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Lockheed F-104G Starfighter c/n 8245/1069 D-8245 of the Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF). The aircraft now serves as a statue on the premises of the Dutch Military Aviation Museum near the former Soesterberg air base, well visible from the adjacent motorway. The photo was taken on 22 March 2012. D-8245 entered service with the Dutch air force on 12 June 1964 and was phased out on 10 July 1984. Note the "Dusty II" cartoon figure on the fuselage. The aircraft actually flew operational sorties with this cartoon figure on fuselage and tail. There has also been a Starfighter with the first Dusty cartoon. That aircraft, Starfighter c/n 8337/1078 with registration D-8337, crashed near Alwinton Northumberland on 12 April 1983, killing the pilot (part of the wreckage still lies there in the open air). It is thought that the crew chief then decided to apply a Dusty II cartoon to D-8245.
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Photos of the crashed Starfighter D-8337 (Dusty I), taken in 2008 by the NEAM wreckology team
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