YUGOSLAVIA Fanboys club

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Re: YUGOSLAVIA Fanboys club

Postby XanderTuron » Tue 29 Aug 2017 18:29

FrangibleCover wrote:Maybe this thread would be better suited to being split across six different forums ;)

Are you saying that this thread should be... Balkanized?
My mouth is moving, but nothing relevant is coming out. Also I cannot guarantee that my research is perfect or even remotely accurate.

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Re: YUGOSLAVIA Fanboys club

Postby 47andrej » Tue 29 Aug 2017 23:16

Markenzwieback wrote:*differentiating intensifies*

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Who is this guy?
Can he sing as beautiful and heartbreaking as Rodoljub "Roki" Vulovic does?
Died he fly in some crop duster while Garda Panteri were jumping from it?
Did he sat on top of serbian BVP while thinking about future of his beloved lands?

Seriously, its not even crappy meme its a pathetic picture you have posted there.

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Re: YUGOSLAVIA Fanboys club

Postby Markenzwieback » Tue 29 Aug 2017 23:38

Who needs some pathetic off-tone screeching, punny wannabe paratroppers and shitty backyard shop modified BMPs when you can command the entire might of NATO air power.

May the odds be (n)ever in your favor and the depleted uranium munitions plenty.

Bomber Clark > lots of nothing > Roki Vulovic
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Re: YUGOSLAVIA Fanboys club

Postby Mike » Wed 30 Aug 2017 01:40

47andrej wrote:Who is this guy?


Just call him daddy.
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Re: YUGOSLAVIA Fanboys club

Postby XanderTuron » Wed 30 Aug 2017 02:22

Markenzwieback wrote:Who needs some pathetic off-tone screeching, punny wannabe paratroppers and shitty backyard shop modified BMPs when you can command the entire might of NATO air power.

May the odds be (n)ever in your favor and the depleted uranium munitions plenty.

Bomber Clark > lots of nothing > Roki Vulovic

Is this the guy who got canned after trying to start a war with Russia?
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Re: YUGOSLAVIA Fanboys club

Postby chykka » Wed 30 Aug 2017 05:01

XanderTuron wrote:
FrangibleCover wrote:Maybe this thread would be better suited to being split across six different forums ;)

Are you saying that this thread should be... Balkanized?


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Re: YUGOSLAVIA Fanboys club

Postby LupusVulpes » Wed 30 Aug 2017 06:08

A short video about Yugoslav aircraft


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Re: YUGOSLAVIA Fanboys club

Postby Steamfunk » Wed 30 Aug 2017 18:33

Yugoslavia had an interesting relationship with the UK - the engines used by the Galeb, Jastreb and Orao were Rolls Royce Vipers and the ejection seat came from the Folland Gnat, which was the standard RAF lead-in trainer of the 60s. The avionics were sparse, there's no radar, INS or laser designator but I suppose it would be flying low anyway. The Kh-23 would be a more suitable choice given the launch envelope, much like the Su-7 it's too slow to survive in RD and would be better off with either that or 122mm rockets. The Maverick/S-5 combo is neither one thing nor the other.

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Re: YUGOSLAVIA Fanboys club

Postby HrcAk47 » Wed 30 Aug 2017 21:03

Steamfunk wrote:Yugoslavia had an interesting relationship with the UK - the engines used by the Galeb, Jastreb and Orao were Rolls Royce Vipers and the ejection seat came from the Folland Gnat, which was the standard RAF lead-in trainer of the 60s. The avionics were sparse, there's no radar, INS or laser designator but I suppose it would be flying low anyway. The Kh-23 would be a more suitable choice given the launch envelope, much like the Su-7 it's too slow to survive in RD and would be better off with either that or 122mm rockets. The Maverick/S-5 combo is neither one thing nor the other.


Maverick B was much more highly regarded, and more often used compared to Grom-A (Kh-23M). Notably, 64 missiles of Maverick B were expended when compared to just 20 of Grom-A.

Also, it's not 122 mm rockets, it's 128 mm rockets.

Besides, this combination was also considered as a loadout.
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Re: YUGOSLAVIA Fanboys club

Postby LupusVulpes » Wed 6 Sep 2017 08:49

Yugoslav Peoples Army (JNA) Parade, maneuvers and fire exercises mostly from early 1950's


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