This Starfighter used to be part of the collection of the former Militaire Luchtvaart Museum (MLM) at Kamp Zeist, and was displayed on a pole along the entrance road to that museum. The museum closed in June 2013 and the inventory was transferred to the collection of the new Nationaal Militair Museum (NMM). This F-104 was recently placed on display as seen here, on an abandoned taxi track at the long closed Soesterberg Air Base, on the west side of road N413, about 200m from the entrance road to the museum.
"Tigris"! This Greek F-104G of 336 MPK was painted in a famous "Tigris" (Tiger) colour scheme as a remembrance to the illustrious days of the squadron in the NATO Tiger community. The Starfighter was delivered under the Foreign Military Sales programme to Greece in June 1972. Before that periode the US delivered it under FMS conditions to Spain (as C.8-5 within the Spanish Air Force). In March 1993 the Greek Air Force retired the type. You can still picture this F-104G, its preserved in this colour scheme at the Greek Air Force museum at Tatoi.
Strikingly painted F-104G of the Elliniki Polemiki Aeroporia (Hellenic Air Force). The Starfighter received the name "Olympus" (not carried) in remembrance to the magic Greek mountain. This 7151 once flew with the Marineflieger (German Naval Aviation) as 22+70. It was delivered to Greece in November 1981 and phased out in March 1993. The whereabout of the aircraft are unknown, it was last seen at Araxos in November 1993.