The Galeb was complemented by a
generally similar but higher performance single-seat light attack/tactical reconnaissance version designated J-1 Jastreb (hawk), which had a strengthened airframe and was powered by the improved Rolls-Royce Viper 531 turbojet. This was built as the J-1 attack and RJ-1 tactical reconnaissance aircraft for the Yugoslav air force, with corresponding J-1E and RJ-1 E versions for export. For operational conversion a two-seat TJ-1 was developed.
Production of all versions of the Jastreb ended during 1978, and of the G-2A Galeb in 1983. It is unlikely that any Jastrebs or Galebs remain in use in Yugoslavia, and the status of the Libyan and Zambian aircraft is uncertain.
| MODEL||J-1 "Jastreb"|
| ENGINE||1 x Rolls-Royce "Viper" 531, 1361kg|
| Take-off weight||5100 kg||11244 lb|
| Loaded weight||2820 kg||6217 lb|
| Wingspan||11.68 m||38 ft 4 in|
| Length||10.88 m||36 ft 8 in|
| Height||3.64 m||12 ft 11 in|
| Wing area||19.43 m2||209.14 sq ft|
| Max. speed||820 km/h||510 mph|
| Ceiling||12000 m||39350 ft|
| Range w/max.fuel||1520 km||945 miles|
| ARMAMENT||3 x 12.7mm machine-guns, eight external hardpoints|
|A three-view drawing (592 x 976)|
|Mongi Chaieb, e-mail, 21.07.2011 23:50|
I'm and old pilot of the Galeb G-2 and Jastreb J-1 with captain Elbel Nisovitch and the captain Raditch and without forgetting the dear teacher Colonel Bob from 1980 to 1983 in the Air Academy of Musratah - Libye
|George Johnson, e-mail, 09.12.2007 06:00|
well this one all most look liks the p-80 shooting star along with the perormance..
thank you for having this site
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