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S E C T I O N S

MIG-29
MIG-21
ORAO
G-4 SUPER GALEB
G-2 GALEB

J-1 JASTREB

KA-27
SA-341/342 GAZELLE
Soko P-2 KRAGUJ
OTHER
FLYING STARS
IRAQI MIGS IN YUGOSLAVIA

In the June 1991. the former Yugoslavia began its violent break up when the Republic of Slovenia and then Croatia declared their independce from the Federeal Goverment in the Belgrade. When civil war broke out in the Bosnia a year later, the United Nations passed Resolution 757 introducing economic sanstions against Serbia and Montenegro.

When hostilitis came to an end with thesigning of the Dayton Agreement in November 1995. Federal Republic of

Yugoslavia had shrunk to less than one third of its previous size and comprised the republic of Serbia and Montenegro. As part of Dayton Peace Accord, the Yugoslav Air Force was required to reduce its combat aircraft inventory, which included J-1 Jastrebs, J-22 Oraos, Mig-21s, Mig-29s, Sa-341/342 Gazelle and G-4 Super Galebs.

In the list below you can see the inventory before 24 March 1999.

  Type No. Losses Role
1. MiG-29 Fulcrum 16 6 Intercept
2. MiG-21 Fishbed 60 2 Intercept
3. G-2 Galeb 20 15 (?) Training
4. G-4 Super Galeb 60 10 (?) Training
5. J-22 Orao 50 1 Ftr Bmbr
6. IJ-22 Orao 20   Rece
7. Mi-8 Hip 44 1 (?) Tnspt
8. Mi-14 3(?) 2 (?) Anti submarine
9. Mi-24Hind 2(?)   MUP (police forces)
10. Gazzelle 65 1 (?) Attack
11. Ka-28 2   Anti submarine
12. An-2TD Colt 6 4 (?) Tnspt
13. An-26 Curl 15   Tnspt
14. Yak-40 Codling 6   Tnspt
15. UTVA-75 30 2 (?) Training
16. Dornier Do-28D-2 2   Utility

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