Country of Origin: Yugoslavia.
Similar Aircraft: M.B. 326, M.B. 339A.
Armament: Machine guns, bombs, rockets.
Dimensions: Length: 34 ft (10.36 m). Span: 34 ft, 4 in (10.48 m).
Wings: Low-mounted and slightly tapered. Fuel tanks are generally mounted at the square tips.
Engine(s): One turbojet inside body. Semicircular air intakes alongside the body extending from the rear of, and below, the canopy.
Fuselage: Rounded, tapered to the rear, and round nose. Bubble canopy. Rear of canopy is flush with the dorsal spine.
Tail: Flats low-mounted on the tail fin, equally tapered with square tips. Fin swept-back and tapered with a blunt tip.
Bosnia-Herzogovina, Burma (Super Galeb), Libya, Yugoslavia, Zambia.