Somebody mentioned that we have shot down B-2. Yes, our army had indeed shot down B-2a. And I have a military document that proves it.
Here is the document:
Shot down on 20.05.199. at 00:12 hours, with S-125M Neva.
It had crashed in Spaševanske forest in east of Croatia. Serial number AV-888-0329 (Spirit of Missouri).
BTW, I have no time to translate this document in English, but I can tell you what it is about.
In this document, commander of the 250th air-defence missile Brigade, Zoltan Dani, is asking for a high command for a leave (as a stimulative measure) for his crew as a reward for downing such a high value target. It is listed a complete crew of the S-125M Neva system, that shot it down.
BTW, in this document it is also mentioned that Harrier was shot down on 17.05.1999. at 13:15 hours with Strela-2M, by the First Sergeant Zoran Tepanac.
3 of B-2a had entered our airspace at the day one of them was shot down. Allegedly, one more was hit.
Local Croatians and fire-fighters are witnesses of the crash. They had reported that they where fighting a fire on the crash-site of the "plane the size of the football field", until Americans came and closed of the forest. Americans where entering forest with trucks and exiting with the same ones, but with lowered suspension (filled up with plane wreckage). Local Croatians call that Spačevanse forest "NATO forest".
And later, in Iraq, Americans have confirmed that they lost B-2a Spirit of Missouri, because they used exactly that Spirit against Iraq, to show that it is not destroyed. With elementary logic, you would know that it would be insane to use a plane that already had lots of flight hours from the last war, instead of using a fresh one. But they had to show, that they still have it. Of course,, nobody can actually go to their base and count the number of planes, and they could rename Spirits ans they wish, or even manufacture one is secrecy to show that all of them are there (accept the one that crashed in that accident).