It's realy an attractive museum for what it contains of warbirds served for SFR Yugoslavian air force from many manufacturers and different nationalities, starting with the U.S. made Republic P-47 (almost 150 units delivered), over it the Yugoslavian made UTVA type 213 Vihor which played the training role from 1949 till 1961.
Another Yugoslavian made is the training Ikarus Aero 2 (served from 1948 till 1959).
One of the first fighters manufactured in Yugoslavia the Ikarus S-49 which lines are mainly inspired from Yak-9, served from 1950 till 1961.
The biplane Soviet made Polikarpov PO-2.
The beautiful british Supermarine Spitfire was operated by the Balkan Air Force.
An agricultural UTVA-65.
Hawker Hurricane the british knight produced by Zmaj & Rogozarski in Yugoslavia since 1939, totally 100 units built.
Yak-3, having a glance at the history of Soviet manufacturers, we may note that Yakovlev was very active one in the World War I & II period.
German advanced trainer Bücker Bü 133
An 1916 Nieuport 11, this biplane was a real fighter before WWI equipped with a HEAVY armament...!! I wonder how can the pilot operate that over-fit machine gun !!
Outside, a Junkers Ju-52.
And a Yugoslavian military training and light attack Soko 522.