Preserved in United States

55-2967

YF-104A (c/n 1013) 55-2967 as “FG-100”, USAF, preserved inside the Weisbrod Aircraft Museum in Pueblo Colorado.

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56-732

F-104A (c/n 1020) 56-732, USAF, former Chanute Air Museum, Rantoul MAP, Ill. After the museum was closed the aircraft was dismantled in July 2015 and brought over to Knoxville Tennessee to become a preserved 151 FiS aircraft. (Photo shows it still inside the Chanute Air Museum)

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56-733

F-104A (c/n 1021) 56-733, USAF, preserved at the Historic Aviation Memorial Museum (HAMM), Tyler, Texas with markings of 83 FiS.

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56-748

F-104A (c/n 1036) 56-748, USAF, preserved at Dyess AB.

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56-752

F-104A (c/n 1040) 56-752, USAF, preserved inside the Hill AFB Aerospace Museum as “56-753”.

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56-754

F-104A (c/n 1042) 56-754 as “FG-879”, USAF, preserved inside the Wright Patterson USAF museum. Currently under restoration at the Air Force museum location and likely to be put back on the pole soon after.

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56-759

F-104A (c/n 1047) 56-759 as “56-752”, USAF, preserved inside the Travis Air Base Museum.
Currently under restoration.

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56-760

NF-104A (c/n 1048) 56-760, USAF, preserved at Edwards Air Force Base on a pole.
In 2008 the aircraft was refurbished and got silver paint and also black sprayed canopy.

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56-778

F-104A (c/n 1066) 56-778, USAF, preserved within the Warhawk Air Museum in Nampa, Idaho. (Note: formerly until April 2013 it was preserved at the Merle Main aircraft collection at the Ontario Airfield in Oregon).

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56-780

F-104A (c/n 1068) 56-780, USAF, preserved at the Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Texas.

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56-786

F-104A (c/n 1074) “909/G” Royal Jordanian Air Force (ex USAF 56-786), preserved with Olympic Jet Inc, Olympia.
(Washington) It got once civil code N66328 on 14 April 2001.

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56-790

F-104A (c/n 1078) 56-790 (ex NASA N820NA), preserved Edwards AB at the Flight Test Historical Museum, as ’56-790″ in USAF colorscheme. It can be found outside on the century series circle area.

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56-795

F-104A (c/n 1083) 56-795, USAF, preserved with the Aero Engine Manufacturing company in Glendale. In the mean time this company is closed already for quite some time and we have no clue where the aircraft can be found today… who can help out? (Photo attached shows the aircraft after wfu at Davis Monthan AB AMARC).

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56-801

F-104A (c/n 1089) 56-801, USAF, preserved on a pole near the Oasis Recreation Center at Edwards AFB.

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56-817

F-104A (c/n 1105) 56-817, USAF, Preserved at the Pacific Aviation Museum in Pearl Harbour from May 2013 (formerly preserved at the Warner Robins Museum of Aviation until March 2013). Photo shows the aircraft as it can be found today inside the Pearl Harbour museum hall.

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56-886

F-104C (c/n 1174) 56-886, USAF, preserved as gateguard at Holloman AFB. Since 2012 it got a new colorscheme, lightgrey to represent an AFFTC F-104A with fake serial 56-764.

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56-890

F-104C (c/n 1178) 56-890 as fake F-104A 56-880 alias “60880” of the Tennesee ANG, USAF, preserved on a pole at Knoxville.

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56-891

F-104C (c/n 1179) 56-891, USAF, preserved at Sky Harbour.

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56-892

F-104C (c/n 1180) 56-892, USAF, preserved at Luke AFB

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56-898

F-104C (c/n 1186) 56-898, USAF, preserved inside the Kalamazoo Air Museum collection in TAC 479TFW 50s color scheme.

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56-901

F-104C (c/n 1189) 56-901, USAF, preserved inside the New England Air Museum in Hartford, Connecticut USA.
See also: http://www.neam.org/exhibits/restoration.asp

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56-910

F-104C (c/n 1198) 56-910, USAF, preserved in the Air Museum, formerly Lowry AFB area, Colorado.

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56-912

F-104C (c/n 1200) 56-912 as “60912”, USAF, preserved on a pole as gateguard at Sheppard AFB, Texas.

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56-914

F-104C (c/n 1202) 56-914, USAF, preserved National Air Force Museum, Dayton Ohio.

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56-919

F-104C (c/n 1207) 56-919, USAF, preserved inside the Brunswick Glynco Jetport.

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56-926

F-104C (c/n 1214) 56-926, USAF, preserved in Valley City, North Dakota.

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56-929

F-104C (c/n 1217) 56-929, USAF, preserved inside the Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, Alabama.

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56-932

F-104C (c/n 1220) 56-932, USAF, preserved on pole at Weatherford Thomas P Stafford Apt. Oklahoma.

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56-933

F-104C (c/n 1221) 56-933, USAF, preserved inside the Liberal Museum.

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56-934

F-104C (c/n 1222) 56-934 as fake NASA “N820NA”, USAF, preserved inside the Museum of Flight in Seattle.

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56-936

F-104C (c/n 1224) 56-936, USAF, preserved on pole near entrance of former Peterson AFB Air & Space Command Museum, Colorado Springs,
Municipal Apt as fake F-104A “56-808” of 83 FiS.

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56-938

F-104C (c/n 1226) 56-938, USAF, preserved on a pole at Keesler AB. It has recently been repainted and carries now Puerto Rico ANG markings.

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57-915

F-104C (c/n 1232) 57-915, USAF, preserved near Lockheed Martin Plant 42, Heritage Air Park at Palmdale, California.

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57-916

F-104C (c/n 1233) 57-916, USAF, preserved in Hampton, Virginia, inside the museum hanging on the roof.

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57-920

F-104C (c/n 1237) 57-920, USAF, preserved at Mc Entire ANG Base.

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57-1296

F-104B (c/n 5008) 57-1296 preserved in “Starfighter Demonstration Team” inside the operations hangar of the Starfighters demonstration team at Cape Canavaral. (currently prepared and lateron expected to be preserved outside).

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57-1301

F-104B (c/n 5013) 57-1301, USAF, preserved inside Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center, Hutchinson, Kansas. It is stated that currently the aircraft has been taken elsewhere for restoration because of its poor shape.

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57-1303

F-104B (c/n 5015) 57-1303, USAF, preserved inside the Sacramento Air Museum at Mc Clellan AB
(ex N819NA of the NASA).

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57-1305

F-104B (c/n 5017) 57-1305 as “57-1319”, USAF, preserved on a pole at Lackland AFB.

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57-1320

F-104D (c/n 5032) 57-1320, USAF, preserved inside the Jackson (New Yersey) Six Flags Park as part of the new Green Lantern rollercoaster.In between there are planned that it will leave this park, and maybe it has already been gone.

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57-1322

F-104D (c/n 5034) 57-1322, USAF, preserved inside the Huntington Wings of Freedom Museum, Huntington.

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57-1323

F-104D (c/n 5035) 57-1323, USAF, preserved inside the Pima Co Air Museum.

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57-1330

F-104D (c/n 5042) 57-1330 as “57-1312”, USAF, preserved in TAC colorscheme inside the Castle Air Museum.

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57-1331

F-104D (c/n 5043) 57-1331, USAF, preserved inside the USAF Armament Museum at Eglin AFB, currently known as Ft. Walton Beach, Florida. It was recently refurbished and has dark painted canopy glass.

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57-1332

F-104D (c/n 5044) 57-1332, USAF, preserved at Dutton, Montana.

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57-1333

F-104D (c/n 5045) 57-1333, USAF, preserved in Los Angeles on the wall of the Museum of Art.

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57-1334

F-104D (c/n 5046) 57-1334, USAF, preserved inside Burbank town, California.

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104701

CF-104 (c/n 1001) 104701 “701”, preserved for a long time at San Luis Obispo Airport, near the W.Fulton Air Parts company. In 2014 it was moved to Yanks Air Museum in Chino. Likely it will be restored and added to the display collection. Photo shows it in bare metal at Chino in November this year behind the camouflaged mock up Starfighter with code “56-925”. Initially this was a complete CF-104, lateron the frontsection was cut off and with a new owner an F-104A front section was mounted + lots of other components. For this reason a cn plate “1073” can be found of an old wrecked F-104A.

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D-8244

F-104G (c/n 8244) ex D-8244 Royal Netherlands Air Force. preserved within the PalmSprings Air Museum collection at Palm Springs, California, It arrived in June 2014 and added to the aircraft collection after it had been converted into F-104C 57-913, dedicated to a US Vietnam POW, LtCol Norm Schmidt (Da Nang 1965). See also http://palmspringsairmuseum.org/

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D-8331

F-104G (c/n 8331) D-8331, Royal Netherlands Air Force, preserved inside the Omniplex Science Museum in Oklahoma City.

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FX51

F-104G (c/n 9094) FX51 as USAF F-104A “FG813”, preserved at Easton Apt, Easton Newnam field in Maryland, donated by former owner Tom Blair since september 2013. To become mounted somewhere at the airport soon but in April 2014 it was still seen somewhere parked on the airfield. See also towing the aircraft during an event in autumn 2013: http://aloft.zenfolio.com/f-104tug/h6e291a7d#h6e291a7d

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FX65

F-104G (c/n 9108) FX65 as USAF F-104A “56-791/FG-791”, preserved on a pole at Alexandria, outside Rayford Enterprises along the Mc Arthur Drive. It is representing F-104A 56-791 flown by Robert A. Rayford (former owner of the the company) who died some years back on the age of 60.

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FX81

F-104G (c/n 9139) FX81 as Royal Dutch Air Force “D-8090”, is now preserved at the Inde Motor Speedway circuit at Wilcox, Arizona. Photo shows it inside the Air Victory Museum in Medford-NewYersey where it has been preserved till mid 2013.

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FX82

F-104G (c/n 9140) FX82, Belgium Air Force, nr 10 Wing, preserved inside the Planes of Fame Museum in Chino.

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FX84

F-104G (c/n 9142) FX84, as “N813NA” F-104N preserved inside the Evergreen Air and Space Museum in Oregon.

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Mockup F-104C

Lockheed Mock-up, preserved (with additional various F-104 parts) at the Yanks Air Museum at Chino. It came from March AFB Museum in April 2013.
The tail came from an old B or D and has been cut to represent an F-104A or C tail. (Owner Bruce Oriss). In 2010 it was repainted to show F-104C 56-925 as it based at Udorn AFB as “SMOKE II”.

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N811NA

F-104N (c/n 4045) N811NA, NASA, preserved inside the Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott.

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N812NA

F-104N (c/n 4053) N812NA, NASA, preserved at Palmdale (AF10 building) California, wearing old 60s NASA color scheme.

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N818NA

YF-104A (c/n 1007) 55-2961 as “N818NA”, NASA, preserved inside the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum in Washington DC.

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N824NA

TF-104G (c/n 5735) N824NA, NASA, preserved inside the Estrella Warbird Museum at Paso Robbles Apt. It has been recently moved from the gate to another location at the display line of this museum.

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N825NA

TF-104G (c/n 5939) N825NA, NASA, preserved at Moffett Field Historical Society Museum, at Moffet Field. In 2009 it has been totally restored.

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N826NA

F-104G (c/n 8213) N826NA, NASA, preserved at the Flight Research Center on Edwards AFB.

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Unknown-F-104A

F-104A (c/n ????) “56-751” , USAF, preserved on Grass Valley Airport (could be 56-755 or 56-756 with F-104C tail)

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