Soko G.2 Galeb
The first of two prototype SOKO G2-A Galeb (Gull) two-seat trainer and light attack aircraft was flown during May 1961 and production was started in 1963.
Powered by a 2,500 lb / 1134kg thrust Rolls-Royce Viper 22-6 turbojet, the G2-A was the standard version for the Yugoslav air force. A G2-AE export variant became available from late 1974 and was built for Libya and Zambia. The basic G2-A version served with the Yugoslav Air Force and G-2A-Es with Libya and Zambia.
Production of the G-2A Galeb in 1983.
Engine: 1 x 2500 lbs.t. (1134 kgp) Bristol Siddeley Viper A.S.V.11 Mk. 22-6 turbojet
Span: 34ft 0.75 in (10.38 m)
Length: 33 ft 11.5 in (10.35 m)
Height: 3.3 m / 11 ft 10 in
Wing area: 209.14 sq.ft (19.43 sq.m)
Empty weight: 5485 lb (2488 kg)
Loaded weight: 7,438 lb. (3374 kg)
Max. speed: 505 mph (812 kph) at 20,340ft (6200 m)
Cruise: 334 mph (537 kph)
Initial climb: 4,500 fpm (22.86 m/sec)
Ceiling: 10000 m / 32800 ft
Range w/max.payload: 1250 km / 777 miles
SOKO G-2 Galeb