MOSCOW ­— Russian Helicopters has unveiled a training version of Mil Mi-28 attack helicopter, dubbed Mi-28UB, which made its first demo flight at the Rostvertol flight test center in Rostov-on-Don Aug. 9. At the end of August, the Mi-28UB (Uchebno-Boevoy, Training and Combat) will be displayed at MAKS 2013 air show in Zhukovsky, near Moscow. Mi-28UB was developed under the requirements of Russia’s Defense Ministry and is designed for training pilots to operate the Mi-28N Night ...

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