F-104G 25+07 JG 71 "Richthofen" at Wittmundhafen AB 1973

RF-104G, construction number 683D-8265, model 683-04-10, built by Fokker
manufactured by North Group (ARGE-Nord); KG+365 first flight May 25, 1964 at Fokker-Schiphol
RF-104G photoreconnaissance version modification at Weserflug in May 1964 with project "Bacchus II" (for 522 squadron of AG 52)
camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196"; acceptance date August 31, 1964 by BABwFokker (RNAF MTA)
departed Fokker factory for LVR 3 (Luftwaffenversorgungsregiment 3) on November 4, 1964 for technical upgrading
EB+251 AG 52 at Leck AB delivery date on February 2, 1965
25+07 modified to AWX (All Weather Fighter) version F-104G at MBB on April 9, 1970; JG 71 on August 31, 1970
withdrawn from use November 8, 1973 at LVR 1 with 1.560 flight hours; struck off charge order (AVA) November 8, 1973
instructional airframe at Erding coded "80+58" (old Postal zip code) mid 70s with JG 71 badges
coded "75+00" (old Postal zip code of Karlsruhe) on May 6, 1978; instructional airframe (GIA) at Erding coded "75+00" on January 21, 1984
instructional airframe at Erding coded "75+00" in MFG color scheme (first noted September 12, 1986); aft fuselage scrapped in 1989
forward section to OSLw at Fürstenfeldbruck in 1989; later it was seen at Neubiberg (HSLw)
25+07 front section in storage at Berlin-Gatow hangar 7 in June 2001 and May 2007
stored in Hangar 8 July 29, 2008; November 2009 last noted at Luftwaffenmuseum Gatow
cockpit display at Wehrgeschichtliche Lehrsammlung (WGLS) der OSLw 
at Offizierschule der Luftwaffe (OSLw), Fürstenfeldbruck, April 1, 2010 first noted
January 2017 last noted.

instructional at Erding coded "75+00" in MFG camouflage scheme >

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