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The Galeb 2 basic trainer which has now seen 20 years of service with the JRV, the final examples of the export version for Libya not leaving the Soko line until 1983.
An initial production series Galeb 4 which differed from pre-series aircraft primarily in having an anhedralled slab-type horizontal tail.
A later production Galeb 4.
Soko Galeb 4
The first prototype Orao 2 with reheated Viper 633-41 engines.
The first prototype of the reheated Orao 2 which entered flight test in the third quarter of 1983, full production of this version of the close air support fighter having now commenced.
Pre-series Orao 1 close air support fighters in service with the JRV. Having unreheated engines, these Oraos are seen as interim equipment by the JRV and are likely to he assigned the advanced tactical training role with the availability of the reheated Orao 2.
Soko (CNIAR IAR-93B) Orao 2
The Kraguj, built in small series by the Soko organisation, was intended to operate in the close air support role.
The assembly line of the UTVA 75 two-seat light trainer at the Pancevo facility.
Products of the UTVA factory: The Lycoming O-435-A-powered Aero 3 built as a successor to the Aero 2.
Products of the UTVA factory: The UTVA 56 four-seat STOL utility monoplane of 1959.
Products of the UTVA factory: The final derivative of the UTVA 56, the UTVA 66 with uprated engine for the JRV
Progeny of the Air Force Technical Institute: The P&W Wasp-powered Type 522 advanced trainer built in series by Soko from 1956
Progeny of the Air Force Technical Institute: The S-49C fighter for which Soko produced the wings and tail unit.
Progeny of the Air Force Technical Institute: The Type 451 prone pilot research aircraft of 1951 powered by two Walter Minor 6-IIIs
Progeny of the Air Force Technical Institute: The Type 451M powered by two Turbomeca Palas engines and the first Yugoslav jet aircraft of indigenous design
Progeny of the Air Force Technical Institute: The S-451M Zolja with repositioned Palas engines, lengthened fuselage and revised tail.
Progeny of the Air Force Technical Institute: The S-451MM Queen Bee Marbore-powered tandem-seat trainer
Progeny of the Air Force Technical Institute: The single-seat T-451MM light close air support aircraft
Progeny of the Air Force Technical Institute: The Type 452-M flown in 1953 and powered by two Palas engines.
Products of the UTVA factory: The UTVA 65 Privrednik agricultural monoplane of 1965.
Products of the UTVA factory: The Gipsy Major 10-powered Aero 2B primary trainer, the first Yugoslav post-WWII design to he built in substantial quantities;
Products of the UTVA factory: The Type 212 basic trainer powered by a Ranger SGV-770.
Progeny of the Air Force Technical Institute: The Kurir AOP of 1955 powered by a licence-built Walter Minor 6-III
Progeny of the Air Force Technical Institute: The Type 213 Vihor Ranger-powered advanced trainer.
Progeny of the Air Force Technical Institute: The Type 214-D pilot and navigational trainer powered by two Wasps
Progeny of the Air Force Technical Institute: The Type 215 crew trainer of 1951 powered by two Ranger SGV-770s