Aircraft similar to or like Soko G-2 Galeb

Yugoslav single engine, two-seater jet trainer and light ground-attack aircraft. Wikipedia

  • Soko G-4 Super Galeb

    Yugoslav single-engine, advanced jet trainer and light ground-attack aircraft designed by the Aeronautical Technical Institute at Žarkovo and manufactured by the SOKO aircraft factory in Mostar. Developed during the 1970s as a successor to, and replacement of, the Soko G-2 Galeb then in service with the Yugoslav Air Force . Wikipedia

  • Soko J-22 Orao

    Yugoslav twin-engined, subsonic ground-attack and aerial reconnaissance aircraft. Developed and built in collaboration by SOKO in Yugoslavia and by Avioane Craiova in neighbouring Romania, being known in the latter as the IAR-93 Vultur. Wikipedia

  • Soko J-21 Jastreb

    Yugoslav single-seat, single-engine, light attack aircraft, designed by the Aeronautical Technical Institute (ATI) and Vojnotehnički Institut Beograd (VTI), in Belgrade and manufactured by SOKO in Mostar. Designed in single-seat ground-attack and two-seat advanced flying / weapon training versions. Wikipedia

  • Soko 522

    Two-seater Yugoslav military training and light attack aircraft produced in the 1950s by SOKO in Yugoslavia. Designed by Yugoslav engineers Šostarić, Marjanović and Čurčić at the Ikarus Aircraft Factory in Zemun. Wikipedia

  • Aermacchi MB-326

    Light military jet trainer designed in Italy. Originally conceived as a two-seat trainer, there have also been single and two-seat light attack versions produced. Wikipedia

  • SOKO

    Yugoslav aircraft manufacturer based in Mostar, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina. Responsible for the production of many military aircraft for the Yugoslav Air Force. Wikipedia


    Sentences forSoko G-2 Galeb

    • On 26 March 2011, five MiG-23s together with two Mi-35 helicopters were destroyed by the French Air Force while parked at Misrata airport, early reports misidentified the fixed wing aircraft as G-2 Galebs.Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23-Wikipedia
    • Since then, a group of Serbian aviation enthusiasts have assembled a new display team, but have equipped it with older Soko G-2 Galebs that had been previously withdrawn during the 1980s.Soko G-4 Super Galeb-Wikipedia
    • On 23 August, Borovo Naselje came under heavy shellfire, and Croatian forces shot down two Yugoslav G-2 Galeb fighter aircraft using shoulder-launched anti-aircraft missiles.Battle of Vukovar-Wikipedia
    • On 24 March 2011, it was reported that a Rafale had destroyed a Libyan Air Force G-2/Galeb light attack/trainer aircraft on the runway.Dassault Rafale-Wikipedia
    • Another programme begun during the 1970s would result in the development of the G-4 Super Galeb; it was designed as a replacement for Yugoslav Air Force's existing inventory of G-2 Galebs.SOKO-Wikipedia
    • At the Misrata air force base - two MiG-23MLD, five G-2 Galeb, 10 L-39ZO Albatros, and one J-21 Jastreb fighter jets, as well as two Mi-24P combat attack helicopter and one Mi-8T transport helicopter).Libyan Air Force-Wikipedia

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