F-104G 21+42 Jagdbombergeschwader 36 (JaboG 36) Hopsten 1974

F-104G, construction number 683D-7010, company model 683-10-19, built by Messerschmitt
manufactured by ARGE-Süd (South Group); assembly by Messerschmitt-Manching starting January 18, 1962 with parts from Lockheed
assembly in Fighterbomber version according contract lot 0; test flight by Messerschmitt on April 5, 1962 coded KE+310
acceptance date April 5, 1962 by BABwMTT; long term storage on July 30, 1962 under project "21" without engine and equipment
coded ND+110 to LPR 1 for traveling exhibition "Unsere Luftwaffe" on April 9, 1963; coded KE+310 again to Messerschmitt for modifications and equipment on May 22, 1967
planned for code DF+101 JaboG 36 in 1967, but number was not used due to call sign system change.
In 1967/68 the system was changed to the new German (tactical) serial numbers. The change was ordered on November 13, 1967.
camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196" in 1968; new test flight on February 19, 1968 at Messerschmitt
21+42 JaboG 36 at Hopsten AB delivery date on May 27, 1968; detachment Decimomannu AB in 1974
JaboG 32 at Lechfeld AB on April 14, 1975; JaboG 34 at Memmingen AB on March 20, 1984
EL-70/EL-73 Electronic Counter Measure (ECM) system was installed in the weapon system in the late 70s with tech order "TA-FL1191"
withdrawn from use and stored at LwSchleuse 11 on August 22, 1986 with 2.983 flight hours; struck off charge order (AVA) April 10, 1987
to WWDBw Munster (Wehrwissenschaftliche Dienststelle der Bundeswehr, Munster) for fire fighting test on March 24, 1987; scrapped.

Project "21": 21 aircraft from the ARGE-Süd production were provided with long-term conservation for the purpose of later rearmament and parked at Manching. 
Later, when enough retrofit kits were available the aircraft were upgraded.

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ND+110 with traveling exhibition "Unsere Luftwaffe" 1966