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Royal Yugoslavia (1918-1941): Air Force

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Air Force roundel, left, until 1929; right, after 1929 - Images by Eugene Ipavec, 2 July 2006

This is the roundel as seen on reconnaissance airplane SIM XIV H in 1927.

Velid-aga Jerlagić, 26 January 2000

The country name was changed to Yugoslavia in 1929 and a new marking was adopted. This was a red, white and blue roundel with a dark blue bordered white cross superimposed.

Source: Military Aircraft Insignia (1998) [c2e98]

Dov Gutterman, 22 Febuary 2000

Yugoslav Royal Academic Aero-club (Jugoslovenski Kraljevski Akademski Aero-klub, JKAAK)

The flag of the Yugoslav Royal Academic Aero-club, established in 1935, is shown on Zoran Pavlović's website. The flag's godfather was Prince Andrew, as it is inscribed on the obverse of the flag.

Željko Heimer, 24 March 2005