Russian Helicopters Mi-28

The Mi-28 is a twin-engine, tandem-seat attack helicopter. In Russian military use, the Mi-28 has become the successor to the Mi-24. First flight occurred in 1982. The current version is the all-weather/night-capable Mi-28N, which saw initial deliveries in 2006. The Mi-28N is powered by 2,194-shp...

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