F-104G DC+111 JaboG 33 1963

F-104G, construction number 683-2088, company model 683-10-19, built by Lockheed
manufactured by Group USA (ARGE-USA); flight test release May 7, 1962; assembly in Fighterbomber version according contract lot 7
flown with register number "188" for test flights; acceptance date July 23, 1962 by BABwLockheed
coded KF+163 airlifted to Germany August 1, 1962 in a Canadair CL-44D airfreighter of "Flying Tiger Line"; reassembled by Messerschmitt and factory test flight September 29, 1962
project "Loreley" as Fighterbomber (for JaboG 33) with Vulcan M61 20 mm machine gun installed and long range tanks as loose parts
DC+239 JaboG 33 at Buchel AB delivery date on February 8, 1963; recoded DC+111 in June 1963; to MTT on August 30, 1965 for upgrading to a higher modification level
camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196" in 1965; damaged in accident November 10, 1966; to Messerschmitt on December 2, 1966 for repair
20+75 back to JaboG 33 on July 16, 1968; JaboG 32 on January 20, 1072; JaboG 33 on October 26. 1972; JaboG 31 on May 7, 1981
damaged beyond repair (DBR) at the intake after a bird strike on take-off at Norvenich AB on March 18, 1983
struck off charge order (AVA) September 13, 1983; to LVR 7 at Husum AB as instructional airframe (GIA) on June 7, 1983
August 1984 to Leck AB coded "24+76" for the 25th anniversary of AG 52; back to Husum in 1984; in 1985-1990 BDRT instructional airframe at Leck AB
coded "24+76" displayed at Leck AB 1986; September 8, 1989 noted; partly scrapped in July 1992; at Nordschrott (scrap dealer) 1993-1996 noted; scrapped 1996.

Project "Lorely": to equip 42 Fighterbomber for the second wing designated to convert being JaboG 33 (FBW 33) at Buchel.

DC+111 damaged in landing accident November 10, 1966 at Hahn AB
Pilot touched short of Rwy in poor visibility due to heavy rain,
the nose wheel sheared off and the aircraft skidded off the RWY.
Due to the amount of repair it was declared as an accident.

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"24+76" preserved at Leck, September 8, 1989