You are welcome!
You are welcome!
Medics in end of 50's
Couple of guys near 85mm aa-gun (end of 50's)
Polish KBW (Internal Security Corpse) - end of 50's:
Standard infantry DP-28 squad:
Kill the imperialist !
Kind of mobilization-reserve i think ... but photo was made in 1985 and as you can see there is a lots of T-34 ready to drive west
I even have a smile after I asked a question.
I love you thread and have no desire to spoil it.
Lot od people think that Yugo was WARSAW PACT member, just because we where socialist country.
Politicly, economicly, militarily...Yugoslavia was defenitly not west, but it's even less true that we where east.
Your topic, your right to put it wherever you want.
I jsut want to make it very clear that being a communist country does not automaticly put's you in a WARSAW pact block.
ENjoy and do not be mad.
Few after one soldier - made in 1953.
No problem brother, sorry for the miss-understanding. You just seemed kind of bitter about it, which can I understand. Here in the U.S. not much is known about all this, but as I said I get your point and I hope people who did classed the JNA as a Warsaw Pact country can also learn from this.
yeah, its amazing that T-34s where still kept in reserve in alot of WP countries.
there were some modernizations on them in the 50s and 60s. like giving them a T-54 engine etc.
Nice example of early camo:
Bolas, thank you for a great contribution to this thread. Your pix are awesome...
TITO and JNA pilots in secret underground airbase Zeljava (Croatia & Bosnia border)....
well if really so awsome there are few more enjoy
end of 50's - don't know occasion why they're wearing flowers
Airmen end of 50's:
Infantry soldier - start of 60's
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More Non-allied / Non-Warsaw Pact JNA with mg-53 AND M-60P APC