An armed prototype of the J-22 (Soko/CIAR Orao/IAR-93), with non-afterburning Viper engines in Yugoslav Air Force insignia.
The developed J-22(M) Orao 2, which introduced afterburning Viper 633-41 turbojets and other changes.
The Silvansky IS fighter was flown only once, when it proved almost unmanageable, being subsequently scrapped.
One of the S.S.W. DIV prototypes (755/17) with Sh 3a engine.
The last fighter built by Siemens-Schuckert, the S.S.W. DVI, showing the jettisonable fuel tank under the fuselage;
The Siemens-Schuckert D VI, trials of which were completed in 1919, after the Armistice.
The Sodertelge SW 75, of which three examples were built, flew with little success in 1917-1921.