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Examining the NATO Bombing of Serbia (Part I - Weaponry)

Researching the 1999 NATO-Yugoslavia Conflict for a New Thriller


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BELGRADE, Serbia (Sep. 18-20, 2010) -- I arrived in Belgrade, Serbia to investigate key aspects of the country’s 1999 military conflict with NATO as part of my research for an upcoming thriller. NATO launched a major bombing campaign against the former Federal Republic of Yugoslavia on March 24, 1999 and the conflict lasted until June 11, 1999, causing extensive damage to the country’s military and civilian infrastructure. The conflict also allowed NATO, Serbia as well as Russia and China to assess the use of a wide range of weaponry.

Here are pictures of the F117A Nighthawk "Stealth Fighter" on display at the Aviation Museum in Belgrade, Serbia... More details, photos and captions will be posted soon...

THE USAF F-117A "STEALTH FIGHTER" SHOT DOWN ON MARCH 27, 1999

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more pics and details of my research will be posted shortly...

Posted by AC Frieden 19:07 Archived in Serbia

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