Pranjane Airfield was an improvised airfield on the top of a mountain in Serbia which was used for the rescure of over 500 downed American airmen in WWII, from Serbia to Bari, Italy.
Above: Dedication Plaque at Pranjane Airfield, Serbia.
Above: Dedication of the air field in Pranjane in April 2004. The field in Pranjane, a small village in central Yugoslavia, that was turned into an emergency airstrip for the evacuation of Allied airmen in 1944.
Above: Dedication of the air field in Pranjane in April 2004. Jibilian is located third from left with his hand over his heart for the National Anthem.
Above: Past Foreign Minister of Serbia, Vuk Draskovic, attending the ceremony on the air field in Pranjane in April 2004. Mr. Draskovic invisited American airmen to attend the ceremony.
Above: American Legion Dedication Plaque in Fremont, Ohio, USA, dedicated to Draza Mihailovic, signed by American airmen.
Above: American Legion Dedication Plaque in Fremont, Ohio, USA. This plaque bears the names of Arthur "Jibby" Jibilian, US Army Captain Nikola Lalich, Eli Popovac and Curtis "Bud"Diles Jr. among others.
Above: The American Legion, Fremont, Ohio, 2001.
Above: Prince Aleksandar of Serbia (middle first row) receiving American airmen in his residence in Belgrade. First to the left of Prince Aleksandar (holding a cain), is Geroge Vujnovich who was in charge of the whole "Halyard Mission". Jilibian is located second on the left (second row).