MOSCOW—A decade-long effort to upgrade Russia’s Mi-28N attack helicopter recently paid off, with a Russian government order for 98 Mi-28NMs, with deliveries through 2027. The $16 billion package of 46 contracts includes the purchase of 76 Su-57 fighters to be delivered by the end of 2027. MKB Vympel also received an order for new beyond-visual range “Izdeliye 180” (R-77M) guided air-to-air missiles for the Su-57s, and Russian helicopters scored a deal for 10 ...

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