RF-104G EA+110 AG 51 landing at Leeuwarden AB in July 1966

RF-104G, construction number 683D-8113, company model 683-04-10, built by Fokker
manufactured by North Group (ARGE-Nord); coded KG+213 first flight on June 18, 1963; to Weserflug (ARGE-Nord) in June 1963 for RF-104G modifications according project "Bacchus" (for AG 51)
camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196"; November 11, 1963 it was officially accepted by the German Air Force (BABwFokker)
EA+110 AG 51 "Immelmann" at Ingolstadt-Manching AB delivery date on November 14, 1963; 1969 AG 51 relocated to Bremgarten AB
23+94 JaboG 34 at Memmingen AB on October 26, 1970, modified as Fighterbomber in 1971 at MBB; JaboG 34 on July 9, 1971
JaboG 31 at Norvenich AB on December 18, 1975; JaboG 34 on January 30, 1976
EL-70/EL-73 Electronic Counter Measure (ECM) system was installed in the weapon system in the late 70s with tech order "TA-FL1191"
1977-1981 detached at Decimomannu AB several times; JaboG 33 on July 31, 1984
seen with JaboG 34 at Memmingen in October 1985, March 1986 and on July 31, 1986; LwSchleuse 11 for IRAN April 23, 1987; JaboG 34 on May 19, 1987
withdrawn from use at LwSchleuse 11 on July 1, 1987 with 3.489 flight hours, struck off charge order (AVA) January 13, 1986
BDRT-reserve airframe at Fassberg June 20, 1989 with training aid code "C045"
BDRT airframe (GIA) to Hopsten AB on March 3, 1994 with a CH-53 helicopter; seen 1994-2003; departure Hopsten 13, January 2003; arrival Dresden 14, January 2003
Reinhart Losch Dresden-Cossebaude instructional airframe (PMG Dresden GmbH, instructional for sheet metal worker), April 14, 2006 noted
September 2011 last noted; November 2012 to Baarlo, Netherlands at  BMW garage of Piet Smedts; under restoration June 2014 noted
restoration coded as "DA" in overall silver  colors in March 2015 at Baarlo, NL first noted; October 2015 last noted
March 17, 2016 arrived at Antwerp (Lint), Belgium, bought by AED studios from PS Aero earlier and displayed on the centre of a new roundabout at the AED studio premises
it is wearing code "RG 001" and a Belgium flag on its tail; the owner is Glen Roggeman (CEO) and the RG 001 stands for Roggeman Glen (RG); recoded "FX 007" in March 2017 first noted; October 2023 last noted.

Project "Bacchus": enclosed 42 RF-104G aircraft. They were modified before delivery either by Avio Diepen or by Weserflug. All RF-104G were intended for Reconnaissance Wing 51 (AG 51) at Ingolstadt/Manching.

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