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3rd Air Command
The 3RD AIR COMMAND (Serbo-Croatian : 3. vazduhoplovna komanda/ 3. ваздухопловна команда) was a joint unit of Yugoslav Air Force. CONTENTS * 1 History * 2 Organization * 2.1 1959-1961 * 2.2 1961-1964 * 3 Headquarters * 4 Commanding officers * 5 References HISTORYIt was established by the order from June 27, 1959, on November 23, same year due the "Drvar" reorganization plan of Yugoslav Air Force from the 39th Aviation Division with command at Batajnica. In 1961 it suffered a changes in the organization. By the new "Drvar 2" reorganization plan of Yugoslav Air Force, 3rd Air Command has been disbanded. Its units were attached to 1st Aviation Corps . The commanders of Air command was Nikola Lekić
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Socialist Federal Republic Of Yugoslavia
The SOCIALIST FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF YUGOSLAVIA (SFR YUGOSLAVIA or SFRY) was the Yugoslav state in southeastern Europe
Europe
that existed from its foundation in the aftermath of World War II
World War II
until its dissolution in 1992 amid the Yugoslav Wars . Covering an area of 255,804 km² (98,766 sq mi), the SFRY was bordered by Italy
Italy
to the west, Austria
Austria
and Hungary to the north, Bulgaria and Romania to the east and Albania and Greece
Greece
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International Standard Book Number
The INTERNATIONAL STANDARD BOOK NUMBER (ISBN) is a unique numeric commercial book identifier. An ISBN is assigned to each edition and variation (except reprintings) of a book. For example, an e-book , a paperback and a hardcover edition of the same book would each have a different ISBN. The ISBN is 13 digits long if assigned on or after 1 January 2007, and 10 digits long if assigned before 2007. The method of assigning an ISBN is nation-based and varies from country to country, often depending on how large the publishing industry is within a country. The initial ISBN configuration of recognition was generated in 1967 based upon the 9-digit STANDARD BOOK NUMBERING (SBN) created in 1966. The 10-digit ISBN format was developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and was published in 1970 as international standard ISO 2108 (the SBN code can be converted to a ten digit ISBN by prefixing it with a zero)
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Special
SPECIAL or SPECIALS may refer to: CONTENTS * 1 Music * 2 Film and television * 3 Other uses * 4 See also MUSIC * Special (album) , a 1992 album by Vesta Williams * "Special" (Garbage song) , 1998 * "Special" (Mew song) , 2005 * "Special" (Stephen Lynch song) , 2000 * The Specials
The Specials
, a British band * "Special", a song by Violent Femmes on The Blind Leading the Naked * "Special", a song on
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SFR Yugoslav Air Force
The YUGOSLAV AIR FORCE (Serbian: Југословенско Ратно ваздухопловство и противваздушна одбрана, Slovenian: Jugoslovansko vojno letalstvo, Croatian: Jugoslavensko ratno zrakoplovstvo i protuzračna obrana) was the air force of Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia
, and functioned as one of three branches of the military, the Yugoslav People\'s Army (JNA). The official name of the branch was AIR FORCE AND ANTI-AIR DEFENCE (Ратно ваздухопловство и противваздушна одбрана, РВ и ПВО; Ratno zrakoplovstvo i protuzračna obrana, RZ i PZO; Croatian name has never been used). At its height, it was one of the largest air forces in Europe. The Yugoslav Air Force
Air Force
was disbanded following the dissolution of Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia
1991-1992
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Serbo-Croatian Language
Institute of Croatian Language and Linguistics (Croatian) Board for Standardization of the Serbian Language (Serbian) University of Sarajevo (Bosnian) LANGUAGE CODES ISO 639-1 sh (deprecated) ISO 639-2 scr, scc (deprecated) ISO 639-3 hbs – inclusive code Individual codes: srp – Serbian hrv – Croatian bos – Bosnian bun – Bunjevac svm – Slavomolisano kjv – Kajkavian GLOTTOLOG moli1249 LINGUASPHERE 53-AAA-g Areas where Serbo-Croatian
Serbo-Croatian
is spoken by a plurality of speakers (as of 2005). ------------------------- NOTE: a Kosovo
Kosovo
independence disputed, see 2008 Kosovo
Kosovo
declaration of independence THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS IPA PHONETIC SYMBOLS
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107th Fighter-Bomber Aviation Regiment
The 107TH MIXED AVIATION REGIMENT (Serbo-Croatian : 107. mešoviti avijacijski puk / 107. мешовити авијацијски пук) was an aviation regiment established in 1944 as 421ST ASSAULT AVIATION REGIMENT (Serbo-Croatian : 421. vazduhoplovni jurišni puk / 421. ваздухопловни јуришни пук). CONTENTS* 1 History * 1.1 421st Assault Aviation Regiment * 1.2 107th Regiment * 2 Assignments * 3 Previous designations * 4 Organization * 4.1 1961–1964 * 4.2 1964–1973 * 4.3 1973–1988 * 4.4 1988–1990 * 4.5 1991–1992 * 5 Bases stationed * 6 Commanding officers * 7 Equipment * 8 References HISTORY421ST ASSAULT AVIATION REGIMENTThe 421st Assault Aviation Regiment was established on December 20, 1944, in Laćarak , from Yugoslav Partisan aviators serving with the Soviet Air Force 17th Air Army 's 165th Guards Assault Aviation Regiment (165.GShAP)
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1st Aviation Corps
The 3RD CORPS OF AIR FORCE AND AIR DEFENSE (Serbo-Croatian : 3. korpus ratnog vazduhoplovstva i protivvazdušne odbrane/ 3. корпус ратног ваздухопловства и противваздушне одбране) was an joint unit of Yugoslav Air Force
Yugoslav Air Force
established in 1964 as 1ST AVIATION CORPS (Serbo-Croatian : 1. vazduhoplovni korpus / 1. ваздухопловни корпус). CONTENTS* 1 History * 1.1 1st Aviation Corps * 1.2 3rd Corps of Air Force and Air Defense * 2 Assignments * 3 Previous designations * 4 Organization * 4.1 1964-1966 * 4.2 1966-1978 * 4.3 1978-1986 * 4.4 1986-1992 * 5 Headquarters * 6 Commanding officers * 7 References HISTORY1ST AVIATION CORPSThe 1st Aviation Corps was formed by order from May 8, 1964, due the "Drvar 2" reorganization plan of Yugoslav Air Force
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39th Aviation Division
The 39TH AVIATION DIVISION (Serbo-Croatian : 39. vazduhoplovna divizija/ 39. ваздухопловна дивизија) was a unit originally established in 1947 as the 5TH AVIATION FIGHTER DIVISION (Serbo-Croatian : 5. vazduhoplovna lovačka divizija / 5. ваздухопловна ловачка дивизија). CONTENTS* 1 History * 1.1 5th Fighter Aviation Division * 1.2 39th Aviation Division * 2 Assignments * 3 Previous designations * 4 Organization * 4.1 1947-1948 * 4.2 1948-1959 * 5 Headquarters * 6 Commanding officers * 6.1 Political commissars * 7 References HISTORY5TH FIGHTER AVIATION DIVISIONThe 5th Fighter Aviation Division was established in April, 1947, with headquarters at Skoplje, with task of air defense of southern Yugoslavia. The division was direct under the Command of Yugoslav Air Force. It was formed from 111th and 113th Fighter Aviation Regiment
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107th Helicopter Regiment
The 107TH MIXED AVIATION REGIMENT (Serbo-Croatian : 107. mešoviti avijacijski puk / 107. мешовити авијацијски пук) was an aviation regiment established in 1944 as 421ST ASSAULT AVIATION REGIMENT (Serbo-Croatian : 421. vazduhoplovni jurišni puk / 421. ваздухопловни јуришни пук). CONTENTS* 1 History * 1.1 421st Assault Aviation Regiment * 1.2 107th Regiment * 2 Assignments * 3 Previous designations * 4 Organization * 4.1 1961–1964 * 4.2 1964–1973 * 4.3 1973–1988 * 4.4 1988–1990 * 4.5 1991–1992 * 5 Bases stationed * 6 Commanding officers * 7 Equipment * 8 References HISTORY421ST ASSAULT AVIATION REGIMENTThe 421st Assault Aviation Regiment was established on December 20, 1944, in Laćarak , from Yugoslav Partisan aviators serving with the Soviet Air Force 17th Air Army 's 165th Guards Assault Aviation Regiment (165.GShAP)
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461st Light Combat Aviation Squadron
The 461ST LIGHT COMBAT AVIATION SQUADRON (Serbo-Croatian : 461. eskadrila lake borbene avijacije / 461. ескадрила лаке борбене авијације) was an aviation squadron of Yugoslav Air Force
Yugoslav Air Force
formed in 1953 at Niš airfield as TRAINING SQUADRON OF 29TH AVIATION DIVISION (Serbo-Croatian : Trenažna eskadrila 29. vazduhoplovne divizije / Тренажна ескадрила 29. ваздухопловне дивизије). CONTENTS * 1 History * 2 Assignments * 3 Previous designations * 4 Bases stationed * 5 Equipment * 6 References HISTORYSquadron was part of 29th Aviation Division. It was equipped with US-made F-47D Thunderbolt fighter-bombers and Yugoslav-made Ikarus Aero 2 trainers. In 1959 due the Drvar reorganization this squadron has become LIGHT COMBAT AVIATION SQUADRON OF 3RD AIR COMMAND (Serbo-Croatian : Vazduhoplovna eskadrila lake borbene avijacije 3
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94th Fighter Aviation Regiment
The 94TH FIGHTER AVIATION REGIMENT (Serbo-Croatian : 94. lovački puk / 94. ловачки пук) was an aviation regiment established in 1944 as 111TH FIGHTER AVIATION REGIMENT (Serbo-Croatian : 111. vazduhoplovni lovački puk / 111. ваздухопловни ловачки пук) formed from Yugoslav partisan
Yugoslav partisan
aviators, trained and equipped by Soviet Air Force
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116th Fighter Aviation Regiment
The 116TH FIGHTER AVIATION REGIMENT (Serbo-Croatian : 116. lovački puk, 116. ловачки пук) was a unit originally established in 1944 as the 113th Fighter Aviation Regiment (Serbo-Croatian : 113. vazduhoplovni lovački puk, 113. ваздухопловни ловачки пук). It was formed from Yugoslav partisan
Yugoslav partisan
aviators, trained and equipped by the Soviet Air Force
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81st Fighter-Bomber Aviation Regiment
The 81ST SUPPORT AVIATION REGIMENT (Serbo-Croatian : 81. puk pomoćne avijacije / 83. пук помоћне авијације) was an aviation regiment established in 1944 as 2ND YUGOSLAV ASSAULT REGIMENT (Serbo-Croatian : 2. jugoslovenski vazduhoplovni jurišni puk / 2. југословенски ваздухопловни јуришни пук, Russian : 2-й Югославский штурмовой авиационный полк) formed from Yugoslav partisan aviators on training in Soviet Union
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81st Support Aviation Regiment
The 81ST SUPPORT AVIATION REGIMENT (Serbo-Croatian : 81. puk pomoćne avijacije / 83. пук помоћне авијације) was an aviation regiment established in 1944 as 2ND YUGOSLAV ASSAULT REGIMENT (Serbo-Croatian : 2. јugoslovenski vazduhoplovni jurišni puk / 2. југословенски ваздухопловни јуришни пук, Russian : 2-й Югославский штурмовой авиационный полк) formed from Yugoslav partisan aviators on training in Soviet Union
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Light Combat Aviation Squadron Of 3rd Air Command
The 461ST LIGHT COMBAT AVIATION SQUADRON (Serbo-Croatian : 461. eskadrila lake borbene avijacije / 461. ескадрила лаке борбене авијације) was an aviation squadron of Yugoslav Air Force
Yugoslav Air Force
formed in 1953 at Niš airfield as TRAINING SQUADRON OF 29TH AVIATION DIVISION (Serbo-Croatian : Trenažna eskadrila 29. vazduhoplovne divizije / Тренажна ескадрила 29. ваздухопловне дивизије). CONTENTS * 1 History * 2 Assignments * 3 Previous designations * 4 Bases stationed * 5 Equipment * 6 References HISTORYSquadron was part of 29th Aviation Division. It was equipped with US-made F-47D Thunderbolt fighter-bombers and Yugoslav-made Ikarus Aero 2 trainers. In 1959 due the Drvar reorganization this squadron has become LIGHT COMBAT AVIATION SQUADRON OF 3RD AIR COMMAND (Serbo-Croatian : Vazduhoplovna eskadrila lake borbene avijacije 3
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