F-104B 57-1294 “900/A” Jordanian Air Force, preserved as gateguard at the entrance of the Dutch Air Force camp at Azraq, Jordan.Find it with Google Maps
F-104B 902 (c/n 5010 – 57-1298), ex 9sq, Royal Jordanian Air Force, preserved on a roundabout at a town called Madaba.
It is unknown when it arrived but it was between 2001 and October 2009.
F-104A 911 (c/n 1077 – 56-789), without markings, ex 9sq, Royal Jordanian Air Force, Monta University, Al KarakFind it with Google Maps
F-104A 912 “J” (c/n 1085 – 56-797). ex 9sq, Royal Jordan Air Force, Preserved as monument at Balila along the highway nr 35.Find it with Google Maps
F-104A 913 “K” (c/n 1087 – 56-799) ex 9sq, Royal Jordan Air Force, Safawi-H5 town on pole.Find it with Google Maps
F-104A 916 “N” (c/n 1133 – 56-845),ex 9sq, Royal Jordan Air Force, Irbid US&T. Possibly it has been erected in between on a pole near the towns Irbid and Jerash. Who can confirm?Find it with Google Maps
F-104A 918 “O” (c/n 1059 – 56-771), ex 9 sq, Royal Jordan Air Force, preserved Amman Marka.Find it with Google Maps
F-104A 919 “P” (c/n 1079 – 56-791) ex 9sq, Royal Jordan Air Force, King Hussain Air Collega, Mafraq.Find it with Google Maps
F-104A 924 “U” (c/n 1122 – 56-834) ex 9sq, Royal Jordan Air Force, Safawi-H5 base on pole.Find it with Google Maps
F-104B 925 “V” (c/n 5016 – 57-1304), ex 9sq, Royal Jordanian Air Force, preserved as monument at Irbid.Find it with Google Maps
CF-104 (c/n 1043) 104743/8-743, ex 8AJU, Turkish Air Force, Al-Bayd university, Mafraq.Find it with Google Maps
F-104A (c/n 1???) 922 or 923, Royal Jordan Air Force, without any markings, preserved along the road from the city of Ajlun 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.
F-104A (c/n 1???) 9??, Royal Jordan Air Force, wearing “912” at the university campus of Amman – Jubajha.
First seen in 2008. Identity still unknown.
Unknown F-104A being 922 or 923 but wearing fake serial “752” on its tail. Preserved on a concrete base as a guard near HRH late Queen Alia’s tomb in the suburbs of Amman, at Ahel al-Bayt road, Balqa District. The aircraft is not in a very good shape, missing its original canopy. The divided tail wing proofs that this once was a Mirage decoy at Mafraq, pointing to 922 or 923.Find it with Google Maps