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Author Topic: Iraqi MiGs in Yugoslavia  (Read 68367 times)
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Jeroen Nijmeijer
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« Reply #15 on: June 01, 2021, 11:22:09 pm »


Last week I received the book @War #5; 'The Yugoslav Air Force - in the battles for Slovenia, Croatia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina 1991-1992 [Volume 1].
This book is written by Aleksander Radić and is a real masterpiece.

The book has a serial (+ order of battle) overview of all operational JRV i PVO aircraft on 27 June 1991.
It even has a serial overview of all the aircraft at the Zmaj Works, Soko Works and Moma Stanojlović Works on 27 June 1991.

The following Iraqi aircraft are listed at the Zmaj Works;
MiG-21bis: 21168, 21174, 21177, 21186, 21190, 21198, 21204 and 21206
MiG-23ML: 23252, 23260, 23267, 23269, 23272, 23278, 23279, 23288, 23290 and 23292

Overhaul on these aircraft was suspended in August 1990.
Except for MiG-23ML 23269, all aircraft were evacuated by road to Batajnica AB.
MiG-21bis 21168, 21198 and 21204 were handed over to 126th fighter aviation squadron in early July 1991.

Some sources report MiG-23ML 23282 instead of 23272.
Who can confirm which of the two is correct?

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