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Super Galeb G-4 Serbia (20932748396)

A Serbian Air Force G-4 Super Galeb. Kecskemet airhow (Hungary) in 2010. Something you don't see in western Europe. This G-4 is from 252.shtae at Batajnica.

Soko J-20 Kraguj

A J-20 Kraguj in private collection with Yugoslav marks at a 2009 local airshow at Čenej airport, Novi Sad, Serbia. J-20 Kraguj YU-YAA. Author: Mulag.

Utva-75

A flying school's plane.It is a Utva-75 with insignia of Slovenian Army. Picture taken by Roman Maurer on the Zagorje airfield.

OverviewEdit

When the former Yugoslavia broke up between 1991 and 1996, it's military equipment was ceased by local and regional forces, as was all the assets of the former nation. 

Kosovo war liberated in 1999, Montenegro became independent in 2006 and Vojvodina remains willingly united with Serbia.

The list is of former Yugoslavian made aircraft in Yugoslavia and those imported from the UK at the time and not as yet those imported from other nations at that time.

Trainers and liaisonEdit

Soko G-4 Super GalebEdit

  1. Serbia: Serbian Air Force operates 25 G-4 aircraft, but only 11 are effectively operational. 
  2. Croatia: ZPZ Enterprise operates 2 G-4 aircraft for civil purpose.
  3. Republika Srpska: Air Force inherited 1 G-4 aircraft.
  4. Montenegro: Air Force Inherited 17 aircraft. 11 G-4 Super Galebs, of which 8 are airworthy, were still located at the Golubovci airbase in 2008. 4 of these were used, but have subsequently been put up for sale. 6 aircraft were transferred to Serbia whilst 7 were sold to a private civil operator.

Soko 522Edit

  1. Yugoslavia- scrapped by 1991.

UTVA 75Edit

  1. Serbia- 14 aircraft.
  2. Montenegro- 3 aircraft (planned to be reactivated) and 1 in storage, pending sale to a private owner.
  3. Bosnia and Herzegovina- 2 aircraft. 1 was inherited from Bosnian-Serb Serpska and the other one was either Moslim Bosnia-Herzegovina- or Bosnian-Croat Bozneg Hertzog owned.
  4. Croatia - 11 aircraft, replaced in 1998.
  5. Macedonia - 4 aircraft, replaced after the Yugoslav civil war.
  6. Slovenia - 14 aircraft, replaced after the Yugoslav civil war.
  7. Kosovo- Vague wartime claims of 1 to 3, which were soon destroyed in the Kosovar War od Indipendence, according to the UK tabloid media.

UTVA Aero 3Edit

  1. Herzeg-Bosnia- reportedly 1 in storage and sold after the Yugoslav civil war.
  2. Moslim Bosnia-Herzegovina- reportedly 1 in storage and sold after the civil war.
  3. Serpska- reportedly 1 in storage and sold after the civil war.
  4. Montenegro- reportedly 1 in storage and sold after the civil war.
  5. Macedonia- reportedly 1 in storage and sold after the civil war.
  6. Kosovo- reportedly 1 in storage and sold after the civil war.
  7. Vojvodina- reportedly 1 in private storage and sold after the civil war.

Utva 66Edit

  1. Bosnia and Herzegovina- Bosnian Air Force.
  2. Croatia- Croatian Air Force.
  3. Macedonia- Macedonian Air Force.
  4. Republika Srpska- Republika Srpska Air Force.
  5. Serbia- Serbian Air Force (then some rumors of 1 in storage).

Ikarus Aero 2Edit

  1. Yugoslavia- scrapped by 1991.

Zmaj Fizir FNEdit

  1. .

Fighters, fighter-bombers and ground attackEdit

Soko J-20 KragujEdit

  1. Croatia- Former operator by 1989, but some civil war-birds remain.
  2. Republika Srpska- Former operator by 1989, but some stayed in storage until the end of the civil war.

Soko G-2 GalebEdit

  1. Serbian Air Force - 1 aircraft in operation.
  2. Bosnia and Herzegovina (civil war factions unknown)- scrapped.
  3. The Croatian Air Force briefly flew 3 examples captured during Operation Storm.

Soko J-21 JastrebEdit

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Soko 522Edit

  1. Yugoslavia- scrapped by 1991.

Soko J-22 Orao Edit

  1. Republika Srpska- 8, but 1 was destroyed in combat.
  2. Montenegro- 17 by the end of the Yugoslavian Civil War.
  3. Serbia- At least the current 42, plus one that crashed in 2010 and 6 who were sold to Myanmar s after the war.
  4. Slovinia- Vague wartime claims of 1 to 3 by the UK media.

Ilyushin Il-2 ShturmovikEdit

  1. Yugoslavia- scrapped by 1954, but 1 was an still is on display in Belgrade.

Republic F-84 ThunderjetEdit

  1. Republic of Serbian Krajina- 1 was blown-up by retreating troops in 1992 during the Yugoslavian Civil War\breakup of Yugoslavia.

UtilityEdit

UTVA-60Edit

  1. Croatia- number unknown.
  2. Republika Srpska-  number unknown.

Crop-sprayerEdit

Utva-65Edit

  1. Yugoslavia- Scrapped some time between the mid 1970s and the break-up of Yugoslavia.

Antonov An-2Edit

  1. Serbia- 1.
  2. Croatia- 8. 1 destroyed in 1992, during the Yugoslavian Civil War, 4 sold to aviation clubs and 3 retained as of 2004.

Cargo\troop transportEdit

Douglas C-47 SkytrainEdit

  1. Yugoslavia- 41, until scrapping in 1976, except for 1 which went in to storage in Bosnia.
  2. Republic of Serbian Krajina- 1 was blown-up by retreating troops in 1992 during the Yugoslavian Civil War\breakup of

Lisunov Li-2Edit

  1. Yugoslavia- Several Lisunov Li-2 that were scrapped by 1959.

HelicoptersEdit

Soko SA.342L1 GazelleEdit

  1. .

Aérospatiale/Soko Gazelle SA341Edit

  1. Montenegro- 14 manufactured under license by SOKO.
  2. Bosnia=- Number N\A.
  3. Serbia- Some, in storage by 2012.

Mil Mi-8Edit

  1. Motenegro- 4 retired from service, in 2012.
  2. Republika Srpska
  3. Republic of Serbian Krajina
  4. Bosnia
  5. Croatia
  6. Serbia

Aérospatiale/Soko SA.341H GazelleEdit

  1. .

Sikorsky H-19 Soko S-55Edit

  1. Some stored out of use in Bosnia (factional control unknown), Serbia and Croatia.

Westland WhirlwindEdit

  1. Some stored out of use in Bosnia (factional control unknown).
  2. Some stored out of use in Serbia.
  3. Some stored out of use in Croatia.

Westland WS-51 DragonflyEdit

  1. .

Also seeEdit

  1. Titoism
  2. Cold War
  3. Yugoslavia
  4. Helicopters
  5. Civil aircraft
  6. Tito–Stalin Split
  7. Trainer\liaison\ target tug aircraft
  8. Cold War secret police organisations
  9. Interceptor/Co'In/fighters/ground attack aircraft

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