Before the International Air Tattoo moved to Fairford, the local USAF community rarely staged an open house. The F-5E is shown at one such rare occasion. The aircraft is in the inventory of the Tunisian air force these days.
There is a 9825 at the Technik Museum Speyer as well, but that is an imposter. A photo of that aircraft also exists in the AirHistory.net database, in slightly different colours and looking to be in a much better shape.
Falsely painted as Czech AF 9825, but is in fact former Luftwaffe 2049 and before that East German AF 705. The real Czech 9825 is on display at the Letecké Muzeum Kbely, and photos of that are also present in the AirHistory database.
This priceless two-seater trainer version was captured intact in Northern Germany and after WWII sent to the Armament Test Division, NAS Patuxent River for tests and evaluation. Later she was used as the template for reverse engineering newbuild machines on the the 'Me-262 Project'. In return she was restored to this immaculate condition and, although the link to Naval aviation may be a little tenuous, I was more than thrilled to see her at the National Naval Aviation Museum.
This aircraft made its first flight at Fishermans Bend on 27 September 1956 and was delivered to the RAAF the following month. After service at 1 BFTS, and later 76 Squadron as a FAC aircraft, it was stored dismantled at Moorebank , NSW between 1985 & 1996. Sold at auction in 1996 and civil registered as VH-KHZ on 11 February 1997. Re-registered as VH-EAD on 30 April 2002 and currently on loan to HARS.