hey its me fen and im sorry to make a post like this again but im stranded in missouri right now because our car broke down and mechanics have assured us that the problem is effectively unrepairable. we need to get back to columbus and get a car but my job sliced my hours the last few weeks and we just dont have the best credit right now so dealerships dont want to touch us without a cosigner. so like if anybody in missouri knows of a car being sold or can help us with money or something please don’t hesitate to send a message or something. my p*ypa* is sciamach at hotmail uhhh thank you for reading this
The Yugoslav People’s Army (YPA), also referred to as the Yugoslav National Army (YNA), was the military of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
The origins of the JNA can be found in the Yugoslav Partisan units of World War II. As part of the antifascist People’s Liberation War of Yugoslavia, the People’s Liberation Army of Yugoslavia (NOVJ), a predecessor of the JNA, was formed in the town of Rudo in Bosnia and Herzegovina on 22 December 1941. After the Yugoslav Partisans liberated the country from the Axis Powers, that date was officially celebrated as the Day of the Army in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFR Yugoslavia).
In March 1945, the NOVJ was renamed the Yugoslav Army (Jugoslovenska Armija) and finally on its 10th anniversary on 22 December 1951, received the adjective “People’s” (Narodna).
Leaving for a New Year’s Eve party 👸 I hope every single one of my followers will manifest all the goals they have set for MMXVI and I wish you all the strength to get back up and try again if you don’t succeed on your first try. Let the drinks commence and always reach for the sky. Cheers, ypa, skål, prost!