Russia Looks To Recharge Helicopter Industry

Credit: Chris Lofting
The end of the Cold War spelled disaster for Russia's helicopter industry. Fledgling programs were left stillborn and starved of development funds as the new Russia tried to slip the anchors of socialism. The small number of orders that did arise were pursued by two factories in Ulan-Ude and Kazan...

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