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Category Books on aviation, Subcategory Eastern Europe, ISBN/Box AFS004, Publisher/Brand Blue Rider, Format a5, No. Pages 40, Version Soft cover, Language English
Slovenian and Macedonian Air Forces 1991-99
1. Bell 412HP
Serial no. H2-36 Novo Mesto (formerly S5-HNM), Slovene Army, 15. letalska brigada, Brnik, 1998. Wearing a three-tone camouflage scheme of Green, Olive Green and Brown, this machine also bears the badge of the ancient town of Novo Mesto. A small 15. brigada badge is positioned behind the cockpit door and a military Slovenian roundel has been applied on the tail boom. The code numbers on the cockpit door are Black. The serial number is applied in Black under the tail flag. This machine is part of Slovenia's SFOR contribution in Bosnia, and wears SFOR markings in White. The SFOR letters on the cabin door are on a Dark Green rectangle. Tail rotor is Black with Red and White stripes. Other machines that wore this combination of SFOR titling and town badge were H2-38 Nova Gorica and H2-35 Celje.
2. Pilatus PC-6
Serial no. L6-02, Slovenian Army, 15. letalska brigada, Celje 1998. Slovenia's two PC-6 utility machines were delivered in 1998 and perform transport and VIP duties. L6-02 is shown here in the standard three-colour camouflage scheme of Green, Olive Green and Brown. Lower surfaces are Light Grey. Full military serial numbers and codes are worn together with Slovenian roundels on the wings and fuselages. Codes, serials and names are in Black. The codes also appear on the lower starboard wing and upper port wings. The Slovenian flag on the tail is mirrored on the opposite side. The anti-glare panel on the forward fuselage is Matt Black. Spinner is Black.
3. Mil Mi-17 Hip
Serial no. VAM-301/civil registration Z3-HHC, Vozduhoplovstvo i Protivvozdusnata na Armijata na Republika Makedonija, Stenkovec (near Skopje), 1995. Colour is White overall. Military and civil registrations are Black. Macedonian flag on tail is Red and Yellow. Main and tail rotor blades were finished in PRU Blue, with White and Black front edges.