List of NATO aircraft damaged and/or downed during the aggression against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

This table was compiled by Djordje Pavicevic. His e-mail address is pavkens@EUnet.yu Please contact him if you have any information about new NATO losses or if you can add anything to the information already contained in this table. I (Venik) and Djordje will try to update this table as frequently as possible. For the previous version of the table click here.

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No. Day Time Location Type of aircraft/Remarks
1. 24.03. 20:20 Mt. Cicavica  
2. 20:35 near Titel NATO plane that was hit with an air to air missile fired by MiG-29 pilot Nebojsa Nikolic. Airplane crashed several minutes later
3. 20:18 Mt. Jastrebac German Tornado
4.   near Lazarevac One NATO aircraft hit with an AA missile fired by a pilot Slobodan Peric. Further destiny of the plane is not known
5. 21:30 Kosovo  
6. 25.03. 0:30 Adriatic sea According to Greek military sources, there were two registered "MAYDAY" calls from NATO aircraft
7.
8. 1:00 airfield Rajlovac, Sarajevo Emergency landing of one F-15 spewing thick, white smoke
9. 23:00   2 F/A-18 Hornets that crashed 11km south of Ruma. According to reports, at least one was Canadian
10. 23:10
11. 23:30 area between Pristina and Podujevo  
12. around 23:30 Mt. Fruska Gora One aircraft shot down (according to reports, F-117A) who's pilot ejected and was captured in the village Krusedol. He was then taken to the nearest police station
13. Mt. Fruska Gora One German Tornado shot down. Crew ejected. Pilot, male was killed while the female navigator was captured in the village Remeta and taken to the same police station as the pilot from the alleged F-117
14. 26.03. 17:20 village Donja Trnova, 15km southwest of Bijeljina, Republic of Srpska American F-15E. Crew was killed. The plane was shot down by a MiG-21.
15. 27.03. around 1:00 Mt. Maljen German Tornado. Crew ejected and landed in the vicinity of the village Konjevici, near Cacak, where they were captured
16.   near Pec  
17. around 3:00 area between Vrutak and Kremna, near Uzice  
18. around 3:20 area between Vrutak and Kremna, near Uzice SFOR helicopter with 22 soldiers on board. After a short gunfight with the Yugoslav infantry unit, helicopter was destroyed by Strela-1M mobile SAM. No survivors.
19.   north of Sombor One NATO airplane hit. No further information
20. before morning Ion sea According to Greek military sources, there were three registered "MAYDAY" messages. One from Dutch F-16, one from American F-15 and a third from one French aircraft (probably Mirage 2000)
21.
22.
23. 15:50 Djeneral Jankovic, near Macedonian border Canadian F/A-18 Hornet. Plane crashed on the Macedonian territory
24. around 17:00 near Budjanovci  
25. 20:55 Budjanovci F-117A, serial number HO AF 82/806. Pilot Cpt. Ken 'Wiz' Dwelle was rescued, according to NATO. Aircraft shot down by Col. Gvozden Djukic's air defense unit
26. 22:30 Macedonian border Rescue helicopter shot down
27. 28.03. 2:50 Zabrdje, near Bijeljina Most probably an American F-15. Pilot was killed. Some sources say that it was in fact an F-117!
28. 3:00 near Bijeljina SFOR helicopter HH-60 Pave Hawk with 12 soldiers on board. Only two crew members survived
29.   Loznica region Pilot ejected
30. 3:00 Gornji Milanovac Pilot ejected and captured shortly after
31. 16:00 Bijeljina Aircraft hit over Yugoslavia crashed in Bosnia. 
32. 22:30 Macedonian border Rescue helicopter shot down
33. 23:50 Pristina Pilot killed
34. 23:55 Mt. Pastrik, near Prizrena Aircraft crashed in Macedonia
35. 29.03. 3:00 village Gakovo, near Sombor Pilot ejected and reportedly escaped to Hungary
36. 1:30 village Stojna, 14km from Pale, Republic of Srpska Some sources say that it was either F-15 or F-16, American. Pilot ejected but found dead later on. His neck was broken
37. 30.03. around 1:00 near Virpazar British Harrier. Pilot ejected but was soon captured
38. around 1:00 near Virpazar With the second missile, one aircraft that was in Harrier's escort was hit. Most probably an American F-16 that was hit over Montenegro. His pilot turned the airplane back to Italy but flying above the Adriatic, lost altitude and crashed near several NATO vessels. The pilot was picked up by a French rescue unit
39. 2:30 Mt. Cer Aircraft hit over Cer mountain crashed in Bosnia. According to the reports, it was a German Tornado. Crew ejected
40. 8:00 Surcin  
41. 16:30 near Vranje According to reports, Tornado aircraft. Crew ejected and landed in the area between two villages, on the road to Kriva Feja
42. 23:30 Prizren Airplane crashed on Mt. Sara (Sar planina). According to information, it was a British Tornado. Crew ejected and landed onto a KLA controlled territory. They were escorted by the KLA to the Albanian border and handed to NATO representatives
43. before midnight Obla Glava, near Aleksinac UAV
44. 31.03. evening near Gnjilane F-117 crashed in Macedonia after being hit
45. 18:00   Rescue helicopter with 20 commandos on board
46.   Sirig, north of Novi Sad German Tornado. Crew ejected and captured shortly after that
47. 22:30 Mt. Tara  
48. 22:45 Mt. Tara NATO rescue helicopter CH-53 with 25 commandos. Helicopter shot down by Strela-2M portable SAM. No survivors
49. 01.04. 1:00 Mt. Tara NATO (possibly SFOR) helicopter CH-53 Stallion with 25 crew members. Helicopter shot dwon by Strela-2M portable SAM. No survivors
50. 3:05 airfield Pleso, Zagreb Crash-landing of one damaged F-117A
51. 7:00 Kosovo Aircraft hit over Kosovo crashed into suburban area of Skopje
52. 03.04. 19:30 Banja Luka region One F-16 seen over the town spewing thick, black smoke
53. 19:45 Novi Sad Aircraft damaged during the attack on Novi Sad's bridge "Most Slobode". Airplane crashed near Stara Pazova. Pilot captured
54. 04.04. before midnight near Uzice One NATO aircraft damaged (most probably F/A-18 Hornet). Aircraft dropped two full fuel tanks and immediately after that, touched with one of its wings a power line. It is not known whether the plane crashed or not
55. 05.04. 2:20 Obrenovac  
56. 3:03 Zlatibor  
57. evening between Dolovo and Banatsko Novo Selo, near Pancevo Aircraft downed by Lt.Col. Zoran Damnjanovic's air defense unit. There are some indications that another plane was shot down as well
58. 21:00 Mt. Fruska Gora One NATO plane downed. Pilot ejected near 'Pobeda' factory and was soon captured. Most likely F-117A
59. 20:00 Novi Sad During the attack on Novi Sad's "Zezelj" bridge, one German Tornado was shot down. Crew ejected and was captured shortly after
60. 06.04. 2:30 Aleksinac Dutch F-16
61. 4:20 Mt. Fruska Gora During the attack on Crveni Cot TV tower, one plane was downed. Pilot ejected and landed in the vicinity of village Remete. There is information suggesting that it was an F-117
62. after midnight Pristina NATO plane was hit while over the town. Aircraft crashed on Mt. Sara, near Skopje
63. 5:00 south of Fruska Gora Two NATO rescue helicopters with soldiers on board
64.
65. after midnight village Svinjare, near Kosovska Mitrovica  
66. 11:10 Mt. Skopska Crna Gora Two NATO SAR helicopters with 40 commandos on board. No survivors
67.
68. after midnight Yugoslav-Albanian border (Montenegro) NATO helicopter with 20 soldiers and one rescued pilot on board. No survivors
69. around 22:00 Hill Zabucje, Uzice One aircraft hit and damaged
70. 23:30 Vozdovac, Belgrade Dogfight between Yugoslav Mig-21 and US F-15. F-15 crashed near Avala mountain. Confirmed by an eyewitness
71. 07.04. 0:00 near Pristina One NATO aircraft hit which headed in flames toward Macedonia. Near Skopska Crna Gora, one plane was seen in flames and after that, a powerful explosion was heard with a huge blast. It is assumed that the aircraft crashed
72. 2:00 Podgorica French Mirage 2000. Missile missed but pilot ejected anyway
73. 22:30 Kosovo Airplane hit over Kosovo crashed near Skopje
74. before midnight near Pristina American UAV Hunter shot down by Lt.Col. Brajan Vukicevic's air defense unit
75. before midnight Ljig  
76. before midnight near Novi Sad Belgian F-16B. 42 year old pilot and 28 years old female co-pilot captured. Plane was shot down by Aleksandar Sunjka with 20mm AAA
77. 08.04. after midnight near Nis German Tornado. Crew captured
78. 12:40 Kosovo Aircraft crashed near Skopje
79. 09.04. 23:30 Ivanovo, near Belgrade  
80. 10.04. 2:00 Batajnica NATO rescue helicopter shot down ad crashed into Danube
81. 15:45 Suva Reka region Crashed near Kumanovo
82. before midnight near Nis  
83. 11.04. 0:12 Backi Brestovac, near Crvenka German. Most probably Tornado
84. 1:00 between Sombor and Odzaci  
85. 11:20 Kosovo NATO aircraft shot down by Major Stojan Simijonovic's air defense unit. Plane crashed in Macedonia
86. 12.04. 0:21 between Belgrade and Pancevo  
87. 21:30 village Osmaci, near Tuzla British Sea Harrier. Pilot killed. Aircraft was hit over Zrenjanin, where it jettisoned its fuel tanks
88. before midnight Kosovo German UAV CL-289
89. 13.04. after midnight near Batajnica airfield  
90. after midnight Jabuka, north of Pancevo  
91. 1:00 Olujci  
92. after midnight near Srbinje (ex Foca), Bosnia Pilot killed
93. after midnight village Kadijina Cesma, near Tuzla  
94. after midnight Bela Crkva, near Vrsac Probably Harrier
95. 23:00 Jabuka road, Pancevo  
96. 14.04. after midnight Kosovo Polje German UAV CL-289
97. 0:10 Priboj  
98. morning Kosovo German UAV CL-289
99. after midnight Yugoslav-Romanian border Two fuel tanks and several other F-15 parts found. No further information
100. 9:00   Crashed in Lopare, near Tuzla
101. 10:00* Sirig, north of Novi Sad Aircraft crashed near Kamendin agronomic well. Pilot ejected and captured
102. 10:05* near Belgrade  
103. 11:50   Crashed near Mesaric
104. 12:00 Debrca, Vladimirci district  
105. 15.04. 0:00 Krusevac F-16
106. 1:42 Dobovac, near Uzice  
107. 1:45 Avala mountain, south of Belgrade Confirmed by an eyewitness
108. 1:59 Dobovac, near Uzice  
109. 2:00 Kula  
110. 2:00 near Priboj  
111. 3:00 Mt. Bjelasnica, Bosnia  
112. 12:43 Vladimirci, near Sabac  
113. 19:30 Podgorica Tornado. Airplane shot down by Lt. Zdravko Bankovic, with L70 Bofors. Aircraft crashed into Lake Skadar. According to some other info, plane was shot own by Lt. Goran Ratkovic
114. 19:35 Podgorica French Mirage 2000. Airplane shot down by Lt. Zdravko Bankovic, with L70 Bofors. Plane crashed on Rumija mountain. Pilot ejected and captured shortly after. According to some other info, plane was shot own by Lt. Goran Ratkovic
115. 19:45 near Podgorica One NATO aircraft shot down by soldier Predrag Dzonic with Strela-2M portable SAM. Pilot ejected and landed in the village of Kruse where he was captured
116. 23:30 airfield Petrovec, Skopje Crash-landing of one heavily damaged A-10. Plane was hit with two portable SAMs
117. 16.04. 17:30 southern Kosovo A-10 shot down by soldier Dragan Petrovic with portable SAM. Plane crashed on Macedonian territory, near the border post Debelde
118. 19:51 Podgorica Tornado
119. 22:45 New Belgrade (Novi Beograd)  
120. 23:11 Pancevo  
121. 23:15 Podgorica French Mirage 2000
122. 17.04. 3:17 Mt. Skopska Crna Gora, Macedonia British Sea Harrier
123. 11:00 Milosev Do, near Prijepolja Probably British Sea Harrier
124. 14:30 Urosevac Airplane crashed 4 km into Macedonian territory, near the village Tanusevci. Pilot killed
125. 17:08 Bogatic One Tornado crashed on Fruska Gora mountain
126. 22:10 Cerevic, Fruska Gora Several structural parts of Tornado aircraft were found. Plane was hit and damaged and headed in flames, while spewing thick, black smoke toward Croatian airspace, where it probably crashed
127. 22:10 Loznica Aircraft hit with two missiles crashed in Bosnia
128. 23:30 near Valjevo One aircraft hit with Strela-2M portable SAM. Immediately after that, plane jettisoned its fuel tanks and headed for Ljubovija. Several minutes later, a powerful explosion was heard. Aircraft crashed near Bratunac, Bosnia. Crash confirmed by Yugoslav border patrol and local villagers
129. 18.04. 0:50 Mountain Skopska Crna Gora, Macedonia One US A-10 crashed after being hit over Kosovo
130. 0:51 airfield Petrovec, Skopje Crash landing of one heavily damaged A-10 Thunderbolt II
131. 0:55 Kosovska Mitrovica  
132. 2:00 Pristina UAV
133. around 3:00 Mt. Povlen One Tornado was damaged. Aircraft headed toward Sarajevo airfield but crashed in the village Crvica, near Skelani, in the Republic of Srpska
134. 16:10 Mt. Cicevica, near Pristina Blew up while airborne. Most probably an F-16
135. 16:15 Mt. Cicevica, near Pristina Blew up while airborne
136. 19:00 near Pristina Plane crashed on Mt. Cicavica
137. before midnight near Tuzla American UAV Predator
138. 22:30 Jelovski Kamen, near Tetovo Tornado
139. 23:00 airfield Rajlovac, Sarajevo Crash-landing of one Danish F-16. Plane was damaged by a SAM
140. 19.04. after midnight village Jegunovce, near Tetovo German UAV CL-289
141. 10:30 Tetovo, Macedonia Tornado
142. 14:01 Kumanovo, Macedonia  
143.   Smederevo During the attack on the bridge in Smederevo, one aircraft shot down by a SAM
144. 23:00 Mt. Veliki Jastrebac  
145. 23:30 Mt. Veliki Jastrebac NATO helicopter with rescue troops
146. 23:15 Urosevac  
147. 20.04. 2:30 Mt. Rudnik, Topola  
148. 3:15 Mt. Rudnik, village Cumic  
149. 19:00 Gornje Stanovce, near Vucitrn UAV
150. 23:00 near Vranje  
151. 23:30 Mt. Jastrebac Rescue helicopter
152. 23:50 near Beocin Two F-15 fuel tanks found filled with bullet holes. Aircraft crashed in the area between Vukovar and Osijek
153. 21.04. 16:00 Mt. Fruska Gora One NATO plane damaged. Several parts were found. Aircraft crashed in Croatia
154. 23:40 Vozdovac, Belgrade Hit with several 30mm AAA Praga rounds. Crashed into Lipovica forrest (Lipovacka suma) Confirmed by an eyewitness
155. 22.04. 0:43 Orlovaca Rescue helicopter
156. 1:20 Lipovica, near Belgrade Rescue helicopter. Crew killed, helicopter captured
157.   Sonta, near Apatin American UAV Predator
158. 18:00 Kursumlija Wreckage found in town's vicinity
159. 18:05 Kursumlija Wreckage found in Lebane region
160. 23.04. 2:28 Makis, Belgrade  
161. 4:20 area between Surcin and Jakovo  
162. 4:40 Lipovica, near Belgrade Rescue helicopter
163. 15:00 near Pristina One NATO plane damaged. Several parts were found on the scene. While spewing thick, white smoke, aircraft headed for Albania where it most probably crashed
164. 15:10 Orlane, 15km northeast of Pristina  
165. 24.04. 3:55 Mt. Fruska Gora  
166. 4:40 Pristina  
167. 4:40 Dimitrovgrad  
168. 14:45 Pristina Crashed near the village of Businje
169. 17:25 southern Serbia One F/A-18 Hornet shot down that came from Bulgarian airspace by soldier Radisa Zdravkovic with Strela-2M portable SAM. Pilot ejected
170. 17:27 Only two minues after the first hit, soldier Radisa Zdravkovic shot down another NATO aircraft coming from Bulgarian airspace, this time British Harrier, again with Strela-2M portable SAM. Pilot ejected
171. 18:05 near Pristina Crashed near Laplje Selo
172.   Boka Kotorska UAV
173.   Mt. Kukavica, near Leskovac Pilot captured
174. 25.04. after midnight near Pristina Crashed near the village of Lipovica
175. 14:38 Novi Sad  
176.   Kosovo One AH-64 Apache captured by Yugoslav army troops
177. 26.04. 0:37 mountain Zlatibor  
178. 4:30 Zenica, Bosnia Harrier (probably British)
179. 4:45 Macedonia  
180. 12:50 Novi Sad One NATO aircraft hit and damaged while in low level flight. Immediately after that, a thick black smoke started spewing out of it. Plane crashed near Osijek, Croatia
181. 22:00 40 km northeast of Tirana AH-64 Apache. Crew escaped uninjured. Helicopter was probably hit during the attack on Kosare border post
182.   Kumodraz, near Belgrade During the attack on business center "Usce", one aircraft was shot down by Aleksandar Ruzic with Strela-2M missile (Lt.Col. Momir Ivkovic's air defense unit)
183. 23:30 Novi Sad  
184. 27.04. 1:45 Mt. Fruska Gora One damaged airplane dropped its payload near Croatian village Palaca, not far from Osijek
185. 10:57 near airfield Petrovec, Skopje  
186. around 17:00 near Prokuplje Pilot ejected and landed in the woods of Mt. Pasjaca, south of Prokuplje. Wreckage of the plane was found in the Jovine Livade region, on Mt. Pasjaca
187. 17:15 Beli Kamen, near Prokuplje Wreckage found on the hill near Berilje
188.   Mt. Zlatibor region Pilot ejected
189. 22:45 Pristina AH-64 Apache helicopter
190. 28.04. around 14:00 near Podgorica Pilot ejected
191. around 14:30 near Berane  
192. around midnight village Norovo, near Krusevo, Macedonia Crew of two ejected and landed on top of the trees. Later on, NATO rescue unit picked them up
193. afternoon region between villages of Velika Sabanta and Gornja Pcelica One NATO plane hit and damaged while in low level flight. Aircraft dropped its payload and headed for Crni Vrh. No further information
194. 29.04. 0:48 Topcider, Belgrade  
195. 0:56 Podgorica  
196.   region of Macedonian-Albanian border town Debar Plane crashed in Albania
197. around 1:00 hill Vodno, near Skopje Plane crashed in the woods of Mt. Vedro, near Skopje
198. around 1:40 near Zemun According to stories of eyewitnesses, two NATO aircraft were shot down
199.
200. 11:15 Samokov, 40 km southwest of Skopje According to stories of eyewitnesses, the crew of two was found carbonized
201. 16:05 Konjarnik, Belgrade One aircraft hit with Strela-1M missile launched by G.D. Aircraft started spewing black smoke only to crash several moments later in swamps near Jabuka (Jabucki Rit)
202. 16:35 Pancevo  
203.   village Bistrica, near Veles, Macedonia According to eyewitnesses, one plane, spewing black smoke, dropped two missiles and headed behind the mountain. Immediately after that, a powerful explosion was heard from that direction so it is assumed that the plane crashed
204. 22:40 Avala mountain, south of Belgrade  
205. 23:57 Simanovci, northeast of Belgrade Plane crashed in Kupinovo
206. 30.04. around 23:15 Grocka, 20 km southeast of Belgrade According to eyewitnesses, there was also a parachute seen
207. 01.05. 11:50 Zvornik  
208. 14:15 Adriatic sea, 40 km from Brindisi American USMC AV-8B. Pilot ejected and was soon rescued
209.   vicinity of Uzice Two aircraft that were shot down and crashed somewhere in the Republic of Srpska. One aircraft was seen to be hit (probably by a SAM) and after that started spewing black smoke, heading toward Bosnian airspace. Several eyewitnesses reported
210.
211. 02.05. around 2:05 village Nakucani, southwest of Sabac American F-16CG. Pilot rescued, according to NATO. Aircraft downed by Col. Gvozden Djukic's air defense unit
212. around 4:00 village Nakucani Two NATO helicopters with rescue troops
213.
214. around 12:00 southern Kosovo A-10 Thunderbolt II. Plane was shot down by Cpt. Vojislav Krstovic (Lt.Col. Brajan Vukicevic's air defense unit) with portable SAM. Several structural parts were found (engine cowling and armor plates) and televised on national TV. Wreckage of the plane was found near Tetovo, in Macedonia
215. 16:50 airfield Petrovec, Skopje Crash landing of one heavily damaged A-10
216. 18:00 near airfield Petrovec Crash-landing of one A-10. Many eyewitnesses reported that the aircraft appeared to have serious damage to one of its engines (right engine relative to the pilot) and a wing. Several missiles were still attached to the underwing pylons, creating a danger of explosion and a panic among local residents. The pilot of the aircraft was reported to have been injured. Some 40 minutes after the crash, the aircraft was towed by a NATO vehicle to the Petrovec airport
217. 12:15 Umka, near Belgrade According to eyewitnesses, two parachutes seen in the sky. From reliable sources, one pilot, an American, around 30-years old was captured in Mostanica, after 2 hours of pursuit. He was on a recon mission to photograph a bridge in Ostruznica
218. 12:20
219. 03.05. 21:45 Novi Sad During the attack on Novi Sad TV, one aircraft was hit and damaged. Shortly after that, a thick, black smoke started spewing out of it so it is assumed that the plane crashed in the vicinity
220. 23:45 Lake Ohrid, Macedonia According to eyewitnesses, one aircraft crashed in Lake Ohrid. NATO forces later on, pulled the wreckage out of the water
221. 04.05. 2:10 airbase in Italy Crash landing of one heavily damaged F-117A Night Hawk. Later on, NATO's joint comission concluded that the plane is damaged beyond repair, hence recalled from active service
222. 21:50 Srbinje (ex Foca), Republic of Srpska  
223. 23:10 Pristina A-10 Thunderbolt II
224. 05.05. 1:30 Bajina Basta One plane hit and damaged. Aircraft crashed on Bosnian territory
225. morning 75 km northeast of Tirana AH-64 Apache. Pilot and gunner killed. NATO's classified report cited a SAM hit as a possible reason for the crash
226. 06.05. before midnight Presevo UAV. Remains found in the area between Bujanovac and Presevo
227. 07.05. 2:09 Skopje, Macedonia  
228. 14:30 Novi Sad One NATO aircraft during the attack on Iriski Venac. Plane continued its flight toward Sabac, spewing black smoke. It was confirmed later that the plane crashed in the vicinity of Sabac
229. between
3:43 and 4:30
area around Nis One plane crashed in the vicinity of Svrljig
230. One plane crashed near Sicevo
231. One plane crashed in the village of Malca
232. One plane crashed near Pirot
233. One plane crashed near Leskovac. Reports say that captured pilot was Canadian (probably CF-18 Hornet)
234. 08.05. around 0:30 area between Kacarevo, Padina and Vladimirovac, north of Pancevo One aircraft (according to sourc, an F-16) was shot down by a Kub or Neva missile. Pilot probably ejected because there was an intensive search by Yugoslav military during the night and on the next morning
235. 3:45 Banjica, Belgrade  
236.   airfield Petrovec, Skopje Heavily damaged B-2A, after a direct hit by Yugoslav air defense tried to crash-land but 'cut off' a mountain top instead and exploded
237. 14:00 Nis After the attack on the bridge in the center of Nis, one aircraft was shot down and crashed on Suva mountain
238. evening Gornji Milanovac UAV shot down
239. 10.05. 23:05 Avala mountain, Belgrade Aircraft crashed in the Avala-Kosmaj range. Confirmed by an eyewitness
240. 11.05. 0:00 Grdelica, near Nis One Tornado shot down
241. 11:00 Batajnica, northwest of Belgrade Aircraft crashed north of Danube river
242. 12:40 Gruza, 15km southwest of Kragujevac Aircraft crashed on Gledicke mountain, between villages of Bajcetine and Cestina
243. 15:00 area between Banovci and Jakovo  
244. 12.05. 15:00 Nis  
245. 15:00 Kosovo  
246. 15:15 Nis Two NATO aircraft, after being hit, crashed in Bulgaria
247.
248. 23:11 village Vaksince, near Kumanovo Eyewitnesses from the village Tromedja reported seeing 4 NATO aircraft returning from Kosovo. One of them, with heavy smoke coming out that later turned into fire, started losing altitude and crashed between villages Cetirce and Tromedja. Helicopters coming from Skopje were observed shortly after
249. 0:00 Loznica Aircraft crashed on Mt. Majevica, in Bosnia
250. 0:00 Mt. Fruska Gora  
251. 13.05. 4:25 near Nova Pazova One B-52H hit and damaged. Aircraft then headed toward Dobanovci where it crashed. 17 people killed
252. around 5:00 Rakovica, near Belgrade Rescue helicopter captured. 17 soldiers killed, 3 captured
253. 7:25 Kicevo, Macedonia The pilot is believed to have ejected southwest of Skopje. Several helicopters have been observed flying into the area shortly after
254. around 12:00 village Klokot, near Vitina French UAV CL-289 shot down by Lt.Col. Brajan Vukicevic's air defense unit
255. 14:23 Stara Pazova One French Mirage (probably Mirage 2000) shot sown. Pilot captured
256.   Becmen, 15km west of Belgrade According to eyewitnesses, one (maybe two) aircraft was shot down. Several plane fragments were found in the area. Eyewitnesses also report seeing two parachutes land in a nearby sports fishing zone. The pilots were reportedly captured
257. 16:00 Mountain Sara, Yugoslav-Macedonian border  
258. around 19:00 village Biba, near Urosevac American UAV Predator. Downing footage shown on Radio Television of Serbia. UAV shot down by soldier Davor Veljkovic
259.   Mt. Mokra Gora, village Istok, 15km northeast of Pec American UAV made by Boeing Corporation. Video capture shown on Radio Television of Serbia
260. 14.05. 14:40 Mt. Rudnik region Two NATO aircraft hit. Immediately after that, they jettisoned their fuel tanks and headed toward Bosnian airspace
261.
262.   Djakovica region American A-10, after being hit by Yugoslav air defense, crashed on Sara mountain, near Albanian border
263. 19:20 Nis One NATO aircraft hit. Pilot ejected and landed in the vicinity of village Brenice
264. 23:30 Nis One French Crecerelle UAV shot down
265.   village Klista, near Osijek, Croatia According to eyewitnesses, one (presumably Mirage 2000) crashed while attempting emergency landing at the Osijek airport. Aircraft jettisoned its fuel tank only to crash few moments later.
266. 15.05. 11:15 Banovci, near Belgrade Aircraft crashed near Lisicji Jarak
267. 13:40 Padinska Skela, near Belgrade One aircraft (F-16 according to eyewitnesses) was shot down near the river Danube by an air defense unit. Aircraft came from the direction of Novi Dobanovci already damaged. It crashed near the silos in Kovilovo
268. 13:43 Padinska Skela, near Belgrade One aircraft of the same type as the one shot down three minutes ago (hence, an F-16) was hit by the same air defense unit. Aircraft crashed at the almost identical spot as the one three minutes earlier!
269.   near Kursumlija Danish F-16 hit and damaged. Aircraft probably crashed on Mt. Kopaonik
270. 16.05.   Kosovo German UAV CL-289
271. 20:00 village Izvor, near Veles, Macedonia One NATO plane crashed not far from the village. Pilot ejected and was soon picked up by the helicopters near the place called Cuka. Incident reported and confirmed by numerous eyewitnesses and local police HQ.
272. 17.05. 1:30 Cacak  
273. 13:12 area between Becmen and Ugrinovci One aircraft shot down while attacking Batajnica airfield
274. 13:30 Skopje, Macedonia  
275.   Pester plateau American UAV, according to reports, a reconnaissance version of AGM-86 ALCM
276. 15:30 area between Brestovik and Smederevo One French Mirage 2000 that crashed on a highway Belgrade-Obrenovac. Pilot ejected and captured shortly after
277. 18.05. 3:45 Mt. Fruska Gora  
278.   Zvornik Rescue helicopter
279. 15:52 area between Sabac and Koceljevo One aircraft hit and damaged
280. 19.05. around 17:00 village Talinovce, near Urosevac American UAV Predator serial number AF 95 021. UAV shot down by soldier Bojan Filipovic
281. around 19:00 Urosevac American UAV Hunter that crashed in the city area. UAV shot down by soldier Ljubomir Radojko
282. 20.05. 1:00 Vozdovac, Belgrade Confirmed by an eyewitness
283. 1:00 Surcin, Belgrade B-2A Spirit of Missouri, ser. no. AV-8 88-0329. After a direct SAM hit, aircraft crashed near the village of Dec, Pecinci district, between Simanovci and Kupinovo
284. 3:03 Borca, near Belgrade One large NATO aircraft. Story confirmed by numerous eyewitnesses. At 06:00 news, a source from the federal ministry acknowledged the downing of one large NATO bomber. Later on, it was acknowledged that it was a B-52H Stratofortress
285. 3:10 Topcider, Belgrade Two NATO jet fighters that were probably an escort for the bomber
286.
287. 3:25 Banjica, Belgrade Rescue helicopter with troops
288. 3:35 Gradiste, 17km southwest of Vinkovci, Croatia F-16 (most probably US)
289. 4:00 Mt. Cer, southwest of Sabac One B-52H Stratofortress shot down along with its entire crew
290. 15:10 airfield Slatina, Pristina German UAV CL-289
291. 21.05.. 3:00 Mt. Avala, south of Belgrade Rescue helicopter
292. 6:00 Pula, Croatia  
293. 8:25 village Buca, Gora district, Kosovo American UAV Hunter
294. 12:00 Kosovo Two aircraft shot down
295.
296. 18:00 Nis One NATO aircraft shot down in an air to air engagement with Yugoslav Air Force fighter. NATO plane crashed onto Suva mountain
297. 22.05. 0:30 area between Topcider and Rakovica, Belgrade  
298. 1:10 Rusanj, Belgrade Confirmed by an eyewitness
299. 1:12 Fruska Gora mountain  
300. 1:27 area between Mt. Avala and Pancevo Confirmed by an eyewitness
301. 2:35 Lipovica, near Belgrade According to reliable reports, one B-52H Stratofortress shot down
302. 2:40 Kotez, Belgrade  
303. 3:26 Ub  
304. 4:10 Subotica One heavily damaged NATO plane crashed in Hungary
305. 12:00 Guncati, Belgrade  
306. around 14:30 Leskovac One aircraft hit while attacking Leskovac sports airfield. Airplane started smoking and headed for Bulgarian airspace. Later confirmed that it crashed in Bulgaria
307. around 11:30 area of the village Klina, 20 km east of Pec A-10 Thunderbolt II that was hit near Glogovac by an air defense unit armed with 20mm AAA
308. 19:10 Prokuplje Aircraft crashed in the village of Vodice
309.   Djeneral Jankovic, near Macedonian border American Hunter UAV that crashed on the Macedonian territory near Blace border village. Report confirmed by Macedonian TV A1 and NATO command
310. 23.05. 1:00 Mandjelos, near Sremska Mitrovica  
311.   Yugoslav-Macedonian border One UAV shot down and crashed in the area between Tetovo and Gostivar, Macedonia
312.   near St. Petka (Sveta Petka) monastery Canadian. Most probably CL-289
313. 24.05. 16:00 Novi Sad F-16
314. 25.05. 3:00 Belgrade  
315.   between villages Dragomance and Kaince, near Kumanovo, Macedonia Aircraft was spewing thick black smoke before it started losing altitude only to crash several moments later
316. around 14:30 Zeleznik, Belgrade Confirmed by numerous eyewitnesses and Radio Novosti
317. 21:33 Zaplanje, near Nis  
318. 26.05. 0:30 Novi Sad One aircraft shot down with a missile
319. 1:10 Petrovac on river Mlava  
320. 1:10 Novi Sad One NATO aircraft hit by a missile. Immediately after that, plane started spewing black smoke and headed for Hungarian airspace where it crashed. Confirmed by numerous eyewitnesses
321. 1:20 Novi Sad  
322. 1:35 area between villages Malo Crnice and Bozevac, near Petrovac on river Mlava,  According to first information, one Harrier was shot down. Plane was hit and after that, it jettisoned its fuel tank over Aleksandrovac, only to crash several moments later, probably near the peak called Vukan on Mt. Homolje. There has been some misinformation because the fuel tank belongs to a Tornado aircraft
323. 3:19 south of Radujevac, near Negotin According to reports from the area, one aircraft was shot down. Reports say that crew ejected near Yugoslav-Romanian-Bulgarian border. The plane crashed on the Romanian bank of the Danube. At the same time, NATO helicopters were flying intensively on the Romanian side of the border.
324.   area around Nis One plane shot down over the town. Aircraft crashed near Zaplanjske Toponice. Pilot ejected
325. 11:10 area between Kosovska Vitina and Letnica One French Crecerelle UAV shot down
326. 14:43 area between mountains Vodno and Kitka, near Skopje F-16. Pilot ejected and was soon transported by two NATO helicopters into a hospital in Skopje
327. around 23:00 village Gredice, 5km east of Brcko, Bosnia One SFOR helicopter OH-58 Kiowa crashed. Crew of two uninjured
328. 23:18 Mt. Avala, south of Belgrade Three NATO aircraft hit and damaged by air defese forces. Confirmed by an eyewitness
329.
330.
331. 23:25 southeast of Mt. Avala  
332. 27.05. 0:00 Karaburma, Belgrade  
333. 1:25 Ralja, south of Belgrade  
334. 2:05 Batajnica, near Belgrade  
335. 2:07 Vozdovac, Belgrade One NATO aircraft hit by a missile. Plane shot down after several AAA rounds hit it after that. Confirmed by an eyewitness
336. 2:17 Mt. Avala, south of Belgrade  
337. around 13:00 near Kumanovo, Macedonia One UAV crashed after being hit by Yugoslav air defense over Kosovo
338. 17:30 village Brcak, Kosovo One UAV shot down
339. 17:30 Grebnica, Bosnia  
340. 12:32 Valdanos One UAV shot down by Yugoslav Navy forces. Aircraft crashed on the road Bar-Ulcinj
341. 28.05. 0:45 Nis Aircraft crashed 15km northwest of Nis. Pilot ejected
342. 0:50 Nis Aircraft crashed several kilometers northwest of Nis. Pilot killed
343. 1:21 Nis Three (3!!!) NATO aircraft shot down. Two of them crashed in the Bulgarian border region, southeast of Nis and the third near Razanj. Crashes confirmed by military border patrols and local villagers
344.
345.
346. 5:30 Novi Sad One aircraft hit with SAM. Plane headed toward southeast, over Fruska Gora mountain leaving a thick gray trail behind
347. 9:15 Boka Kotorska bay One American Hunter UAV shot down by Yugoslav Navy air defensee
348. 13:40 Nis Aircraft crashed onto Selicevica mountain, southeast of Nis. Pilot ejected
349. around 16:00 Golubinci, near Stara Pazova One aircraft exploded in the air after a direct hit. Two planes from the escort quickly turned around and left for Croatia. Confirmed by many eyewitnesses
350. 21:16 Skopje, Macedonia  
351. 29.05. around 2:00 between Batajnica and Ugrinovci, northwest of Belgrade One aircraft hit over Batajnica and crashed near Vojka. Pilot ejected
352. around 2:00 area between Banovo Brdo and Batajnica One aircraft hit and damaged only to crash after several direct hits over Fruska Gora mountain
353. 2:13 Cukarica, Belgrade One aircraft exploded while airborne after a direct missile hit and crashed near Borca
354. 15:45 Nis Aircraft hit over the city. Plane headed for Sicevo, east of Nis but exploded on route. Pilot killed
355. around 17:00 Dramic, near Novi Pazar German CL-289 UAV shot down
356. 30.05. 1:45 south of Nis F/A-18 Hornet. Pilot killed
357. 3:58 south of Nis F/A-18 Hornet. Pilot ejected and was captured near Zitni Potok, south of Prokuplje
358. 9:30 area between Zemun and Bezanijska Kosa One aircraft shot down (according to reports, either F-16 or F/A-18)
359. around 12:00 mountain Kitka, near Skopje One F-16 crashed on the mountain slopes after being hit over Kosovo. Villagers confirmed that they saw a plane spiralling down followed by dense black smoke. Shortly after, two helicopters were seen flying in that direction
360. afternoon St. Nikola (Sveti Nikola), Macedonia The inhabitants of St. Nikola, northeastern Macedonia, saw one aircraft fall. The villagers found the remains of the plane but NATO helicopters arrived soon, gathered the scattered parts and ferried them to one of their bases
361. 31.05. around 4:00 near Belgrade Two NATO planes hit and damaged
362.
363.   village Tabanovce, near Yugoslav-Macedonian border Crash of the UAV confimed by local villagers. NATO forces arrived shortly after to pick up the pieces
364. morning village Sopot, Macedonia One NATO aircraft (most probably US A-10A that was hit over Kosovo) barely managed to limp across the Yugoslav-Macedonian border, crashing near the Macedonian village
365. around 12:00 Mt. Vodno, near Skopje One NATO aircraft shot down, most probably by Yugoslav Mig-29. Pilot ejected
366. 14:10 Sabac One aircraft hit by a missile. Immediately after that, plane jettisoned its fuel tank and headed for Bosnia airspace. From the report of local villagers, plane crashed in the eastern part of Bosnia, near Bijeljina. By the remains of the fuel tank, the aircraft is an F-16. Whole incident was televized by RTS
367. 22:00 village Velike Hoce, near Prizren A-10 Thunderbolt II
368. 01.06. 4:00 Mt. Fruska Gora One aircraft hit over Fruska Gora mountain headed in direction of Sabac, probably to make an emergency landing on Tuzla airfield
369. 19:50 Srem, Vojvodina B-2A shot down. Aircraft crashed into Forest of Spacva, eastern Croatia. According to the unofficial reports, the aircraft in queston is Spirit of Washington ser. no. AV-11 88-0332 but that is still unconfirmed
370. 22:30 Stolivo UAV shot down by Yugoslav Navy
371. 02.06. 1:35 village Grabovac In the region of village, one aircraft shot down
372. 1:45 village Drazevac, near Belgrade One aircraft shot down. Pilot ejected
373. around 12:00 Kosovo One A-10 was hit over Kosovo. Pilot tried to crash-land his damaged plane at Petrovec airfield, Skopje but failed and crashed on the runway itself
374. 14:02 Mt. Suva (Suva planina) One aircraft shot down and crashed on the mountain slopes
375. 22:00 Backa Palanka UAV shot down
376.   Cenej, north of Novi Sad UAV shot down
377.   Kovilj, east of Novi Sad UAV shot down
378. 03.06. 10:30 Novi Sad One NATO aircraft hit and damaged. Plane headed for Romania
379. 06.06. 17:30 region of Slavonia, Croatia Unofficial reports indicate that a NATO aircraft crashed. Eyewitnesses claim that during the fall the plane was missing an engine, and was followed by a rescue helicopter
380. 07.06. between 0:12 and 0:40 area between Slankamen and Indjija One large bomber (most probably B-52) was shot down. Aircraft exploded after a direct SAM hit. Crew killed
381. 0:34 Batajnica, near Belgrade  
382. 0:48 Jabucki Rit, near Pancevo Aircraft exploded after a SAM hit
383. 0:50 Belgrade Aircraft shot down and crashed in the area between Batajnica and Surcin
384. 0:53 near Belgrade  
385. 11.06.   Kukes, Albania An RAF C-130 Hercules transport aircraft crashed while attempting to land on a dirt airstrip built by UAE humanitarian mission in Albania. The aircraft was carrying 12 people and ammunition. It exploded upon impact. According to NATO spokesman, one person on board was injured and hospitalized
386. 13.06. 8:30 Aviano airbase, Italy One F-15 appeared to have been damaged and was approached by fire and ambulance immediately upon landing


 
 
 

Still UNCLASSIFIED data (unknown either a date or a place of shot down):  

Approx. date Location Type of aircraft/Remarks
24.03. Kosovo One NATO aircraft (some sources say F-117) was hit by an air to air missile fired by pilot Iljo Arizanov flying MiG-29
from 24.03. till 31.03. Montenegro One NATO helicopter with rescue troops and a pilot that was picked up was shot down. Pilot was probably the one flying Sea Harrier that was shot down near Virpazar
from 24.03. till 07.04.   At least 4 (according to the latest information, 6) German aircraft (probably Tornadoes) were shot down. The crew of one aircraft is know to have ejected and was captured shortly after (either over Jastrebac or Fruska Gora), the crew of second Tornado was killed (it is possible that this is a Tornado that was shot down till 17:00 26.03. 12km south of Pancevo). Also, one German Tornado was shot down on 29.03. and the crew ejected (it is also possible that this Tornado is in fact the craft that was downed near the village of Gakovo)
26.03.
until 17:00
12km south of Bogatic UAV shot down
26.03.
until 17:00
4km south of Orahovac UAV shot down
26.03.
until 17:00
7 km south of Pancevo At least one F-16C was shot down in air to air combat. Military sources and some eyewitnesses say it was shot down by a Yugoslav MiG-29
28.03.   UAV shot down
28.03. Kosovo One F-16 shot down by Lt.Col. Cira Simic's unit
Third wave of attacks   4 F-16 were shot down by air defense units in the third wave of attacks. Information confirmed by Russian Defense Ministry
    According to reliable information, at least one (probably two) EA-6Bs were shot down
  Petrovcic, 15km west of Belgrade One NATO plane crashed
  probably over Kosovo One A-10 Thunderbolt II was shot down by Sgt. Sasa Mitic with Strela missile. Aircraft crashed near Presevo
  Kosovo One Tornado shot down by Sgt. Branko Tintor with Kub-M SAM (Lt.Col. Cira Simic's unit)
    Two aircraft shot down by Lt. Vladan Zivkovic with Strela missile system (Lt.Col. Momir Ivkovic's unit)
    One aircraft shot down by soldier Nikola Mileusnic with Strela-1M missile system (Lt.Col. Momir Ivkovic's unit)
    One NATO plane downed by Janko Milosevic (Lt.Col. Momir Ivkovic's air defense unit)
    One aircraft down by Sasa Kostadinovic with Strela-2M missile system
middle of April vicinity of Novi Sad One F-16C was shot down by Aleksandar Sunjka with 20mm AAA. Plane was hit in the cockpit area. Pilot killed
17.04.  village Rokci, near Aleksandrovac Wreckage of one F-16 was found
after 20.04. village of Vrazalice, area between Gorazde, Rogatica and Visegrad One NATO plane crashed. Local Serb police unit that tried to access the site was blocked by SFOR troops
until 05.05.   Major Zoran Velickovic's air defense unit shot down 2 NATO planes
06.05. Nis One of the four planes that was shot down over the city, was Belgian F-16. Pilot was captured as soon as he touched the ground
until 12.05.   Lt.Col. Nikola Blazevic's air defense unit shot down 3 NATO aircraft
until 12.05.    Lt.Col. Zoran Damnjanovic's air defense unit hit and damaged 9 NATO planes (5 of which crashed within Yugoslav territory) and 2 NATO UAVs
until 20.05.    Major Stojan Simijonovic's air defense unit shot down 5 NATO aircraft
until 20.05.   Lt.Col. Cira Simic's air defense unit shot down 13 airplanes and several UAVs
until 20.05.   Radovan Curcic's unit shot down 2 planes and one UAV


 
 

Still UNCONFIRMED (and hence, unreliable info):
(If anyone can contribute to this section regarding confirmations, it would be great!)
  

No. Day Time Location Type of aircraft/Remarks
A 18.04. around 10:30 Village Tanusevci, Macedonia One US EC-130E Rivet Rider crashed near the village Tanusevci, Macedonia, after being hit by Yugoslav air defense over Kosovo. Crew of 13 probably killed. Local police unit tried to access the site but was prevented by NATO troops
B 13.05.     According to reports, two aircraft were hit in the area of Kraljevo
C 15.05.   area of Lazarevac 2 or even possibly 3 aircraft were shot down near Lazarevac, according to eyewitnesses. One of them crashed in the vicinity of a coal mine
D 19.05.     One UAV was reportedly shot down near Batajnica, northwest of Belgrade
E 27.05. 9:55 Arandjelovac One plane hit and damaged
F 27.05.   region of Mt Cer According to semi-official reports, one plane was shot down in the region of Mt Cer. Three rescue helicopters were dispatched to rescue the pilot
G 31.05.   southeast of Nis Two aircraft reportedly shot down
H 02.06.   Banovo Brdo (Belgrade) According to reports, one aircraft was hit in the late evening hours over Banovo Brdo. Reports say that the pilot ejected and that the wreckage fell into direction of Fruska Gora mountain
I 03.06. around 4:00 area Zemun Polje - Surcin, northwest of Belgrade Two aircraft were shot down out of which, one ejection was reported over the radio channels.
J   Baric, near Obrenovac According to eyewitnesses, one parachute was seen in the sky
K   Mt. Vodno, near Skopje  
L   refuge camp Stenkovac  
M 08.06. 17:30 Pristina One B-52 Stratofortress shot down. Reported by several eyewitnesses


 
 

STATEMENTS by Yugoslav officials:  

Date Military/Government official Statement
March 29th major general
Spasoje Smiljanic,
Yugoslav Army's Air Force Commander
Yugoslav Air Force and Air Defense have, since the beginning of NATO aggression against FRY, inflicted "significant losses" on the enemy air force, having downed 7 fighter jets, 3 helicopters, over 30 cruise missiles and 3 RPVs [unmanned craft]. General Smiljanic said during the press conference in Belgrade, that the Yugoslav Air Force and Air Defense have sustained "minimal personnel losses", specifying seven dead and 17 wounded servicemen. He confirmed the downing of the American F-117A, supposedly "stealth" aircraft. "Do not ask me how", said general Smiljanic. According to him, "the Yugoslav Air Force and Air Defense have retained operational capability throughout the whole territory of FR Yugoslavia", though their stationary infrastructure have sustained from aerial attacks a damage in the level of US$ 300 million. General Smiljanic said that NATO warplanes flew 1300 missions from the onset of the aggression, that 400 cruise missiles have been launched to the territory of FRY, and that these attacks made use of airspaces of Hungary, Croatia, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Macedonia and Albania.
April 14th Slobodan Milosevic,
president of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia had shot down 36 NATO aircraft and 119 cruise missiles since the bombing began and accused the alliance of hiding its losses
April 17th lieutenant general
Nebojsa Pavkovic,
Commaner of the Third Army
Today, in a Radio Pristina broadcast general Pavkovic said that his troops had shot down 16 NATO planes, 47 missiles, three helicopters and four pilotless spy planes. The Third Army operates in southern Serbia, includng Kosovo.
NATO losses cited by Gen. Pavkovic do NOT include any aircraft or missiles shot down in the northern two thirds of the country which is defended by the First and the Second Armies of the Yugoslav military
April 22nd lieutenant general
Srboljub Trajkovic,
Commander of the First Army
During the war activities so far, units of the First Army shot down 3 enemy aircraft and 52 cruise missiles
April 28th lieutenant general
Dragoljub Ojdanic,
Yugoslav Army's General Chief of Staff
Until today, NATO has lost 46 combat planes, 6 helicopters, 8 UAVs, and 182 cruise missiles. According to an official announcement of the Yugoslav Army Supreme Command Headquarters Information Service, these are only those NATO aircraft that fell on Yugoslav territory. Also, since the beginning of military operations more the one hundred NATO servicemen died in Yugoslavia. This number includes only members of rescue helicopter teams, landing on the sites of crashes of grounded NATO airplanes to rescue their pilots. The Yugoslav military developed a very successfull tactic of destroying these squads and have being shooting the helicopters at the point of takeoff, when they are most vulnerable. According to the interview, most of the casualties are American, and others include German, French, British and Turkish servicemen. Based on data supplied by Belgrade, Yugoslav anti-aircraft defenses alredy grounded more then 50 NATO airplanes
April 29th major general
Spasoje Smiljanic,
Yugoslav Army's Air Force Commander
In spite of the enormous military preponderance of the forces NATO mustered for the attack on FR Yugoslavia, the set objectives have not been accomplished, and it NATO has certainly lost the first battle, and suffered a complete moral catastrophe. After a month of enormous military pressure, the YA AF and AD have preserved their combat potential and this proves the fact that NATO plans were completely unrealistic and the strategy fully off mark. All Air Defence subsystems are operational and continue to function with the anticipated efficiency - as the results confirm. Yugoslav Air Force and Air Defence downed 24 enemy planes (two of them being stealth F117), 2 helicopters, 2 drones and 30 cruise missiles. Furthermore, The Yugoslav Army Air Force and Air Defence have carried out all their assignments related to the support for YA ground forces. 
May 6th vice-admiral
Milan Zec,
Commander of the Yugoslav Navy
Yugoslav naval forces, so far, managed to shoot down 3 aircraft, 1 UAV and 5 cruise missiles. Also, one more aircraft was hit and damaged but it didn't crash
May 14th Pavle Bulatovic,
Yugoslav Defense Minister
Until today, units of the Yugoslav Army shot down more than 70 aircraft, dozen helicopters, couple of dozen UAVs and more than 180 cruise missiles
May 29th lieutenant general
Nebojsa Pavkovic,
Commaner of the Third Army
For the past two months, the enemy fired around 2800 bombs (projectiles) and 220 cruise missiles on 445 sites across Kosovo and Metohija. During that time, we shot down 47 aircraft, 4 helicopters and 21 UAV. From that number, Third Army forces downed 29, and Air Force and Air Defense forces 18 aircraft.
June 8th vice-admiral
Milan Zec,
Commander of the Yugoslav Navy
During the war period, naval forces had downed 3 manned combat planes, 3 UAVs and several missiles
June 12th lieutenant general
Nebojsa Pavkovic,
Commaner of the Third Army
For the past 79 days of the aggression, Third Army units managed to shoot down 34 enemy aircraft, 5 helicopters, 25 UAVs and 52 cruise missiles. This number, does NOT include aircraft and helicopters crashed outside of Yugoslav territory
June 15th lieutenant general
Dragoljub Ojdanic,
Yugoslav Army's General Chief of Staff
During the war period, units of Yugoslav Air force and Air Defence downed 61 NATO aircraft, 30 UAVs, 7 helicopters and 238 cruise missiles

This table was compiled by Djordje Pavicevic. His e-mail address is pavkens@EUnet.yu Please contact him if you have any information about new NATO losses or if you can add anything to the information already contained in this table. I (Venik) and Djordje will try to update this table as frequently as possible. For the previous version of the table click here.

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