Type
C/N*

USAF/
RCAF
Serial No

Arrival in
Norway
Flight
hours on
arrival
Registration
until
01.09.72
Registration
since
01.09.72
Flight
hours
Remarks
RF-104G
4025
61-2625
26.10.63
19:40
FN-K
625
1878:10
Crashed 18-sep-1974. During decent through clouds on approach to Bodø from east, the plane crashed 2,7 kilometers east of Setså in Saltdal. The pilot, Lt Trond Sæthrum managed to eject, but he was still in the seat when it hit the ground, and he was killed.
RF-104G
4026
61-2626
07.08.63
16:05
FN-B
626
3384,1
Returned to USAF, England 30.06.81.
To Turkey 08.07.81
RF-104G
4027
61-2627
07.08.63
19:45
FN-C
-
1224:40
Crashed 21- jul-1971 in upper Tollådal in Beiarn. The pilot, Lt Atle Melling ejected safely with minor injury. FN-C was on a training mission in a two-plane formation when the accident occured
RF-104G
4028
61-2628
07.08.63
14:20
FN-D
-
1107:50
Crashed 10-feb-1971 in Steigen. The plane was one of three Starfighters on an intercept training mision from Bodø when the plane flew into the mountain Skotstind. The pilot, Ltt Terje Stærkebye, was killed instantly.
RF-104G
4029
61-2629
07.08.63
16:55
FN-E
629
3386,9
Returned to USAF, England 30.06.81.
To Turkey 08.07.81.
RF-104G
4030
61-2630
07.08.63
23:25
FN-F
630
3777,5
Returned to USAF, England 09.07.81.
To Turkey 15.07.81.
RF-104G
4031
61-2631
07.08.63
10:00
FN-H
631
3372,0
Returned to USAF, England. To Turkey 15.07.81.
RF-104G
4032
61-2632
07.08.63
17:05
FN-R
632
3275:00
Crashed on 18-Dec-1980. During a ground controlled approach to Bodø Airbase, the plane suffered a substantial loss of engine power. The pilot, Roar Strand, realised he would not reach the runway and decided to eject. He landed with minor injuries in Valnesfjorden. The plane came down in deep water at Skjærstadfjorden, aprox. 24 km east of Bodø Airbase.
RF-104G
4033
61-2633
07.08.63
11:45
FN-U
633
3373,7
Returned to USAF, England 30.06.81.
To Turkey 08.07.81.
RF-104G
4034
62-12232
07.08.63
12:45
FN-T
232
3465,9
Returned to USAF, England 09.07.81.
To Turkey 15.07.81.
RF-104G
4035
62-12233
07.08.63
11:10
FN-P
233
3377,0
Returned to USAF, England 09.07.81.
To Turkey 15.07.81.
RF-104G
4036
62-12234
07.08.63
10:45
FN-S
234
3245:57

Crashed 10-sep-1980 in the sea near Helligvær, aprox. 17 nautical miles northeast of Bodø Airbase. Two fighters had been on a mission to identify and photograph unidentified planes west of Lofoten. On approach to Bodø one of the fighters crashed in the sea after a series of abnormal movements. The pilot, Lt. Kåre Haugvaldstad managed to eject, but was too low for the shute to open. He was killed on the spot.

RF-104G
4039
62-12237
07.08.63
36:55
FN-A
-
1191:40

Crashed 10-feb-1971 near Steigen. The plane was one of three on an intercept training mission off Bodø, when it flew into the mountain Skotstind. The pilot, Lt. Richard Herbert Nyen was killed.

RF-104G
4040
62-12238
07.08.63
36:25
FN-N
238
2953:10
Writeoff in 17-jan-1978 at ramstein Airbase, Germany. The plane landed hard with only its nosegear extended. It skidded along the length of the runway, was caugt in the safetynet and came to a stop in a field about 30 meters off the runway. The pilot, kpt. Sverre Hans Wilhelm Aarkvisla was unhurt. The fighter was written off and brought to Kjevik, Norway for technical educational use. Scrapped in1984. The cockpit-section exists today in Bergen with a private collector.
RF-104G
4041
62-12239
26.10.63
22:40
FN-W
239
3385,6
Returned to USAF, England 09.07.81.
To Turkey 15.07.81.
RF-104G
4042
62-12240
26.10.63
13:20
FN-X
240
3584,1
Returned to USAF, England 30.06.81.
To Turkey 08.07.81.
F-104G
6102
64-17757
23.06.65
-
FN-L
757
3178,9
Returned to USAF, England 09.07.81.
To Turkey 15.07.81.
F-104G
6103
64-17758
23.06.65
-
FN-Y
758
2974,0
Returned to USAF, England 30.06.81.
To Turkey 08.07.81.
F-104G
6130
64-17785
07.02.66
-
FN-G
785
3184,9
Returned to USAF, England 30.06.81.
To Turkey 08.07.81.
TF-104G
5508
62-12263
06.09.63
15:35
FN-M
263
3179,8
Returned to USAF, England 09.07.81. To Turkey 08.07.81 where the plane crashed 04.04.85
TF-104G
5509
62-12264
06.09.63
12:10
FN-Z
-
817:20

Crashed on 17-nov-1970 at Ålborg Airbase, Denmark. The plane hit the ground only secounds after takeoff. The pilot, Stærkeby ejected safely, but the passenger, sgt. Ansgar Johannessen was killed.

TF-104G
5779
63-8469
08.06.75
-
-
469

2631,3
2744,4

Transfered from 331 to 334 squadron 08.07.81
WFU 334 squadron 13.07.82. Later given to FMU, Gardermoen.
TF-104G
5938
66-13627
01.06.75
-
-
627

2111,6

Crashed on 4-feb-1981 near Bodø. The plane was on a routine trainingmission and was undertaking a radar controlled landing at runway 08 in Bodø. Suddenly the engines RPM dropped and the crew decided to eject. Lt. Per Christian Torp (front seat) landed safely while Lt. Inge Støen suffered minor injury. Both landed on the base area. So did the plane which exploded on impact near shelter 16. The accident was caused by a canopy which was released and smashed against the left side of the plane. Pieces of plexiglas was ingested into the engine.

CF-104D
5302
104632
14.09.73
1072:30
-
4632
2623,1
WFU 19.11.82. Stored at Sola. Used as an exchange object by the Defence Museum. Exists today in the USA. This two-seater is owned by Rick Svetkoff at starfighters.net
CF-104D
5303
104633
21.07.73
1110:05
-
4633/633
2486,8
WFU 09.12.82. Stored at Sola. Used as an exchange object by the Defence Museums Lodestar and sent to the USA 11.11.87. Today has a civil registration N104JR in the USA.
CF-104D
5307
104637
15.06.73
1392:25
-
637
-
WFU 14.03.83. Stored at Bodø Airbase. This airplane is the one being evaluated for future airworthyness and flying.
CF-104
1017
104717
23.08.74
1750:00
-
717
3149,8
WFU 17.01.83. Stored at Sola. Given to educational purposes.
CF-104
1030
104730
13.08.74
1816:25
-
730
3218,8

WFU 14.03.83. Stored at Sola. From 14.03.83. borrowed from the central Defence Museum for permanent static display at the Sola Aviation Museum.

CF-104
1055
104755
25.04.74
2136:20
-
755
3543,5
WFU 07.01.83. Stored at Sola. Given to educational purposes in Skedsmo. Well kept at Kjeller
CF-104
1059
104759
16.10.73
1850:55
-
759
3412,6
WFU 22.11.82. Stored at Sola. Today on display at the Aeroplane Collection Gardermoen
CF-104
1066
104766
17.08.73
1230:25
-
766
2806,56
WFU 22.11.82. Stored at Sola. Today displayed on pedestal at LFK, Kjeller.
CF-104
1097
104797
09.10.74
1765:50
-
797
1871:10

Crashed on 29-jul-1975 at Revtind between Beiarn and Blakkådalen. The pilot, Lt. Per Yngvar Aas was killed. He was on a routine navigation trainingmission and probably hit the mountainside. The wreck was found 1150 meters above sealevel.

CF-104
1100
104800
22.02.74
1916:50
-
800
-
WFU 05.05.83. Stored at Bodø. Given to educational purposes, Asphaugen School in 1985
CF-104
1101
104801
26.07.73
1985:20
-
801
3357,7
WFU 13.07.82. Given to the central Defence Museum. Today on display at The Aeroplane Collection, Gardermoen
CF-104
1118
104818
26.02.74
1904:40
-
818
3146,9
WFU 03.12.82. Stored at Sola. Used for ABDR training at LSK, Kjevik.
CF-104
1133
104833
13.08.74
1841:50
-
833
2489:05
Crashed on 10-jun-1978, aprox. 17 nautical miles nort of Andøya. The plane was on a mission to identify three unknown vessels aprox 32 nautical miles from Hillesøy radar. After cicleing the targets twice, the fighter flew into the sea aprox. 5 nautical miles to the south of theese. The pilot, 2nd. Lt. Stein Ekholt was killed.
CF-104
1136
104836
09.10.74
1758:00
-
836
3156,3
WFU 17.11.82. Stored at Sola. Given to educational purposes, Bardufoss.
CF-104
1150
104850
19.11.73
1921:30
-
850
3482,5
WFU 06.12.82. Stored at Sola. Delivered to USA in 1994 as a trading object. Owned by Rick Svetkoff.
Iit is still in flying condytion
CF-104
1160
104860
14.02.74
1891:40
-
860
2779,8

Crashed on 8-jun-1979 near the island Spildra in Kvænangen. Just after completing a simulated missile attack on a small island norteast of Spildra, the pilot noticed reduced enginepower and loss of airspeed. As the afterburner was lit, the plane caught fire. The pilot, Squadron cief Col. Per Bøthun managed to eject, and escaped with minor injury.

CF-104
1170
104870
28.01.74
1859:05
-
870
3378,7
WFU 01.12.82. Bodø Airbase. Tildelt forsvarets del ved Norsk Luftfartssenter i Bodø.
CF-104
1182
104882
17.12.74
1831:35
-
882
2995,2
WFU 22.12.82. Stored at Sola.Given to Norsk Våpenteknologi at Kongsberg. Exists today as gatekeeper at Volvo Arero Norway, Kongsberg
CF-104
1186
104886
23.08.74
1782:10
-
886
2923,4
WFU 09.12.82. Stored at Sola. Given to Rygge Hovedflystasjon for ABDR-training. Privately owned by Terje L Grorud. On display at Rudshøgda, Hamar, Norway.
CF-104
1189
104889
22.05.74
1830:20
-
889
3215,3
WFU 25.11.82. Stored at Sola. Given to Sogn Videregående Skole. Is on display ay Torp Airport, maintaind by the assosiation Dakota Norway.
CF-104
1190
104890
09.10.74
1748:40
-
890
3134,6
WFU 12.01.83. Stored at Sola. Used for ABDR training at Bodø Airbase.
CF-104
1200
104900
14.05.74
1901:50
-
4900/900
3472,3

Crashed on 18-jan-1983 in the sea aprox 15 km west of Bodø. The pilot Lt. Bjørn Larsson, lost control of the plane at low altitude, but managed to eject safely.

F-104G
9010
2564
1977
-
-
104
-
Ex. Luftwaffe fighter bought to be put as gatekeeper at 331 squadron in 1977. Previous German registration: KH110 and JA246 from J.G.74. Plane built by SABCA, Belgium. On display at Bodø Airbase. Removed due to corrosion