Partizanska eskadrila

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Partizanska eskadrila DVD cover.

Movie (1979)
USA title : Battle of the Eagles
World-wide title : The Partisan Squadron

Bekim Fehmiju (Major Dragan)
Bata Živojinović (Vuk)
Ljubiša Samardžić (Žare)
Radoš Bajić (Dalibor)

The first Yugoslav Partisan air force unit. Loosely based on historical facts.

Soko 522

Acting German fighters.

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Aircraft sized by the Partisans.

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Ditching... with a mock ?

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Unidentified Aircraft

Figuring the Luftwaffe nest : Soko 522s and one J-20. In the distance, some UTVA 66s. On the left edge, an unidentified twin engine propeller driven aircraft with conventional landing gear (not seen later).

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Boeing-Stearman PT-17

Acting as the first aircraft used by the Partisans. First ones provides by defective pilots.

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Now with the roundel of the Partisan's Air Unit.

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Acting too an Italian aircraft whose crew is defecting.

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Junkers Ju 52/3m

Of course, they are R/C models.

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Polikarpov Po-2W (Walter Minor 6-III inline engine)

Crashing a PT-17 was probably too expensive so it's this localy re-engined PO-2W which hurt the tree.

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Soko J-20 Kraguj

Acting German aircraft (Junkers Ju 87 ?). Serials seen on these aircrafts : 30108, 30110, 30112, 30114 and perhaps 30102 (at least).

This J-20 lacks its flash eliminator.
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One more time, Partisans have sized several aircrafts and used them against their former users.

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UTVA Utva 66

Serials seen : 107 and 111 and 117 (51117).

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