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Hello community! About 35 years ago, in the early 70s, the governments of Yugoslavia and Romania came together to start a project with the intention of designing a new aircraft for ground-attack use. As a replacement for the old J-1 Jastreb, the J-22 Orao was developed. As "Orao" is the serbian

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Hello community!

About 35 years ago, in the early 70s, the governments of Yugoslavia and Romania came together to start a project with the intention of designing a new aircraft for ground-attack use. As a replacement for the old J-1 Jastreb, the J-22 Orao was developed. As "Orao" is the serbian word for "Eagle", the name fits very well for this aircraft.
Equipped with 2 Rolls Royce Viper-engines and two 23mm GSh-23L guns the Orao can be seen as some kind a universal weapon.
Its armament can be flexibly varied as you can install BL-755 bombs, AGM-65 Maverick missiles, AA-2 Atoll/R-13 air-to-air missiles and many more.
There also is a twin-seated variation of the J22 which is called the NJ-22(M). But this one won't find the way into our modification.

The OPK J-22 was modelled by Hunter and skinned by Kampfwiesel. The sound of our Eagle is being developed by DaWallace and Nordstern, the flightdynamics and weapon systems by Nightmare and Bernie/Starforce.

And here are the pictures of the J-22

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Now it's done, our latest news-update for the version 0.2 of OPK. See you next time!

Your Operation-Peacekeeper Team.

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Very nice renders!

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