• July 25, 2024

For the Russians, the Mi-28 attack helicopter is the backbone of this army

On the battlefield today, modern combat vehicles increasingly demonstrate its superiority. Attack helicopters have long been the standard for many militaries. For the Russians, the Mi-28 attack helicopter is the backbone of this army.


Leading US defense experts have also made good assessments of the power of this attack helicopter. Even when comparing the Mi-28 with similar Western ωεɑρσռs, it has many outstanding advantages. Accordingly, Mi-28 has strong firepower, maneuverability and high survivability. Especially the next generation Mi-28N, which is appreciated by the military experts. It is considered one of the best attack helicopters currently available.


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The Mil Mi-28, known by the NATO codename Havoc. It is a modern combat helicopter able to destroy armoured and unarmoured combat material, low and slow flying airborne vehicles and other battlefield targets. The Mi-28 is developed in the Soviet Union and the Russia in the 1980s to 2000s by Mil. The first flight was conducted on 10 November 1982 and entered into service in 2008.


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The story of the Mi-28 began in 1972, after completing Mil Mi-24, the Soviet Union requested the development of a high-performance attack helicopter. Its intended role was to fight against enemy tanks and helicopters and include helicopter landing operations.

Mi-28 Havoc


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The design work on the Mi-28 began under Marat Tishchenko in 1980, two prototypes were completed and the trial phase was completed in 1984. But in October 1984 the Soviet Air Force chose the more advanced Kamov Ka-50 as the new anti-tank helicopter, Mi-28 development continued, but given lower priority. The Mi-28A was first launched at the Paris Air Show in June 1989, but later the Mi-28A program was canceled because it was deemed uncompetitive with the Ka-50, in particular it was not all-weather capable.

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