F-104 Starfighter

Major Richard Baughn Pilot with F-104 Starfighter, Edwards AFB, January 1958


Major Alan Boughton, F-104 Pilot of 476th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 479th TFW


Lockheed F-104 Starfighter Pilots,Test Pilot School Class 64C


NASA Lockheed F-104B Pilot John McKay, October 17th 1962

NASA Astronaut and Test Pilot Fred Wallace Haise, Jr, April 1966

Lockheed F-104 Starfighter Pilots, 1960’s

F-104B Starfighter Pilots of a Weather Recon Squadron, 1960’s

Lockheed XF-104 & Test Pilot Tony LeVier , Edwards AFB, 1954

Lockheed F-104 Starfighter Test Pilots Bob Mattey & Anthony W. Tony LeVier

Capt. Samuel H. Fields F-104 Starfighter Pilot of 331st FIS, Webb AFB, 1963

F-104 Starfighter Pilot Lt. Norman Huff of 435th TFS, 479th TFW

F-104 Starfighter, General Electric Test Pilot John M. Fritz,1960

NASA Research Pilot Milt Thompson with a Lockheed F-104 Starfighter, Dec 20th 1962

F-104 Starfighter Pilot of 337th Fighter Interceptor Squadron ‘Falcons’, 1958

Major Richardson (Chief of Physiology Lab) and Yeager with Lockheed NF-104, 1963

Gen Curtis Emerson LeMay with F-104B, 1958

Major Roy James Blakeley, F-104, 1960’s

Lockheed XF-104 (S/N 53-7786, the first XF-104) on Rogers Lake, Edwards AFB,

Operation “Jonah Able”, 83rd TFS, 72nd TFS and Taiwanese Pilots, at Tao Yuan AB, 1958

Major Robert W. Smith, Rocket Powered Lockheed NF-104A, 1962

USAF Major Robert W. Smith zoomed the rocket-powered Lockheed NF-104A to an unofficial record altitude of 120,800 feet.  This mark still stands as the highest altitude ever achieved by a United States aircraft from a runway take-off.

Captain Iven C. Kincheloe Jr.

XF-104 with Lockheed test pilot Tony LeVier

Lockheed Test Pilots Tony LeVier and Fish Salmon, 1957

Lockheed Test Pilot Joe Ozier