Kamov Ka-52 Crashes Near Moscow

MOSCOW — A Kamov Ka-52 two-seat attack helicopter crashed and burned after a hard landing at the Kamov test base in the southeast suburbs of Moscow Oct. 29. The Ka-52 test aircraft belonged to the Kamov design company, now a part of Russian Helicopters holding company. The crew survived. The pilot...

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