WORK IN PROGRESS

List being compiled

 

Chronological Listing of
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
[Serbia & Montenegro]
1992 - 2003

Serbia & Montenegro
2003 - 2006

Losses & Ejections


 

3rd June 2006 5th June 2006
Montenegro
from June 2006
Serbia
from June 2006

 

Date Air Force A'cft Unit / Serial based crashed crew photo seat
12th April 1992
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
MiG-21R serial 261111   shoot down in Herzegovina Captain Predrag Grandic ejected, captured and heavily tortured, suffered many injuries, exchanged together with Goran Pantic   KM-1M
23rd April 1992 
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 
J-21 Jastreb     shot down in Herzegovina

Lieutenant Goran Pantic ejected, captured, heavily torchured, suffered many injuries, exchanged after 3 months

  Folland B-1
24th April 1992
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 
J-21 Jastreb     shot down in Herzegovina

Branko Gavrilovic ejected. Walking and hiding for 7 days, came to base on foot

  Folland B-1
24th April 1992
Serbia and Montenegro 
G-4 Super Galeb serial 23631   shot down  in Herzegovina Major Nikola Djerfi ejected, badly injured captured, tortured, exchanged together with Goran and Predrag   Martin-Baker MkY-10LB
2th May 1992
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 
MiG-21 serial 17152 117.LAP/124.LAE shot down by Strela AA missile over Djakovo Slavonski Brod Slobodan Medic ejected, fate unknown, still missing, some witnesses say that saw him captured, officially missing   KM-1
FEEDBACK [Captain Medic died in the accident not attempting any ejecting – he was flying extremely low adn the plane exploded immediately]
28th June 92
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 
J-22 Orao serial 25105   shot down over Brcko Captain Zoran Lukic ejected found dead    
1992
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
 J-21 Jastreb     shot down near Bosanski Brod Colonel Moric  
19 May 1993
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Mig-21bis     near Zrenjanina ejected   KM-1M
1st February 1994
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
J-21 Jastreb     Shot down by F-16 Major Uros Studen ejected survived   Folland B-1
1st February 1994
Serbia and Montenegro
J-21 Jastreb     Shot down by F-16 Captain Goran Zaric ejected at low altitude, died   Folland B-1
28th February 1994
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 
J-21 Jastreb     Shot down by F-16 Major Uros Studen ejected survived   Folland B-1
28th February 1994
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 
J-21 Jastreb     Shot down by F-16 Captain Goran Zaric ejected at low altitude died   Folland B-1
28th February 1994
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
J-21 Jastreb      Claimed by Stephen L Allen USAF1526FS over Bosnia while flying F-16C-40 ( 89-2009 RS)     Folland B-1
28th February 1994
Serbia and Montenegro
J-21 Jastreb     claimed by  Robert Gordon Wright  USAF3526FS while flying F-16C-40 ( 89-2137 RS)     Folland B-1
28th February 1994
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
J-21 Jastreb         Folland B-1
28th February 1994 

look at the note below


Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
J-21 Jastreb         Folland B-1
FEEDBACK

[in short the situation is this -

 six J-21 Jastrebs were engaged 28th February 1994 by USAF F-16s:

 five of the intruders were shot down while the sixth, although hit by a near missile  

 explosion menaged to land to Udbina with the engine flamed out.

 Two pilots flying IJ-21 Jastrebs managed to eject (Major Uros Suden and Captain Zlatko

 Mikerevic) while the other three (Captains Goran Zaric, Ranko Vukmirovic and Zvezdan Pesic)

 died, it is not known if they tried any ejection]

1st June1994
2200hrs

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
MiG-21bis Fishbed     routine training flight two MiG-21 fishbeds collided in mid-air One pilot killed Bijelo Polje area Captain Srecko Jeremic ejected and survived   KM-1M
16th July 1994
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
J-22 Orao     crashed during training flight in Kragujevac area over Divpostin village Captain Zoran Janackovic ejected safely   Martin-Baker MkY-10LB
Captain Dragutin Hvala ejected safely   Martin-Baker MkY-10LB
19th November 1994
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
J-22 Orao            
May 1995
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
J-22 Orao     crashed after take off Major Zarko Miljkovic safely ejected    Martin-Baker MkY-10LB
Captain Aleksandar Milutinovic safely ejected    
7th August 1995
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
J-22 Orao            
7th August 1995
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
J-22 Orao            
27th September 1995
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 
J-22 Orao       Lieutenant Ivica Zivkovic ejected at low altitude – did not survive   Martin-Baker MkY-10LB
27th September 1995
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 
J-22 Orao       Lieutenant Ivica Zivkovic ejected at low altitude – did not survive   Martin-Baker MkY-10LB
1996
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Mig-21bis serial 17101     Colonel Franc Hudomal ejected   KM-1M
  CAN ANYONE CLARIFY THE DETAILS OF 13th / 14th NOVEMBER
3 MiGs
2 MiGs or
1 two seat MiG ???

13th November 1996
10.59


Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Mig-21BIS 17101 VOC Vazduhoplovni opitni centar - Air Force Test Center
Batajnica Air Base
bird ingested into engine; flameout  near Batajnica Franc Hudoman ejected   KM-1

14 November 1996
10.59


Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Mig-21   Batajnica Air Base collision near Batajnica ejected   KM-1
14 November 1996
10.59

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Mig-21   Batajnica Air Base collision near Batajnica ejected   KM-1
21 May 1997
13.55

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Mig-21bis     Priština pilot ejected    
14th August 1997
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
J-22 Orao            
???
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 
G-4 super Galeb     from spin Lieutenant Vlado Simic
ejected
   
1998
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
G-4 Super Galeb     Crashed due to engine failure near Podgorica Major Ivan Pap
ejected
  Martin-Baker MkY-10LB
Major Damir Markt
ejected
  Martin-Baker MkY-10LB
  24th March - 10th June 1999
  It has long been shown in many references that a total of 6 MiG-29 were shot down, 1 was a non combat loss and 4 were destroyed on the ground.
Recent information now tends to show 4 MiG-29s were actually shot down with around 7 destroyed on the ground.
Information on actual aircraft and pilot fates appreciated.
24th March  1999
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
MiG-29B Fulcrum serial 18106 127 FS Damaged by Dutch F-16

[previously shown as - Shot down by Dutch F-16AM J-063]

Lt.Colonel Predrag Milutinović "GROF"
able to return to base

[previously shown as - ejected]

K-36
FEEDBACK

Milutinović wasn't shot down by the Dutch F-16, that was only a hit! He was able to make it home and later the plane was bombed by NATO. He also didn't eject.
In email 6th August 2012

24th March  1999
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
MiG-29B Fulcrum 18112 127 FS F-15C Major Ilje Arizanov
ejected
K-36
24th  March 1999
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
MiG-29B Fulcrum (serial 18111) 127 FS Shot down by F-15C. The aircraft crashed in Knicanin, near the town of Titel in the Vojvodina province Major Nebojsa Nikolic
ejected
K-36
24th  March 1999
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
MiG-29B  no.18111 or 18104   heavy landing at Slatian AFB Lt Colonel Dragan  Il No ejection
25th  March 1999
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
J-22 Orao     One of several J-22s flying a combat mission into Kosovo.
Not shot down by NATO airplanes.
Hit by ground to air missile near Glogovac.
Lt. Colonel Života Đurić
(1963-1999)
was killed in action

commander of 241st Fighter-bombers Eskadrille (Tigers)
 
26th  March 1999
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 
MiG-29B Fulcrum serial 18110
MiG-29 18110 crash site

127 FS

Technical problem with flaps. None combat loss near Ponikve airbase.

[often seen reported as shot down - this is now disputed]

Major Slobodan Tesanovic
ejected

photo Slobodan Tesanovic
K-36
FEEDBACK

" .   .   .   I was not shot down, I had technical problem with flaps because they were damaged after a NATO attack at Podgorica airport."

Slobodan Tesanovic
in email 5th August 2008

26th  March 1999
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
MiG-29B Fulcrum serial 18113 127 FS Shot down near Bjeljina (Bosnia) Captain Zoran Radosavljević did not eject – died in aircraft K-36
Thanks to Andrija Novakovic for identifying the photo of Major Radosavljević shown above
26th  March 1999
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 
MiG-29B Fulcrum 18114 127 FS Shot down near Bjeljina (Bosnia) Major Slobodan Per
ejected
K-36
   ".   .   .   within minutes after takeoff  their radars malfunctioned."
FEEDBACK

".   .   .   I noticed the following with the incorrect dates.
'25th  March 1999
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia   MiG-29B Fulcrum 18114 127 FS Shot down near Bjeljina (Bosnia) Major Slobodan Peric ejected'

'25th  March 1999
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia  MiG-29B Fulcrum serial 18113 127 FS Shot down near Bjeljina (Bosnia) Captain Zoran Radosavljević did not eject – died in aircraft'

Peric and Radosavljevic were shot down on 26 March 1999."

   In email 21st January 2008
  amended 23rd January 2008

Sunday 18th April 1999 Serbian Air Force Soko J-22 Orao [Eagle]   Ponikve airport Hit by ground to air missile during attack on Tuzla Airport where NATO aircraft were stationed Lt. Col. Mihailo V. from Kragujevac
killed
   
Sunday 18th April 1999 Serbian Air Force MiG-21   Ponikve airport Damaged by ground to air missile during attackon Tuzla Airport where NATO aircraft were stationed Major Zeljko M. from Novi Sad
made emergency landing six miles from air base
   
4th May 1999
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
MiG-21 or MiG-29B 18109 127 FS Shot down over Valjevo in Central Serbia MILENKO PAVLOVIC Killed
no ejection
 
FEEDBACK

A documentary about Milenko Pavlovic
http://rapidshare.com/files/22672542/Pa ... nal200.avi
(70MB) can be downloaded. it also shows his MiG while going down.

23rd May 1999
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
J-22 Orao   241 Squadron        
  10th June 1999
24th October 2000
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
G-4 Super Galeb serial 23630   Crashed due to engine failure near Kuce Rakica Major Asim Pandzic ejected

     

Martin-Baker MkY-10LB
Cadet Dejan Pandurovic ejected   Martin-Baker MkY-10LB
                 
   

 

 
 
LJUBISA KULACIN
Landed at Belgrade IAP
STRETO MALINOVIC
??????
 

 

 


Serbia & Montenegro
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