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Country of Origin: Serbia
The Jastreb (Hawk) was one of the few aircraft designed and built in the former Yugoslavia. It was a single-seat light-attack aircraft based on the two-seat Galeb (Seagull), which was the first turbojet-powered aircraft of Yugoslavian design to enter service. Besides the deletion of the second seat, the Jastreb differed in its stronger wing and airframe, more powerful engine and greater weapons load.
The Jastreb's low wing had a modest 4.3-degree sweep at the quarter-chord, 1.5...
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