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Ikarus MM-2
One prototype Ikarus MM-2 obtained in 1941. Low-wing fighter trainer designed by Dragutin Miloševic and Đorde Manojlovic. The aircraft was built during 1940 and made it first flight in early 1941. 420 hp IAM K-7 engine. The prototype was captured by the Germans during the April War and passed to the Croatian Air Force. It was destroyed in sabotage in May 1942.

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
      1941 to HRZ Apr 1941. w/o May 1942

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Ikarus Orkan
One prototype Ikarus Orkan ordered in March 1938. High-wing wing-engined bomber-reconnaissance aircraft. 840 hp Fiat A.74 RC.38 engines. The aircraft made its first flight on 24 June 1940, but was damaged on landing. Repairs were not completed until March 1941. On the opening day of the April 1941 war, the prototype was damaged and grounded. It was captured by the Germans and transported to Germany for evaluation in September 1941. Its subsequent fate remains unknown.

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
      1940  

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