Thread: Vojska Srbije - Serbian Military Photos - Read the first post carefully!

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    A couple of Galeb G-2 photos










    G-2 extreme low level

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tqfeFi78ug

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    Are Galeb and Jastreb yet in use?

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    No, they were decomissioned in the early 90's.

    Only private aero-club's use Galeb G-2's, including the acro-group Zvezde/Stars which is also private. And there is one serving as a testbed or trainer at the Military Testing Center (TOC).

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    Some G-4 super galeb photos:







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    Does anybody know what is happening with our G-4's that are currently in Montenegro? Will they arrive soon to Serbia?

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    as i know they have arived.2of them.
    Quote Originally Posted by boza128 View Post
    Some G-4 super galeb photos:







    P.S.

    Does anybody know what is happening with our G-4's that are currently in Montenegro? Will they arrive soon to Serbia?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kobreti View Post
    as i know they have arived.2of them.
    Thanks for the info. So 8 more left to arrive.

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    kobreti please remove the pictures when you quote something. Thanks

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    Major Ristic in his J-22










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    Superb aviation art

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    More photos of this gorgeous bird!








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    Quote Originally Posted by adny View Post
    can someone tell me the size of serbian land forces when profesionalization is complete?
    It appears that Serbian Armed Forces will have 25,000 personnel.
    This article linked below, only in Serbian though, shows the new structure.

    http://www.politika.rs/rubrike/Drust...nalaca.sr.html

    SAF would have

    35 Generals
    6,600 officers
    7,700 NCOs
    11,100 Professional soldiers
    2,000 conscripts (voluntary service)
    2,000 in active reserve

    These figures do not include personnel in the MOD and military schools, i.e.
    882 in the MOD
    1,868 in the income-based organizations, like resorts etc.
    754 students of the Military Academy
    359 students of the Military High School

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    And the whole Defence Complex will have 40 000 members, of which 25 000 will be professional soldiers (Officers, NCO's, Prof. Soldiers) and 4000 volunteers, that makes 29000 Soldiers. The number of members in the active reserve is said to grow every year, starting with 2000 and another 2000 every year as far as I have understood.

    The number of active professional troops has been decreased by 6.581 in the period of 2004-2010. So it's not that bad, considering that the number of useful soldiers has risen (less conscripts) and will rise in the future with active reserve troops. Better to have 30 000 motivated and well-trained soldiers, than 100 000 with little to no motivation who only have a short training of 3-6 months. That's what reserve and active reserve forces will be for.

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    Dont foll four self whit this 30.000 (1/3 of that number are actually guys that are going in to combat) are better then 100.000 soldiers... First i dont think that motivation will be a problem of Serbian soldiers, second, professional soldiers will be better trained, but... What happens when you need to cover large ground, fight insurgents, take back large city like Pristina...? what then? send 1/3 of your forces to do all that and more.
    We saw what happens whne you have "well trained and equipped army" in Russia Vs Georgia war...
    I'm not saying its not good to have professional army, but you need to be integrate in to some defense system like NATO, for it to really work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by despirit View Post
    We saw what happens whne you have "well trained and equipped army" in Russia Vs Georgia war...
    I'm not saying its not good to have professional army, but you need to be integrate in to some defense system like NATO, for it to really work.
    Georgian army was/is not well trained or equipped.
    In Serbia's case no its not good to have a fully professional defence force, I am inclined to believe that police and zandarmerija will be far more potent forces should the current trends continue.

    As far as the aircraft from Montenegro are concerned there are strings attached, nothing is for free.
    Montenegrins are probably laughing at the stupidity of the Serbian government.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrav pesadinac View Post
    It appears that Serbian Armed Forces will have 25,000 personnel.
    This article linked below, only in Serbian though, shows the new structure.

    http://www.politika.rs/rubrike/Drust...nalaca.sr.html

    SAF would have

    35 Generals
    6,600 officers
    7,700 NCOs
    11,100 Professional soldiers
    2,000 conscripts (voluntary service)
    2,000 in active reserve

    These figures do not include personnel in the MOD and military schools, i.e.
    882 in the MOD
    1,868 in the income-based organizations, like resorts etc.
    754 students of the Military Academy
    359 students of the Military High School
    omg..only 25000....for serbia its extremely too little..taking in account that serbia is in unstable region , isnt member of any military organization, and must rely on its self

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