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Mi-28 (Havoc)

 

The Russian attack helicopter Mi-28 Havoc

 

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Mi-28. Photo : Russian MoD

 

     The Mi-28 (Havoc – NATO reporting name) is a Russian attack helicopter. It is developed in the Soviet Union and the Russia in the 1980’s-2000’s by Mil. The first flight was conducted on 10 November 1982. The Mi-28 entered into service in 2008.




Variants

Mi-28: Prototype. First flight the 10 November 1982.
Mi-28A: Prototype.
Mi-28N: First flight 14 November 1996. In service from 2008.
Mi-28NE: Export version.
Mi-28UB: Training and combat version.
Mi-28NM: Modernized variant. First flight the 29 July 2016.


Armament

Gun: 30 mm 2A42 30 mm / 250 rounds
Rocket launcher: S-8, S-13
Air-to-surface missile: Shturm-V, Ataka-V
Air-to-air missile: Igla-V


Specifications

Crew: 2
Powertrain: 2 x VK-2500
Power: 2 x 2200 hp
Cruise speed: 265 km/h
Maximum speed: 300 km/h
Service ceiling: 5600 m
Empty weight: 8095 kg
Combat weight: 10900 kg
Max. takeoff weight: 12100 kg
Range: 450 km


Dimensions

Length: 17.05 m
Rotor diameter: 17.20 m
Heigh: 3.82 m

 

 

 

 

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Mi-28. Photo : Russian MoD

 

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Mi-28. Photo : Russian MoD

 

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Mi-28. Photo : I. Rudenko/Russian MoD

 

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Mi-28. Photo : Russian MoD

 

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Mi-28. Photo : Russian MoD

 

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Mi-28. Photo : Russian MoD

 

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Mi-28. Photo : Russian MoD

 

Mi-28 009

Mi-28. Photo : Russian MoD

 

 

 

 

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