadair; ready at Canadair August 14, 1964; delivery date USAF on August 14, 1964 coded “FG-343 22343” to MOAMA Brookley, AL; shipped to Denmark; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on the aircraft carrier USN ship “Fiddler” December 19, 1964; MAP to Denmark coded R-349 on December 19, 1964; Esk 726 delivery date February 10, 1965; Esk 723 on September 22, 1965; repainted in an all green camouflage scheme on November 7, 1969; July 1, 1983 transferred to Esk 726; last flight  April 9, 1986; withdrawn from use April 30, 1986 with 3.996 flying hours; preserved and disassembled at Aalborg and transported by road to Aarhus for shipment to Bremerhaven on February 25, 1987; to ROCAF coded “4416” on February 25, 1987; withdrawn from use March 7, 1994; displayed in Military cemetry Tie Zhen Shan (Tie Zhen Mountain), Tachia Township, Taichung County, 11 AG marks, April 24, 2005 first noted; October 2009 noted; March 2014 last noted.
R-645 63-13645 05.06.65 30.04.86 to ROCAF "4417", Bagua Mountain Park, Changhua City display MAP to Denmark; cn 6094
first flight December 7, 1964 at Canadair; ready at Canadair February 15, 1965; delivered February 15, 1965 to USAF, coded “FG-645/13645” to MOAMA Brookley, AL; shipped to Denmark; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on the USN ship “Croatan” June 5, 1965; MAP to Denmark at Aalborg coded R-645 on June 5, 1965; Esk 726 delivery date July 8, 1965; Esk 723 in March 1966; repainted in an all green camouflage scheme on November 5, 1969; July 1, 1983 to Esk 726; last flight April 11, 1986; withdrawn from use April 30, 1986 with 4.099 flying hours; preserved and disassembled at Aalborg and transported by road to Aarhus for shipment to Bremerhaven on April 6, 1987; to ROCAF coded “4417”; withdrawn from use March 7, 1994, decoy at Hsinchu AB, Taiwan coded 4417 in 2002, on display in Bagua Mountain park in Changhua City 2003 first noted; October 2009 on columns noted; March 2014 last noted.
R-646 63-13646 05.06.65 30.04.86 to ROCAF "4418" scrapped MAP to Denmark
manufactured by Canadair; first flight December 14, 1964 at Canadair; ready at Canadair on March 2, 1965; delivered March 2, 1965 to USAF coded “FG-646/33646” to MOAMA Brookley, AL; shipped to Denmark; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on the USN ship “Croatan” June 5, 1965; MAP to Denmark at Aalborg coded R-646 on June 5, 1965; Esk 726 delivery date June 29, 1965; repainted in an all green camouflage scheme on October 28, 1968; repainted in glossy green camouflage scheme on October 19, 1977; last flight April 30, 1986; withdrawn from use April 30, 1986 with 4.134 flight hours; preserved and disassembled at Aalborg and transported by road to Aarhus for shipment to Bremerhaven on February 27, 1987; to ROCAF February 27, 1987 coded “4418”; withdrawn from use March 7, 1994 with 11 AG; scrapped later.
R-647 63-13647 05.06.65 30.04.86 to ROCAF "4419" scrapped MAP to Denmark, cn 6096
manufactured by Canadair; first flight December 16, 1964 at Canadair, Montreal; ready at Canadair on March 5, 1965; delivered March 9, 1965 to USAF coded “FG-647/33647” to MOAMA Brookley, AL; shipped to Denmark; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on the USN ship “Croatan” June 5, 1965; MAP to Denmark at Aalborg coded R-647 on June 5, 1965; delivery date for 726 Esk on July 26, 1965; repainted in an all green camouflage scheme August 22, 1969; collision with chase R-759 during hot AIM-9B missile launch, safe landing at Skrydstrup with stuck nose gear; repainted in glossy green camouflage scheme on June 7, 1978; last flight April 11, 1986; withdrawn from use April 30, 1986 with 3.968 flight hours; September 15, 1986 conserved for transport to Taiwan; disassembled at Aalborg and transported by road to Aarhus for shipment to Bremerhaven on March 30, 1987; shipped to Taiwan for ROCAF coded “4419”; under Project Ali Shan No.10 to 3 Wing at CCK (Ching Chuan Kang) AB; withdrawn from use March 7, 1994; scrapped later.
R-698 63-12698 19.12.64 31.12.74 crashed northeast of Skagen crashed MAP to Denmark
manufactured by Canadair; first flight May 15, 1964 at Canadair, Montreal; ready at Canadair on August 11, 1965; delivery date to USAF on August 11, 1964; flown coded “FG-698/32698” to MOAMA Brookley, AL; shipped to Denmark on MSTS "Croatan"; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on December 19, 1964; MAP to Denmark coded R-698 on December 19, 1964; delivery date for 726 Esk on February 10, 1965; repainted in an all green camouflage scheme February 18, 1970; crashed December 3, 1974 8 NM NE of Skagen, DK into the Skagerak sea during ship patrol, pilot lost control after several tight maneuvers at 1.500 feet altitude; 2.265 flying hours, pilot was killed, written off.
R-699 63-12699 23.11.64 30.04.86 to ROCAF "4420", display Hillsboro, OR, USA display MAP to Denmark
first flight June 5, 1964 coded FG-699; July 7, 1964 ready at Canadair, Montreal, Quebec, flight time 9.45 flying hours; delivery date USAF on July 9, 1964, flown coded “FG-699/32699” to MOAMA Brookley, AL; MAP to Denmark November 23, 1964, aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark for Aalborg by USN ship “Marine Fiddler”; coded R-699 with Esk 723 on December 9, 1965; October 1, 1969 painted in an all green camouflage scheme; repainted in glossy green camouflage scheme on January 7, 1983; January 1, 1984 to 726 Esk; last flight and withdrawn from use April 30, 1986 with 3.628 flight hours; preserved and disassembled at Aalborg and transported by road to Aarhus for shipment to Bremerhaven February 18, 1987and ferried to Taiwan; to ROCAF 3 Wing February 18, 1987 coded “4420” in grey colors; in 1993 to 11 AG; withdrawn from use August 28, 1995 with 11 AG; in 2000 noted as instructional airframe (GIA) in the Feng Chia University at Taichung, 11 AG marks; October 18, 2006 to the Classic Aircraft Aviation Museum in Portland, Oregon, USA; under restoration in 2011; Coded "4420" display in ROCAF camouflage scheme at the Hillsboro airport in Hillsboro, Oregon, USA; May 4, 2013 first noted.
R-700 63-12700 19.12.64 17.01.85 crashed east of Hjelminto the Kattegat crashed MAP to Denmark
manufactured by Canadair; first flight June 5, 1964; ready at Canadair on August 17, 1965; delivery date to USAF on August 17, 1964 coded “FG-700/32700”, flown to MOAMA Brookley, AL; shipped to Denmark on MSTS "Croatan"; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on December 19, 1964; MAP to Denmark December 19, 1964 coded R-700; delivery date for 726 Esk on January 25, 1965; December 17, 1968 painted in an all green camouflage scheme; Esk 723 on November 1, 1971; Esk 726 on July 1, 1972; repainted in glossy green camouflage scheme on March 23, 1983; crashed January 17, 1985 during the return to Aalborg AB into the Kattegat sea 6 NM east of Hjelm with 3.720 flying hours, pilot was killed, reason unknown, written off.
R-701 63-12701 19.12.64 08.04.76 crashed at Aalborg AB crashed MAP to Denmark
manufactured by Canadair; first flight May 26, 1964; ready at Canadair on August 7, 1965; delivery date USAF on August 14, 1964 coded “FG-701/32701”, flown to MOAMA Brookley, AL; shipped to Denmark on MSTS "Croatan"; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on December 19, 1964; MAP to Denmark December 19, 1964 coded R-701; delivery date for 726 Esk on February 4, 1965; February 6, 1970 painted in an all green camouflage scheme; crashed after loosing control of the aircraft during final turn for landing on April 8, 1976 at Aalborg AB with 2.685 flying hours, pilot was killed, written off.
R-702 63-12702 19.12.64 30.04.86 to ROCAF "4421", crashed in Taiwan crashed MAP to Denmark
manufactured by Canadair; first flight June 5, 1964; ready at Canadair on August 24, 1965; delivery date USAF on August 24, 1964 coded “FG-702/32702”, flown to MOAMA Brookley, AL; shipped to Denmark on MSTS "Croatan"; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on December 19, 1964; MAP to Denmark December 19, 1964 coded R-702; delivery date for 726 Esk on February 12, 1965; January 15, 1969 painted in an all green camouflage scheme; repainted in glossy green camouflage scheme on March 23, 1976; last flight on April 11, 1986; withdrawn from use April 30, 1986 with 3.972 flying hours; preserved and disassembled at Aalborg and transported by road to Aarhus for shipment to Bremerhaven February 23, 1987; ferried to Taiwan on February 23, 1987 coded “4421”; crashed March 24, 1990 at Hsinchu AB, weather went bad and GCA malfunctioned, approach was flown with TACAN guidance, went around and crashed in Hsin Fong, near Hsinchu AB, pilot Chien-Chih Kuo was killed, written off; the base suffered 3 losses in one day.
R-703 63-12703 19.12.64 11.04.86 to ROCAF "4422" preserved MAP to Denmark
manufactured by Canadair; first flight June 5, 1964, ready from Canadair August 17, 1964, flying hours 11:20, delivery date to USAF on August 19, 1964 coded “FG-703/32703”; ferry flown Montreal-Seymour Johnson-2019 Maint. Div. MOAMA, Brookley, Alabama, flying hours 14:20; shipped to Denmark on MSTS "Croatan"; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on December 19, 1964; MAP to Denmark December 19, 1964 coded R-703; delivery date for 726 Esk on February 10, 1965; December 16, 1969 painted in an all green camouflage scheme; repainted in glossy green camouflage scheme on June 19, 1978; last flight on April 11, 1986; withdrawn from use April 30, 1986 with 4.181 flying hours, preserved and disassembled at Aalborg and transported by road to Aarhus for shipment to Bremerhaven April 2, 1987; to ROCAF coded “4422” on April 2, 1987; withdrawn from use March 7, 1994, decoy at Hsinchu AB coded “4422”, preserved at Hsinchu AB, June 11, 2000; stored 2009 last noted.
R-707 63-12707 19.12.64 16.04.86 to ROCAF "4423" scrapped MAP to Denmark
manufactured by Canadair; first flight June 12, 1964, ready from Canadair August 20, 1964, flying hours 6:40, delivery date USAF on August 21, 1964 coded “FG-707/32707”; flown to MOAMA Brookley, AL; shipped to Denmark on MSTS "Croatan"; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on December 19, 1964; MAP to Denmark December 19, 1964, coded R-707 delivery date for 726 Esk on February 10, 1965; to 723 sqn August 8, 1978; January 1, 1984 to Esk 726; last flight on April 16, 1986; withdrawn from use April 30, 1986 with 3.935 flight hours; preserved and disassembled at Aalborg and transported by road to Aarhus for shipment to Bremerhaven April 3, 1987; fuselage to ROCAF 3 Wing coded “4423” on April 3, 1987 with tail of R-825 due to a crack; in 1993 with 11 AG; withdrawn from use 1996; scrapped later.
R-752 64-17752 05.06.65 22.02.71 crashed SE of Sæby crashed MAP to Denmark
manufactured by Canadair; first flight December 18, 1964, ready from Canadair April 2, 1965; delivery date to USAF on April 3, 1965 coded “FG-752/47752”; flown to MOAMA Brookley, AL; shipped to Denmark on MSTS "Croatan"; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on June 5, 1965; coded R-752 to Denmark June 5, 1965 with 10 flight hours; delivery date for 726 Esk on July 8, 1965; to 723 sqn April 28, 1966; June 6, 1969 painted in an all green camouflage scheme; crashed on February 22, 1971 with 723 Esk into Kattegat 5 NM south of Sæby, Denmark due to engine failure after a compressor stall with 1.174 flight hours, pilot ejected safely.
R-753 64-17753 05.06.65 14.10.80 crashed at Aalborg AB crashed MAP to Denmark
manufactured by Canadair; first flight January 4, 1965, ready at Canadair April 2, 1965; to USAF on April 4, 1965 coded “FG-753/47754”; flown to MOAMA Brookley, AL; shipped to Denmark on MSTS "Croatan"; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on June 5, 1965; coded R-753 to Denmark June 5, 1965 with 14 hours, delivery date for 726 Esk on August 17, 1965; to 723 sqn in May 1966; August 5, 1969 painted in an all green camouflage scheme; repainted in glossy green camouflage scheme on January 17, 1979; crashed with 723 Esk on October 14, 1980 during approach to Aalborg in the Limfjorden, the aircraft pitched-up at low altitude, 3.330 hours, pilot ejected safely.
R-754 64-17754 05.06.65 30.04.86 to ROCAF "4424", Hsin Shing High School display MAP to Denmark; construction number 6099
first flight January 4, 1965, ready at Canadair April 2, 1965; to USAF on April 4, 1965 coded “FG-754/47754”, flown to MOAMA Brookley, AL; shipped to Denmark on MSTS "Croatan"; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on June 5, 1965; coded R-754 MAP to Denmark June 5, 1965 with 11 flying hours; delivery date for 726 Esk on August 10, 1965; to 723 sqn on September 22, 1965; 726 sqn in May 1966; March 10, 1970 painted in an all green camouflage scheme; last flight April 30, 1986; withdrawn from use April 30, 1986 with 4128 flight hours, August 4, 1986 conserved for transport to Taiwan; disassembled at Aalborg and transported by road to Aarhus for shipment to Bremerhaven on March 3, 1987; shipped to Taiwan for ROCAF coded “4424”; under Project Ali Shan No.10 to 3 Wing at CCK (Ching Chuan Kang) AB; withdrawn from use March 7, 1994 with 11 AG; instructional airframe at (displayed inside) Hsin Shing High School, Tao Yuan Town (County), bought in 1998, 2000 first noted; the vertical tail paint has the school insignia, Chinese text on fuselage, Hsin Shing High School, which has an aviation department for Aircraft Maintenance courses; April 2009 last noted; , preserved at the premises of the Hsin Shin Vocational School in Taoyuan Town. It was formerly used as instructional airframe but nowadays put outside as monument without its serial; February 2015 noted.
R-755 64-17755 05.06.65 30.04.86 to ROCAF "4425" scrapped MAP to Denmark
Canadair-built first flight January 15, 1965; ready at Canadair April 2, 1965; to USAF coded “FG-755/47755” on April 4, 1965; flown to MOAMA Brookley, AL; shipped to Denmark on MSTS "Croatan"; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on June 5, 1965 with 11 flying hours; coded R-755 MAP to Denmark June 9, 1965; to Esk 726 on August 19, 1965; to Esk 723 on September 22, 1965; green camouflage scheme in October 1969; to Esk 726 on January 1, 1984; last flight April 30, 1986; withdrawn from use April 30, 1986 with 4287 flight hours; disassembled at Aalborg and transported by road to Aarhus; February 24, 1987 shipped from Aarhus port to Bremerhaven for Taiwan; to ROCAF coded “4425”; withdrawn from use March 7, 1994 with 11 AG, last noted; scrapped in 1995.
R-756 64-17756 05.06.65 22.11.84 Midland Air Museum, UK display MAP to Denmark
Canadair-built first flight January 21, 1965; ready at Canadair April 2, 1965; to USAF coded “FG-756/47756” on April 7, 1965; flown to MOAMA Brookley, AL; shipped to Denmark on MSTS "Croatan"; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on June 5, 1965 with 11 flying hours; coded R-756 MAP to Denmark June 5, 1965 with 16 flight hours; to Esk 726 on August 4, 1965; to Esk 723 on September 22, 1965; green camouflage scheme on November 15, 1968; repainted in glossy green camouflage scheme on March 31, 1976; to Esk 726 on January 1, 1984; last flight November 8, 1984 with 3.747 flying hours; withdrawn from use November 22, 1984; stored Aalborg until 1987; donated to the Midland Air Museum by the Danish Air Force; R-756 is on loan from the USAF Museum; April 30, 1987 airlifted with C-130 from Aalborg to Coventry AP; on display at Midland Air Museum (MAM), Coventry, Baginton, (EGBE), UK, in 726 markings; restoration sponsored by ASP International completed 1997; May 3, 2006 noted; June 2015 last noted.
R-759 64-17759 05.06.65 08.06.73 crashed east of Thisted crashed MAP to Denmark, cn 6104
Canadair-built first flight January 25, 1965, to USAF on April 6, 1965 coded “FG-759 47759”, flown to MOAMA Brookley, AL; shipped to Denmark on MSTS "Croatan"; the aircraft arrived at Nørresundby, Denmark on June 5, 1965 with 10 flying hours; transported to Aalborg coded R-759 on June 5, 1965; to Esk 726 on September 15, 1965; to Esk 723 on September 22, 1965; to Esk 726 on May 4, 1966; green camouflage scheme on February 12, 1969; midair collision with R-647 on June 1, 1971 in the Sylt A/A Range during AIM-9 Sidewinder shooting; emergency landing at Skrydstrup AB; crashed June 8, 1973 at Thisted with 1.533 flying hours after several Compressor Stalls, after a test flight with a Mach 2 run loss of thrust occurred due to a Compressor Stall at Mach 1.8; pilot ejected safely, written off.
CF-104, built by Canadair, Canada
RDAF code serial nr del date wfu date fate status remarks
R-704 104703 07.06.72 01.01.84 withdrawn from use restoration Starfighter museum, Canada
first flight August 14, 1961 at Canadair in Cartierville, taken on service by RCAF as CF-104 s/n 12703 on November 22, 1961; extensively damaged (B Category accident) January 16, 1962 on initial delivery flight at SAC base Duluth AFB, Minnesota undershooting the runway on approach, aircraft catching the top cable of a BAK 7 net barrier at the SAC base at Duluth on final when his hook had accidentally dropped during the flight from Cold Lake to Trenton; January 22, 1962 back to Canadair and reinserted in production line for repair, redelivered to RCAF May 5, 1962; first unit CEPE, RCAF 1 Wing Marville, France on January 7, 1964; June 29, 1964 it was transferred to the 1 Air Division/3 Wing; July 22, 1965 it was transferred back to the 1 Air Division/1 Wing, Lahr; in April 1966 it was seen wearing badges from 441sqn at Marville, France; reserialled as 104703 effective June 2, 1970; struck off service September 24, 1971; sold to Denmark September 24, 1971, taken on service in Denmark as “R-704 on June 7, 1972 with 1.679 hours, 104703 went to the Danish AF as “R-704” because they already had an R-703 (c/n 683D-6085, USAF MAP serial 63-12703), Esk 726 February 28, 1974-December 1983; last flight December 21, 1983 by Esk 726 with 3.632 flight hours; withdrawn from use January 1, 1984; to Vandel AB as BDRT airframe on February 18, 1986; Billund Air Museum storage August 29, 1991 till June 1996; stored Vandel AB October 26, 1996, Karup AB stored May 3, 2006, stored Karup AB inside a shelter without wings September 8, 2007; stored Karup May 7, 2010 last noted; December 19, 2010 arrived at Aalborg to be shipped out in containers; July 14, 2011 arrival at Maine, USA; July 30, 2012 arrival at the Canadian Starfighter Museum at St. Andrew's Airport, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; November 8, 2012 under restoration.
R-757 104757 17.05.72 01.07.83 withdrawn from use scrapped scrapped in 2006
first flight March 9, 1962, taken on service April 19, 1962; May 5, 1962 delivery date to 6 ST/R OTU, Cold Lake; March 31, 1964 to 1 Wing, Marville, France; October 1, 1965 to 4 Wing, Sollingen; July 28,1970 renumbered from RCAF 12757; ferry flown from Lahr, Germany to SAL, Prestwick September 11, 1970 (this was the last flight of 757 for CAF); in storage at Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, UK; struck of service September 17, 1971; September 24, 1971 to Lockheed for MAP modifications; to Denmark as R-757 delivery date May 17, 1972 with 1.842 hours; Esk 726 on January 9, 1975; last flight June 30, 1983; wfu July 1, 1983 with 3.622 flight hours; February 4, 1986 transported to Flyvestation Tirstrup for BDRT training; after closure of Flyvestation Tirstrup instructional airframe (BDRT training aid) at Karup Air Base April 21, 1997; Karup storage 2006; the wings are educational material at a university nowadays, part of "Flyvevabnets Historiske Samling", May 3, 2006 last noted; fuselage to local scrap dealer in Denmark 2006 (name, place and date unknown), scrapped in October 2006.
R-758 104758 14.06.72 01.07.83 withdrawn from use scrapped September 15, 2010 scrapped
first flight March 10, 1962, taken on service May 1, 1962 with RCAF serial number 12758; June 6, 1962 delivery date to 6 ST/R OTU, Cold Lake; July 8, 1965 to 1 Wing, Marville, France; April 14, 1967 to 1 Wing, Lahr, Germany; July 28, 1970 renumbered to RCAF 104757; last operational flight June 29, 1970; ferry flown from Lahr, Germany to SAL, Prestwick September 11, 1970 (this was the last flight of 758 for CAF); in storage at Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, UK; struck of service September 17, 1971; to Denmark coded R-758 delivery date June 14, 1972 with 1.836 flight hours; June 14, 1972 to Lockheed for MAP modifications; operated by Esk 726 from June 6 1974 until June 1983, last flight June 10, 1983; withdrawn from use July 1, 1983 with 3.521 flight hours; on February 4, 1986 transported to Tirstrup Air Base for BDRT training; instructional airframe (BDRT) Karup AB October 4, 1989; BDRT Karup AB (EKKA), Denmark June 9, 2000 noted; back at Tirstrup AB (ABDR) July 2007 noted, October 8, 2007 at Tirstrup AB last noted; R-758 to scrap dealer early May.2010; September 15, 2010 scrapped.
R-771 104771 29.11.71 27.12.83 Gate Guard Aalborg display June 2015 last noted
first flight April 6, 1962, ready at Canadair on October 3, 1962; taken on service by RCAF on November 9, 1962; assigned to 6 ST/R OTU at RCAF Station Cold Lake on November 19, 1962; November 26, 1964 to 3 Wing, Zweibrucken; June 30 1966 to 4 Wing, Sollingen; May 3, 1967 to 3 Wing; July 3, 1970 last operational flight; struck off service by CAF on November 24, 1971;sold to Denmark on November 24, 1971 with 1.837 flight hours; November 29, 1971 IRAN for MAP modification; coded R-771 with Esk 726 August 16, 1973-December 1983 with sn 12771; last flight December 27, 1983; struck off service January 1, 1984; BDRT at Vandel AB on February 18, 1986; to Aalborg AB as a air base decoy on December 4, 1991; January 8, 1993 at Aalborg AB as Gate Guard in green camouflage scheme; restoration at Aalborg AB in 2003; on pole at a roundabout near the Gate at Aalborg AB in grey/white camouflage scheme in April 2003; May 11, 2008 noted; June 2015 last noted.
R-812 104812 07.06.72 13.12.82 withdrawn from use dump fire fighting trainer Karup AB
first flight June 29, 1962, ready at Canadair January 16, 1963; first unit 3 Wing, Zweibrucken in 1983; June 24, 1970 last operational flight with CAF; September 15, 1970 to SAL, Prestwick; to Lockheed for MAP modifications; delivery date RDAF June 7, 1972 with 1.771 hours, to Denmark coded as R-812 with 726 Esk May 16, 1975; repainted in glossy green camouflage scheme on September 2, 1980; last flight December 3, 1982 with 3.249 hours; withdrawn from use December 13, 1982; February 18, 1986 to Vandel AB for BDRT; October 17, 1989 instructional airframe Karup Air Base (BDRT); rescue training aid with complete aircraft June 9, 2000 noted; January 19, 2007 last noted; November 3, 2008 fire dump at Karup AB; September 2014 last noted.
R-814 104814 14.06.73 29.12.83 withdrawn from use display Egeskov "Veterans Museum" (EVM)
first flight July 4, 1962, ready at Canadair January 29, 1963; accepted by RCAF on February 22, 1963; June 8, 1965 to 3 Wing, Zweibrucken; June 26, 1969 to 1 Wing, Lahr; July 11, 1969 to 4 Wing, Sollingen; withdrawn from use June 19, 1970 with 1.823 flight hours; July 28,1970 renumbered CAF 104814; February 24, 1972 to Lockheed for modifications to MAP standards; January 24, 1973 transported to Aalborg AB; February 14, 1973 modified with Martin Baker DQ-7 ejection seat; June 15, 1973 as R-814 to 723 Esk; repainted in glossy green camouflage scheme on November 3, 1978; last flight December 29, 1983 with 3.669 flight hours; withdrawn from use January 1, 1984; preserved at Egeskov Castle "Veterans Museum" (EVM) at Kvaerndrup April 3, 1987, Esk 723 markings; May 3, 2006 noted, June 23, 2011 last noted.
R-819 104819 08.06.72 05.09.78 crashed near Vildsund crashed aircraft exploded over Vilsund, DK
first flight August 6, 1962, ready at Canadair January 31, 1963; accepted by RCAF on February 25, 1963; in 1965 to 3 Wing, Zweibrucken; January 23, 1969 to 1 Wing, Lahr; June 26, 1970 last CAF flight; withdrawn from use June 26, 1970 with 1.823 flight hours; July 28,1970 renumbered CAF 104819; sold to Denmark on September 17, 1971; June 6, 1972 to Aalborg for modifications to MAP standards; 1973 modified with Martin Baker DQ-7 ejection seat; delivered March 19, 1974 with 1.823 hours; March 21, 1974 coded “R-819” to 723 Esk; crashed September 5, 1978 near Vilsund, Denmark due to a horizontal stabilizer break-up in a jet-wash during ACM; pilot Hav. P.E. Hansen ejected safely. The aircraft exploded over Vilsund, Denmark.
R-825 104825 15.06.72 05.11.82 withdrawn from use display Aalborg AB, traveling exhibit
first flight August 15, 1962; ready at Canadair on March 7, 1963; delivery date to RCAF coded 12825 on March 27, 1963; to 4 Wing, Sollingen in 1963; last operational flight by CAF on June 18, 1970; to CAF Det. Prestwick in September 1970; withdrawn from use on June 15,1972; transported to Aalborg on June 15, 1972; delivery date June 15, 1972 with 1.645 flight hours; coded “R-825” to Esk 726 on November 15, 1973; last flight November 5, 1982 with 3.539 flight hours; BDRT at Aalborg on February 18, 1986 with tail of R-896; restoration in 1992; gate guardian at Escadrille 726 Aalborg Air Base 1994-2001; stored Aalborg AB 2003 noted; June 9, 2007 noted; December 19, 2010 retired technicians working on R-825 to convert it into a traveling exhibit; January 2011 noted; June 9, 2012 first noted after restoration; preserved (mobile) in a HAS June 2016 noted.
R-832 104832 19.06.72 20.06.84 withdrawn from use preserved Løvenstad, Norway, cockpit private
first flight September 6, 1962; ready at Canadair on March 7, 1963; delivery date to RCAF coded 12825 on April 7, 1963; to 4 Wing at CFB Sollingen in 1963; to 1 Wing at CFB Lahr on April 4, 1967; last operational flight by CAF on May 5, 1970; to CAF Det. Prestwick on September 16, 1970; in storage at Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, UK; withdrawn from use on June 16,1972; transported to Aalborg on June 16, 1972; delivery date June 15, 1972 with 1.825 flight hours after MAP modifications; coded “R-832” to Esk 723 on October 12, 1973; Esk 726 on January 1, 1984; last flight June 20, 1984 with 4.012 flight hours; withdrawn from use on July 2, 1984; BDRT at Aalborg AB on October 19, 1984; preserved as Gate Guard at Karup AB near Escadrille 723 area in August 1988; stored Aalborg AB 2002; May 3, 2006 last noted, to local scrap dealer in Denmark at Bjerringbro in October 2006, cockpit private owned by Jens Rino Haugen, a cockpit collector, Vik, Norway in November 2006 (front fuselage only in a good shape), June 2016 last noted; private owned at Løvenstad (some 5km SW of Kjeller) and 17 km East of Oslo May 11, 2017 first noted.
R-846 104846 16.05.72 10.07.84 withdrawn from use restoration RCAF museum, Canada
first flight October 2, 1962 with Canadair, Montreal, delivery date July 22, 1963 and transported to Europe; first assigned to 1 Air Division, 439 ST/R Squadron, 1 Wing at Marville, France; at the 1966 Tiger Meet in RAF Leuchars, Scotland, was flown by both 441 and 439 sqn, sold to Denmark on September 24, 1971 and overhauled by Scottish Aviation, struck off service by the CAF on May 16, 1972; taken on service by the Royal Danish Air Force (Kongelige Dansk Flyvevaaben) coded “R-846” on May 16, 1972 with 1.821 hours by 726 Esk at Aalborg; struck off service on July 10, 1984 with 3.553 flight hours; on July 10, 1984 flown to Vaerlose AB; on July 11, 1984 put in storage; and stored in RDAF Museum at Billund AB on June 7, 1988 where it stayed until the museum closed in 1998, 1998 stored at Vandel AB, last noted at Vandel AB October 2002; stored Karup AB 2003; was first noted without radome inside shelter in July 2007; R-846 stored Flyvestation Karup April 26, 2008 last noted; bought by Steve Alex; December 19, 2010 R-846 arrived at old home base Aalborg Airbase to be shipped out in containers; July 14, 2011 arrival at Maine, USA; trucked to the RCAF museum in Calgary in June 2013; planned as Cold War display in a building that will look like a NATO HAS; July 2014 noted under restoration.
R-851 104851 08.06.72 20.10.83 withdrawn from use display "Garnisonsmuseum", Aalborg
first flight October 15, 1962, taken on service by RCAF August 23, 1963 with 430 sqn, 2 Wing; Grostenquin, France; to 4 Wing on February 14, 1964; July 2, 1970 last CAF flight; to CAF Det. Prestwick on September 11, 1970; in storage at Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, UK; struck off service June 8, 1972 with 1.755 flight hours; transported to Aalborg on June 8, 1972; taken on service by RDAF June 8, 1972 coded "R-851"; Esk 726 October 24, 1975-October 1983, last flight on October 20, 1983; withdrawn from use October 1983; struck off service January 1, 1984 with 3.185 flight hours; Aalborg AB fire dump for crash training 1984, stored at Aalborg AB 1997, preserved at "Aalborg Garnisonsmuseum" as R-851 in light grey camouflage in 2002 noted; May 3, 2006 noted; June 2015 last noted.
R-855 104855 08.06.72 06.12.83 withdrawn from use display Muzeum Krakow, Poland
first flight October 25, 1962; taken on service by RCAF August 8, 1963 with CEPE, Ottawa; to 1 Wing at Lahr on June 29, 1964; to 4 Wing at CFB Sollingen on July 10, 1964; April 5, 1967 to 1 Wing; September 3, 1970 last CAF flight to CAF Det. Prestwick; in storage at Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, UK; sold to Denmark on September 24, 1971; struck off service June 6, 1972 with 1.805 flight hours; transported to Aalborg on June 6, 1972; taken on service by RDAF June 8, 1972 coded "R-855"; Esk 723 November 19, 1976; last flight on December 6, 1982; it flew with 723 Esk only; withdrawn from use January 1, 1984 with total flight hours of 3.048; instructional (NBC trainer) at Farum NBC school on March 4, 1986; to Aalborg AB on August 21, 1994 where it was completely restored and was planned to become Gate Guard with 726 Esk; noted in 2003, undergoing restoration at Aalborg Air Base, May 3, 2006 noted; R-855 preserved as a Gate Guard in the old Esk 726 shelter area Aalborg AB June 2007; R-855 removed in September 2010; December 19, 2010 ready at Karup Airbase for transportation to the Aircraft Museum in Krakow, Poland: Starfighter R-855 is now to be found in Krakow, Poland at the Muzeum Lotnictwa Polkiego, located on the former airfield Rakowice, June 3, 2011 first noted; August 2017 noted.
R-887 104887 08.06.72 18.08.82 crashed near Fjerritslev crashed total electrical (instrument) failure
first flight May 3, 1963; taken on service by RCAF as CF-104 serial number 12887 on July 18,1963; first unit 4 Wing, Sollingen, 1 Air Division; August 29, 1963 to 3 Wing, Zweibrucken; January 29, 1968 to 1 Wing, Lahr; last flight with CAF on May19,1970; reserialled as 104887 on June 2, 1970; to SAL Prestwick on September 29, 1970; sold to Denmark on September 24, 1971; airlifted to Aalborg on June 8, 1972; taken on service by RDAF coded “R-887” on June 8, 1972 for MAP modifications; to Esk 723 on February 17, 1975; crashed as R-887 with Eskadrille 723 RDAF on August 18,1982 near Fjerritslev due to total electrical (instrument) failure in clouds; pilot ejected safely; 3.093 flight hours; written off.
R-888 104888 13.06.72 22.12.83 withdrawn from use display "Danmarks Flymuseum" at Stauning
flight May 13, 1963; taken on service by RCAF as CF-104 serial number 12888 July 24, 1963; first unit 4 Wing, Sollingen, 1 Air Division; October 2, 1963 to 430 sqn, 2 Wing; February 5, 1964 4 Wing, Sollingen; June 19, 1967 1 Wing, Lahr; last flight with CAF on April 15, 1970; reserialled as 104888 effective June 2, 1970; to SAL Prestwick on September 11, 1970; sold to Denmark on September 17; 1971; airlifted to Aalborg on June 13, 1972; taken on service by RDAF coded “R-888” on June 13, 1972 for MAP modifications; to Esk 723 on August 21, 1974; last flight by RDAF on December 22, 1983; withdrawn from use by RDAF on January 1, 1984 with 3.271 flight hours; to Aalborg Science Museum (Aalborg, Denmark) for preservation on November 26, 1986; preserved at "Aalborg Science Museum", Aalborg 2001 noted; preserved as display at Stauning, Denmark with Dansk Veteranflysamlung (Aircraft museum at Stauning) 2001 noted; September 15, 2006 noted; Danmarks Flymuseum at Stauning AP; August 2015 noted.
R-896 104896 15.06.72 26.06.83 withdrawn from use display Danmarks Tekniske Museum at Helsingør
first flight July 11, 1963; taken on service by RCAF as CF-104 serial number 12896 September 5, 1963; first unit 2 Wing, 1 Air Division; October 3, 1963 to CEPE; February 7, 1964 4 Wing, Sollingen; last flight with CAF on June 24, 1970 with 1.834 flight hours; reserialled as 104896 effective June 2, 1970; to SAL Prestwick on September 4, 1970; sold to Denmark on June 14; 1972; airlifted to Aalborg on June 15, 1972; taken on service by RDAF coded “R-896” on June 15, 1972 for MAP modifications tail of R-707; to Esk 723 on February 14, 1974; last flight by RDAF on June 28, 1983; withdrawn from use by RDAF on July 1, 1984 with 3.271 flight hours; moved to Nordsjællands Flyvemuseum on September 6, 1989 and was displayed there; preserved at Aalborg "Gilette Mach 3" sponsoring in July 1999, permanent display at the Danish Technical Museum in Helsingør (Danmarks Tekniske Museum), Esk 723 marks; 2001 noted, February 24, 2006 noted; July 1, 2007 noted; July 8, 2008 noted; August 18, 2012 last noted.
SAL: Scottish Aviation Limited, at Prestwick
CF-104D, built by Lockheed
RDAF code serial nr del date wfu date fate status remarks
RT-654 104654 16.03.72 01.07.83 withdrawn from use display Hjallerup Mekaniske Museum
ready at Lockheed on October 12, 1964; taken on service by RCAF as CF-104D Mk 2 (Dual Training Aircraft), serial number 12654 on November 18, 1964; delivery date to SAL, Prestwick on January 8, 1965; first unit 3 Wing, 1 Air Division at CFB Zweibrucken on January 15, 1965; 1 Wing at CFB Lahr on February 24, 1969; reserialed as 104654 effective June 1970; to SAL, Prestwick for storage on September 11, 1970; sold to Denmark September 24, 1971; struck off service by CAF on November 23, 1971; taken on service by the RDAF coded as “RT-654” on March 16, 1972 with 1.310 flight hours; IRAN to MAP standard and fitted with the Martin Baker Mk. DQ-7A ejection seat on March 20, 1972; Esk 726 on September 29, 1972 painted flat dark green; May 12, 1975 IRAN and J-79-GE-11 engine installation; Esk 723 on January 19, 1976; withdrawn from use July 1, 1983 with 3.316 flight hours; instructional airframe (GI) at Air Force Technical School Vaerlose AB on July 22, 1983; June 24, 2008 last noted; RT-654 is preserved at the Airforce Special school, Værløse (Flyvevåbnets Specialskole i Værløse) June 24, 2008; September 2, 2008 moved to Aalborg Flyvestation for restoration; arrived at Hjallerup Mekaniske Museum December 9, 2008 (owned by Tøjhusmuseet (Royal Danish Arsenal Museum), Copenhagen); on display at 2009 season start, preserved with 723 Esk markings; February 2017 noted.
RT-655 104655 22.02.72 18.10.84 withdrawn from use preserved scrap dealer at Bjerringbro
ready at Lockheed on October 26, 1964; delivery date as 12655 to SAL, Prestwick on November 3, 1964 as Mk 2 (Dual Operational Aircraft); taken on service by RCAF as CF-104D serial number 12655 on November 28, 1964; first unit 1 Wing, 1 Air Division on March 8, 1965 at CFB Lahr; 4 Wing at CFB Sollingen on June 12, 1970; reserialled as 104655 effective June 2, 1970; to SAL, Prestwick for storage on August 14, 1970 with 1.095 flight hours; sold to Denmark September 24, 1971; delivery date to Denmark coded “RT-655” on February 22, 1972; IRAN to MAP standard and fitted with the Martin Baker Mk. DQ-7A ejection seat and painted flat dark green on February 29, 1972; Esk 723 on August 29, 1972; August 5, 1975 IRAN and J-79-GE-11 engine installation; April 19, 1978 painted in the gloss dark green scheme; Esk 726 on January 1, 1984; October 12, 1984 last flight; withdrawn from use October 18, 1984 with 3.440 flight hours; to Karup Air Base for BDRT assessment training aid on February 13, 1986; May 3, 2006 last noted; moved to scrap dealer Orla`s Produktforretning (Orla`s Product shop) at Bjerringbro, Denmark sometime between November 2006 and January 2007; the aircraft is displayed as his own aircraft April 20, 2007 first noted; scrap dealer name is Jatob at Bjerringbro, previous called Orla`s Produktforretning (changed name in 2008); its still preserved at scrap dealers house at his scrapyard; August 2013 last noted.
RT-657 104657 26.11.71 28.04.86 withdrawn from use display Aalborg AB, at the F-16 hangar
ready at Lockheed on December 2, 1964; taken on service by RCAF as CF-104D Mk 2 (Dual Training Aircraft) serial number 12657 on December 13, 1964; test flight at SAL, Prestwick on January 20, 1965; entered service with 1 Air Division in Europe; 4 Wing at CFB Sollingen on January 21, 1965; reserialled as 104657 effective June 2, 1970; withdrawn from use on June 19, 1970; to SAL, Prestwick for storage on October 7, 1970; struck off service September 24, 1971 with 1.414 flight hours; sold to Denmark September 24, 1971; delivery date to Denmark coded “RT-657” on November 26, 1971; IRAN to MAP standard and fitted with the Martin Baker Mk. DQ-7A ejection seat on November 29, 1971; Esk 723 on June 29, 1972 painted flat dark green; December 5, 1974 IRAN and J-79-GE-11 engine installation; August 5, 1976 painted in the gloss dark green scheme; January 3, 1983 to Esk 726, last flight to Billund AB and struck off service April 28, 1986 with 4.002 flight hours, preserved in the RDAF Museum at Billund AB, Denmark 1986-1998; ex Billund AB August 21, 1998; stored at Aalborg AB in 2002; restoration in 2003; preserved on pole at Aalborg Air Base at F-16 Maintenance hangar, April 1, 2005 first noted, March 22, 2007 noted; January 2011 noted; June 2014 last noted.
RT-660 104660 20.04.72 03.01.83 withdrawn from use scrapped scrapped October 2006
taken on service by RCAF as CF-104D serial number 12660 on November 3, 1964; ready at Lockheed on February 8, 1965; delivery date to RCAF on March 2, 1965; to SAL, Prestwick on May 14, 1965 as Mk 2 (Dual Operational Aircraft); first unit 3 Wing, 1 Air Division on March 10, 1965 at CFB Zweibrucken; 4 Wing at CFB Sollingen on June 30, 1966; 3 Wing on August 3, 1967; 4 Wing on December 5, 1968; reserialed as 104660 effective June 1970; last operational flight with CAF on June 23, 1970; to SAL, Prestwick for storage on September 16, 1970 with 1.289 flight hours; sold to Denmark September 24, 1971; delivery date to Denmark coded "RT-660" on April 20, 1972 with 1.292 flight hours; IRAN to MAP standard and fitted with the Martin Baker Mk. DQ-7A ejection seat and painted flat dark green on April 22, 1972; Esk 726 on November 9, 1972; August 18, 1975 IRAN and J-79-GE-11 engine installation; September 15, 1976 painted in the gloss dark green scheme; December 28, 1982 last flight with 3.006 flight hours; withdrawn from use January 3, 1983; to Tirstrup AB as BDRT on February 4, 1986; to Karup AB for BDRT on August 30, 1989; dismantled and painted white at Karup AB 1998, 2003 last noted; complete aircraft to scrap dealer Orla`s Produktforretning (Orla`s Product shop) at Bjerringbro, Denmark in early October 2006, scrapped in late October 2006, completed by November 2, 2006.
RT-662 104662 19.06.72 01.01.84 withdrawn from use scrapped scrapped April 2011
ready at Lockheed on February 19, 1965; taken on service by RCAF as CF-104D Starfighter Mk 2 (Dual Operational Aircraft) serial number 12662 on March 13, 1965; delivery date as 12662 to SAL, Prestwick on April 29, 1965; first unit 1 Air Division, with 3 Wing at CFB Zweibrücken, Germany May 21, 1965; February 25, 1969 to 1 Wing CFB Lahr; reserialled as 104662 effective June 1970; last flight to SAL October 5, 1970 with 1.377 flight hours; struck off service by CAF September 24, 1971; sold to Denmark September 24, 1971; taken on service June 19, 1972; airlifted to Aalborg for IRAN and modifications to MAP standards; glossy dark green camouflage scheme on February 11.1976; coded as “RT-662” April 2, 1976 with Esk 726; withdrawn from use by RDAF January 1, 1984 with 2.917 flight hours; to Skrydstrup AB for BDRT February 25, 1986; to RDAF Central Workshop (Skrydstrup AB) for preservation 2002 noted; instructional airframe (BDRT) Skrydstrup Air Base; July 2006 noted; May 14, 2008 noted; June 5, 2010 last noted; scrapped April 13, 2011 by the company Jatob Aps (formerly known as Orla’s Produktforrretning from Bjerringbro).
RT-664 104664 15.05.72 20.02.84 withdrawn from use scrapped scrapped May 2011
ready at Lockheed on April 1, 1965; taken on service by RCAF as CF-104D Starfighter Mk 2 (Dual Operational Aircraft) serial number 12664 on April 1, 1965; delivery date as 12662 to SAL, Prestwick on April 30, 1965; first unit 1 Air Division, with 4 Wing at CFB Söllingen, Germany May 11, 1965; reserialled as 104664 effective June 2, 1970; last flight to SAL September 18, 1970 with 1.364 flight hours; struck off service by CAF September 24, 1971; sold to Denmark September 24, 1971; May 15, 1972 airlifted to Aalborg for IRAN modifications to MAP standards; painted in the gloss dark green scheme before entering service; but RT-664 was the only one of the three to leave the IRAN without the RWR antennas underneath the nose and the aft fuselage, but it only flew without the antennas one month before being selected as the prototype for the APR-37D/ARP-45D RWR equipment; taken on service by RDAF coded as “RT-664” May 22, 1975 with Esk 723; January 1, 1984 to Esk 726; withdrawn from use by RDAF February 20, 1984 with 3.110 flight hours; to Aalborg AB for BDRT February 18, 1986, December 2000 noted, preserved Aalborg AB, October 2002 noted; stored May 05, 2009 last noted; to be broken up at Aalborg AB and transported to Bjerringbro for scrapping in 2011; scrapped May 2012 by the company Jatob Aps (formerly known as Orla’s Produktforrretning from Bjerringbro).
RT-667 104667 05.06.72 03.01.83 withdrawn from use display Svedinos Museum, Ugglarp, Sweden
ready at Lockheed on May 17, 1965; taken on service by RCAF as CF-104D Starfighter Mk 2 (Dual Operational Aircraft) serial number 12664 on May 28, 1965; delivery date as 12667 to SAL, Prestwick on June 22, 1965; first unit 1 Air Division, with 4 Wing at CFB Söllingen, Germany June 28, 1965; 1 Wing 0m July 21, 1967; 3 Wing, Zweibrücken on December 12, 1967; reserialled as 104667 effective June 2, 1970; last flight with CAF on June 15, 1970; to Scottish Aviation Limited at Prestwick, Scotland on October 1, 1970 with 1.306 flight hours; sold to Denmark September 24, 1971; struck of service by CAF on June 5, 1972; taken on service by RDAF as CF-104D s/n “RT-667” on June 5, 1972; painted in the gloss dark green scheme before entering service; Esk 723 on November 19, 1975; last flight on December 28, 1982 with 2.800 flight hours; withdrawn from use by RDAF on January 3, 1983 and stored (decoy) at Aalborg AB on February 18, 1986; October 1989 at North Zealand Aviation Museum Slangerup AB, Denmark, 723 marks; 2001 noted; preserved Svedinos Biloch Flygmuseum, Ugglarp, near Halmstad, Sweden, displayed in Danish markings; June 7, 2006 first noted; May 2014 noted.
TF-104G, built by Lockheed
RDAF code
serial nr del date wfu date fate status remarks
RT-681 63-12681 23.11.64 13.06.75 crashed at Fynshoved crashed crashed at Fynshoved into sea
construction number 583C-5525; manufactured by Lockheed; assembly at Lockheed, Palmdale; Lockheed test flights on July 31, 1964 at Palmdale, CA; USAF delivery date on August 6, 1964 to Brookley AFB, Mobile, Alabama; MAP to Denmark on November 23, 1964 by ship “USS Fiddler” to Nørresundby harbour; Esk 726 coded RT-681 on December 7, 1964; Esk 723 on October 6, 1966; February 4, 1969 painted in an all green camouflage scheme; crashed with Esk 723 on June 13, 1975 NW of Fynshoved due to a Compressor Stall with 2.508 flight hours, both pilots ejected safely.
RT-682 63-12682 23.11.64 07.02.86 to ROCAF "4151", wfu scrapped withdrawn from use
construction number 583C-5526; manufactured by Lockheed; assembly at Lockheed, Palmdale; Lockheed test flights on July 31, 1964 at Palmdale, CA; USAF delivery date on August 12, 1964 to Brookley AFB, Mobile, Alabama; MAP to Denmark on November 23, 1964 by ship “USS Fiddler” to Nørresundby harbour; coded RT-682 February 10, 1965 to Esk 726; Esk 723 in October 1966; March 10, 1969 painted in an all green camouflage scheme; repainted in glossy green camouflage scheme on July 3, 1976; Esk 726 on June 17, 1976; last flight February 7, 1986 with 4.399 flight hours, withdrawn from use April 30, 1986; preserved and disassembled at Aalborg and transported by road to Aarhus for shipment to Bremerhaven March 30, 1987; to ROCAF coded “4151” to 3rd TFW at CCK (Ching Chuan Kang) AB, withdrawn from use 1992; decoy 1999 last noted; likely scrapped.
RT-683 63-12683 19.12.64 06.03.86 to ROCAF "4152", wfu scrapped withdrawn from use
construction number 583C-5527; manufactured by Lockheed; assembly at Lockheed, Palmdale; Lockheed test flights on July 28, 1964 at Palmdale, CA; USAF delivery date on November 7, 1964 to Brookley AFB, Mobile, Alabama; MAP to Denmark on December 19, 1964 by ship “USS Croatan” to Nørresundby harbour; coded RT-683 January 22, 1965 to Esk 726; Esk 723 in October 1967; Esk 726 in April 1968; April 15, 1969 painted in an all green camouflage scheme; repainted in glossy green camouflage scheme on August 3, 1979; last flight March 6, 1986 with 4.197 flight hours; withdrawn from use April 30, 1986; preserved and disassembled at Aalborg and transported by road to Aarhus for shipment to Bremerhaven March 31, 1987; to Taiwan for ROCAF 1987 coded “4152” to 3rd TFW at CCK AB; withdrawn from use 1992; decoy 1999 last noted; likely scrapped.
RT-684 63-12684 05.06.65 11.04.86 to ROCAF "4153" scrapped withdrawn from use
construction number 583C-5528; manufactured by Lockheed; assembly at Lockheed, Palmdale; Lockheed test flights on September 28, 1964 at Palmdale, CA; USAF delivery date on December 18, 1964 to Brookley AFB, Mobile, Alabama; MAP to Denmark on June 5, 1965 by ship “USS Croatan” to Nørresundby harbour; coded RT-684 July 8, 1965 to Esk 726 with 9 flight hours; April 25, 1969 painted in an all green camouflage scheme; repainted in glossy green camouflage scheme on November 17, 1976; last flight April 11, 1986 with 4.476 flight hours; withdrawn from use April 30, 1986; preserved and disassembled at Aalborg and transported by road to Aarhus for shipment to Bremerhaven March 2, 1987; to Taiwan for ROCAF 1987 coded “4153”; operated by 8 TFS of 3 TFW at CCK AB, withdrawn from use 1992, scrapped 1999.
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