NATO planes recently found themselves on a mission which, in the degree of absurdity, ominously brings to mind the task that the former Yugoslav Peoples’ Army (JNA) was supposed to carry out in the former Yugoslavia. Then, as now, the matter concerned the first combat tasks faced by a force which had for decades prepared […]

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