3D model of a subsonic ground-attack and reconnaissance aircraft designed and manufactured by SOKO, a former Yugoslav aircraft company. The aircraft was developed in cooperation between Yugoslavia and Romania during the 1970s and is also known as the IAR-93 Vultur in Romanian service. The first flight of the J-22 Orao occurred on November 22, 1974. Its primary role is ground-attack and reconnaissance, and it was designed to perform close air support, battlefield interdiction, and counter-insurgency missions. The main users of the Soko J-22 Orao were the Yugoslav Air Force, and after the dissolution of Yugoslavia, the air forces of Serbia and Montenegro, and the Republic of Srpska.
The model is made in compliance with the proportions and dimensions of the real aircraft.
All files were "smoothed", but you can write to us and get a version with the original geometry. You can download the model in any convenient format.
Object has separated main parts so that you can easily make any changes and modify materials.
- Textures are included in the set;
- Images were rendered in V-Ray without post-processing.