Mi-35M multirole attack helicopter from Russian Helicopters in flight demonstration at KADEX 2016 10506161

 
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2 - 5 June 2016
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Mi-35M multirole attack helicopter from Russian Helicopters in flight demonstration at KADEX 2016.
Russian Helicopters Group showcases a wide range of rotorcraft at the KADEX 2016 arms exhibition in Kazakhstan, including the Mil Mi-35M (NATO reporting name: Hind-E) attack helicopter in flight demonstration. Russian Helicopters Group is a subsidiary of Russia’s state hi-tech corporation Rostec.
     
Russian Helicopters Group showcases a wide range of rotorcraft at the KADEX 2016 arms exhibition in Kazakhstan, including the Mil Mi-35M (NATO reporting name: Hind-E) attack helicopter in flight demonstration. Russian Helicopters Group is a subsidiary of Russia’s state hi-tech corporation Rostec.
     
Russian Helicopters Group showcases military rotorcraft to representatives of the Kazakh Interior Ministry, the Committee for Emergency Situations and the Armed Forces during the exhibition, including the advanced Mi-35M attack helicopter.

"Russian Helicopters Group also showcases civil rotorcraft as part of the static exposition, in particular, a full-scale prototype of the Ansat light multipurpose helicopter and the promising Mi-171A2 and Mi-38 medium rotorcraft that have aroused interest of Kazakh helicopter operators," the press office added.

The multirole Mi-35M attack helicopter is a comprehensive modernisation of the Mi-24V. The Mi-35M was developed by the Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant, and has been series produced at Rostvertol since 2005.

The Mi-35M is distinguished by its improved construction. It is equipped with the latest Klimov-produced powerful VK-2500 turboshaft engines, fibreglass main rotor blades, main rotor head with elastomeric joints, a new swashplate and X-type tail rotor. The Mi-35M’s fuselage boasts shortened stub wings and fixed landing gear.

The Mi-35 can be armed with up to eight 9 M114, 9 M120, 9M120F Ataka-V SACLOS radio guided anti-tank missiles, up to 80 'S-8' 80mm unguided rockets and 20 'S-13' type 122mm unguided aircraft rockets.

A turret is mounted at the front of the cockpit with twin-barrel GSh-23V 23mm cannon with 450 to 470 rounds of ammunition.
     
Russian Helicopters Group showcases a wide range of rotorcraft at the KADEX 2016 arms exhibition in Kazakhstan, including the Mil Mi-35M (NATO reporting name: Hind-E) attack helicopter in flight demonstration. Russian Helicopters Group is a subsidiary of Russia’s state hi-tech corporation Rostec.
 

 

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