Russia will develop a new generation of helicopter "Hind"

The Mil MI-24 combat helicopter, referred to as "Hind" in NATO terminology, was a symbol of Soviet military might during the Cold War. Built in more than 2500 units, exported to more than 60 countries, the device has participated, over the course of its evolutions and modernizations, in more than ten major conflicts, ranging from the war in Afghanistan to the Russian intervention. in South Ossetia. Unlike Western concepts, which divided combat helicopters like the Apache AH-64 and Cobra AH-1, Soviet engineers opted for the “GunShip” configuration, a heavily armed and armored helicopter capable of transporting up to 8 men simultaneously.

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