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|Lockheed F-104A Starfighter on display at Mu'tah University, Amman|
|57-1333 (cn 483-5045)|
Lockheed F-104D Starfighter mounted on the side of the Aviation Hall at the Museum of Science and Industry in Los Angeles.
|Starfighters are the only fully operational, civilian owned Supersonic Jet Team on the U.S. Airshow Circuit. |
Rick Svetkoff began his search for an F-104 Starfighter in the fall of 1988. Talks of F-104s being shipped to the U.S. gave him hope, however, it was not until early 1995 that he purchased his first F-104.
In 1997, in its first season, Starfighters took th...
|looks like a bunch of rotten F-104's. Another jet graveyard.||08/22/2005||453|
|4179 / 61-3083 (cn 583D-5754)|
Preserved at Li Jia Martyr's Shrine.
|The Incom T65 X-wing is a starfighter in the fictional Star Wars universe, first seen in the movie Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. It is depicted as the primary interceptor and dogfighter of the Rebel Alliance. ||09/26/2007||920|
|The F-104C (Lockheed Model 483-04-05) was the tactical strike version of the Starfighter. It was designed to meet the needs of the Tactical Air Command (TAC), which had earlier found the F-104A to be unacceptable because of its low endurance and its inability to carry significant offensive payloads.|
The choice of the F-104C by the TAC after it had found the F-104A to be unsuitabl...
Type: Douglas CC-129 Dakota 4M (DC-3A-467)
NASARR Dakota "Pinocchio" of the Canadian Armed Forces, Cold Lake AFB. Several air forces, including the Belgian, German and Canadian had some Dakota's modified to train future Starfighter pilots on the North American Search and Ranging Radar, which was housed in the pointed...