Croatian Air Force has entered into the final leg of its decade-long process of procuring replacement for the outdated MiG-21 fighter jets...
Croatian Air Force has entered into the final leg of its decade-long process of procuring replacement for the outdated MiG-21 fighter jets. According to the planned timeline outlined by Defense Minister Damir Krstičević, the current fleet consisting of 1970s era MiG-21s will be replaced by 12 fourth generation multirole fighters starting from 2020. 10 single seaters and a pair of twin seaters will be acquired, with the first two aircraft to be delivered by summer of 2020. This is intended to correspond with the 25th anniversary of Operation Storm, which ended the Croatian Homeland War, and the two new fighters are expected to participate in the festivities of the Victory Day, celebrated on August 5th.
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