ontenegro is one of Europe’s tiniest countries at only 5,333 square miles. It’s also one of the newest, after
splitting from Serbia in 2006. But its small, young air force is proud of its Balkan history and beauty – as well as its new helicopters.
lthough Montenegro regained its independence only 14 years ago after splitting from Yugoslavia, the rich
territorial history of this Balkan country and its capital city of Podgorica date way back to the 11th century. Podgorica sits at the crossroads of several historically important river routes in the valley of Lake Skadar near the Adriatic Sea.