Talk:Royal Yugoslav Army Air Force
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I have fixed the word "thwn" into "then", just looked like a minor spelling mistake to me. LostNecromancer 23:03, 10 April 2007 (UTC)
Fair use rationale for Image:YUhurri3.jpg
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Remark about the title
I would like to specify that YRAF has never been officially called 'Jugoslovensko kraljevsko ratno vazduhoplovstvo'. It's official name was Vazduhoplovstvo Vojske Kraljevine Jugoslavije (Air Force of Army of Kingdom of Yugoslavia) since it never was a separate brach in the true sense of the word —Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 14:11, 23 January 2008 (UTC)
Technical, equipment and operational detail.
Image copyright problem with Image:IK-2.jpg
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Images and relevant information
I noticed that several images were removed because they supposedly "violated copyright policy". No detailed explanation was given as to WHO EXACTLY lays claim on these images and it seems they were arbitrarily removed. To Mr Remover...back up your action with reasonable explanation, please.
There is a fair amount of information in this article which, although it relates to the topic in some way, is really irrelavant and not important (e.g. Italian demands and their reasoning for invasion of Yugoslavia in WWII). Although I didn't remove it, I believe it's just a pollutant and I encourage my fellow reviewers and editors to consider whether such stuff should be here. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Volonja (talk • contribs) 02:16, 31 December 2008 (UTC)
- An air force can be an independent branch of the military, on par with the navy and the army - or the army (and often also the navy) can have their own air force branches - which was common before WWII. This force was a sub-branch of the vojska, the (ground) army. For the most prominent contemporary examples, see the United States Army Air Force, or the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force...
- After WWII the air force (like in the US) became an independent, coequal branch of the military. Alongside the ground forces and navy. This was not the case in the Kingdom. -- Director (talk) 12:29, 23 March 2018 (UTC)