F-104 Royal Jordanian Air Force
 
F-104 RJAF Database
 
serial type const. number unit status first noted last noted remarks
900/A F-104B 283-5006 9 sqn wfu 08.1969 2016 57-1294, dump Al Azraq 2009; NL Air Task Force detachment complex 2016.
901/B F-104B 283-5008 9 sqn civil 07.1969 2015 57-1296, N65354, stored "Starfighters" Kennedy Space Center (KSC), Florida, USA.
902/C F-104B 283-5010 9 sqn wfu 09.1969 2014 57-1298, display in town Madaba in 2009, on a roundabout.
903 F-104A 183-1055 9 sqn w/o 09.1969 1971 56-0767, crashed December 17, 1971 (shot down in Pakistan war)
904 F-104A 183-1062 9 sqn w/o 09.1969 1974 56-0774, crashed July 16, 1974, no details
905/D F-104A 183-1063 9 sqn wfu 09.1969 2005 56-0775, stored at King Abdullah AB, Amman-Marka
906 F-104A 183-1065 9 sqn w/o 09.1969 1972 56-0777, crashed September 14, 1972
907/E F-104A 183-1066 9 sqn sold 10.1969 2014 56-0778, N66305 (blue), preserved Warhawk Air Museum, Nampa, ID, USA
908/F F-104A 183-1068 9 sqn sold 09.1969 2010 56-0780, N66342, display Cavanaugh Museum, Addison, Texas, "FG-780" (see note)
909/G F-104A 183-1074 9 sqn sold 08.1969 2010 56-0786, N66328, Olympic Flight Museum, Olympia (KOLM), Washington, USA; restoration
910/H F-104A 183-1076 9 sqn wfu 09.1969 2000 56-0788, stored Safawi AB (ex Prince Hassan AB).
911/I F-104A 183-1077 9 sqn wfu 09.1969 2016 56-0789, display Mutah University, Karak (Governorate)
912/J F-104A 183-1085 9 sqn wfu 10.1969 2014 56-0797, display at Balila town (no code)
913/K F-104A 183-1087 9 sqn wfu 10.1969 2017 56-0799, displayed on pole at Safawi town; damaged by severe weather.
914/L F-104A 183-1127 9 sqn wfu 09.1969 2009 56-0839, dump Al Azraq / Al Shaheed Muwaffaq Salti AB
915/M F-104A 183-1131 9 sqn wfu 10.1969 2011 56-0843, destroyed at Ramtha city (see note)
916/N F-104A 183-1133 9 sqn wfu 10.1969 2014 56-0845, display at Irbid in Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST).
917 F-104A 183-1138 9 sqn w/o 10.1969 1971 56-0850, crashed June 6, 1971 after entering a spin
918/O F-104A 183-1059 9 sqn wfu 08.1972 2017 56-0771, preserved (stored) at King Abdullah AB (Amman-Marka IAP); restoration 2017.
919/P F-104A 183-1079 9 sqn wfu 08.1972 2010 56-0791, Gate Guard at King Hussein Air College, Mafraq AB (OJMF)
920/Q F-104A 183-1099 9 sqn wfu 08.1972 2002 56-0811, in camouflage scheme preserved Prince Hassan AB (H 5)
921/R F-104A 183-1112 9 sqn w/o 08.1972 1974 56-0824, crashed December 15, 1974
922/T F-104A 183-1070 9 sqn wfu 10.1972 1998 56-0782, dump Al Azraq / Al Shaheed Muwaffaq Salti AB
923/S F-104A 183-1081 9 sqn wfu 10.1972 2000 56-0793, dump Al Azraq / Al Shaheed Muwaffaq Salti AB, wfu July 1, 1977
924/U F-104A 183-1122 9 sqn wfu 05.1973 2014 56-0834, on pole Safawi AB (ex Prince Hassan AB).
925/V F-104B 283-5016 9 sqn wfu 10.1972 2014 57-1304, preserved as monument at Irbid city on a roundabout code 915A
 
56-0849 F-104A 183-1137 USAF w/o 1967 1967 crashed May 8, 1967 near King Hussein AB, Amman, Jordan
57-1302 F-104B 283-5014 USAF w/o 1967 1967 crashed March 18, 1967 near Prince Hassan AB, Jordan
 
Given information is based on best available references, any proven correction is welcome!
915 56-0843, destroyed at Ramtha, on a highway roundabout; 3232'6.42"N 360'12.29"E
November 21, 2011 the preserved F-104A on the entrance of the city of Ramtha has been destroyed and burned by rioters!
The riots are a result of a death of a 19 year old inmate who committed suicide and the people of Ramtha are blaming police brutality for his death!
Looking at the damage on the aircraft it most likely will be taken away and scrapped.
 
note: It appears that 56-779 received the tail section of 56-780 sometime while in USAF service. The visible sign of identifying an aircraft is by the serial number on the tail so after this happened, our aircraft #779 effectively became #780.
http://www.cavanaughflightmuseum.com/Starfighter.htm
note:January 29, 2017 F-104A 913/K which was preserved on a pole at Safawi town was damaged. The storm threw the aircraft from its pole and it smashed on the ground up side down breaking its main fuselage severely.
 
note: Unknown Jordan F-104A (c/n 1???) 9??, Royal Jordan Air Force, without any markings, preserved on a plinth along the road from the city of Ajloun to Amman. it does not wear any markings and very hard to identify the aircraft. It looks like it is one of the Mirage decoys from Mafraq because the tail wing is divided. First noted in 2010 but looks to be there already for some years; August 2015 last noted; 32.31721878N 35.75567627E.
 
compiled by: Hubert Peitzmeier
references: http://www.scramble.nl; http://www.i-f-s.nl/; http://www.aerialvisuals.ca/
update: @ January 30, 2017