1 June 1992 The pre-war JNA inventory looked impressive, even if its operational functionality was taken with a pinch of salt. One half of the nearly 1,850 tanks could have qualified as modern (300 M-84s) or not too obsolete (850 T-55As and T-54s), unlike the rest (400 T-34, of which a certain number was used […]

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