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  • Mil Mi-25 Hind D Gunship

    nos olvidabamos de este poderoso sistema, shame on us
    aunque esten plantados por falta de "previo interes" por parte de quienes ya sabemos ... una vez, reparados y repotenciados... 8O no se pongan en su camino
    nadie en tierra, que este en su sano juicio desearia estar el "el lado recibidor"
    adelante muchanchos, quiero fotos e info sobre este formi-diablo fierro

    The Mi-24 attack / transport helicopter was developed by the Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant, a subsidiary of Russian Helicopters. The…

    el loco.

  • #2
    Loco sabes en q quedo la modernizacion al estandar Mi-35, creo q Rusia estaba pensando traer Mi-35 mientras modernizaban los nuestros.



    • #3
      supe que con el mi 35 tuvieron problemas por que algunos sistemas que se le agregaron alteraban el centro de gravedad del aparato
      ¿es cierto que los hind no tienen misiles fire and forget?

      un saludo


      • #4
        Mi-24 HIND
        Mi-25 HIND D
        Mi-35 HIND E

        The Mi-24, the first helicopter to enter service with the Russian Air Force as an assault transport and gunship, was developed on the basis of the Mi-8's propulsion system. Additional missions include direct air support, antitank, armed escort, and air to air combat. The helicopter was used extensively in the Afghanistan War, becoming the "signature" weapon of the conflict. The Mi-24 is a close counterpart to the American AH-64 Apache, but unlike this and other Western assault helicopters it is also capable of transporting up to eight troops. The Russians have deployed significant numbers of HINDs in Europe and have exported the HIND to many third world countries.

        The five-blade main rotor is mounted on top of fuselage midsection, while short, stubby, weapon-carrying wings are mounted at the fuselsage midsection. Two turboshaft engines are mounted above body midsection with two round air intakes located just above the cockpit and exhaust ports on the sides of engines. The Hind A fuselage consists of a large, oval-shaped body with a glassed-in cockpit, tapering at the rear to the tail boom. The Hind D fuselage features nose modification with tandem bubble canopies, and a chin-mounted turret. The swept-back tapered tail fin features a rotor on the right on some models, with tapered flats on a boom just forward of the fin.

        External stores are mounted on underwing external stores points. Each wing has three hardpoints for a total of six stations. A representative mix when targeting armor formations would be eight AT-6 ATGMs, 750x 30-mm rounds, and two 57-mm rocket pods. The aircraft can store an additional ammunition basic load in the cargo compartment in lieu of carrying troops. Armored cockpits and titanium rotor head able to withstand 20-mm cannon hits. Every aircraft has an overpressurization system for operation in a NBC environment.
        The HIND’s wings provide 22% to 28% of its lift in forward flight. In a steep banking turn at slower airspeeds, the low wing can lose lift while it is maintained on the upper wing, resulting in an excessive roll. This is countered by increasing forward airspeed to increase lift on the lower wing. Because of this characteristic, and the aircraft’s size and weight, it is not easily maneuverable. Therefore they usually attack in pairs or multiple pairs, and from various directions.

        Nearly all of the older HIND A, B and C variants have been upgraded or modified to the HIND D or E standard.
        Mi-24D/HIND D: Direct air support.
        Mi-24V/HIND E: Direct air support. Most proliferated version.
        Mi-24P/HIND F: Direct air support. The fixed twin gun cut the turret profile, and empty weight to 8,200 kg, while boosting maximum gross weight to 12,000 kg.
        Mi-24R/HIND G-1: NBC sampling. It has mechanisms to obtain soil and air samples, filter air, and place marker flares.
        Mi-24K/HIND G-2: Photo-recon, and artillery spotting. Has a camera in cabin, gun, rocket pods, but no targeting system.
        Mi-25: Export version of the HIND D.
        Mi-35: Export version of the HIND E. The Mi-35M has a twin barrel 23-mm gun.
        Mi-35P: Export version of the HIND F.

        Country of Origin Russia  
        Builder MIL  
        Date of Introduction  1976 (HIND D)  
        Role Assault, gunship, antitank  
        Similar Aircraft AH-1 Cobra (all models), UH-60 Black Hawk, AH-64 Apache, Mangusta A129  
        Blades  Main rotor: 5
        Tail rotor: 3  
        Rotor diameter Main Rotor : 17.3 meters
        Tail Rotor: 3.9 meters  
        Wing span 6.5 meters  
        Length Length : 21.6 m (rotors turning)
        Length : 17.5 m (fuselage)  
        Height 13 ft., 11 in.
        6.5 meters (gear extended)  
        Cargo Compartment Dimensions Floor Length: 2.5 meters
        Width: 1.5 meters
        Height: 1.2 meters  
        Weight Maximum Gross: 11,500 kg
        Normal Takeoff: 11,100 kg
        Empty: 8,500 kg  
        Fuel Internal: 1,840 liters
        Internal Aux Tank (in cabin): 1,227 liters
        External Fuel Tank: 500 liters ea.  
        Engine 2 x 2,200 shp Isotov TV-3-117 turbines  
        Maximum speed 168 mph / 335 km/h  
        Cruising speed 295 km/h  
        Range Normal Load: 450 km
        With Aux Fuel: 950 km  
        Service Ceiling 4,500 meters  
        Hover  out of ground effect: 1,500 meters
        in ground effect : 2,200 meters  
        Vertical Climb Rate  15 m/s  
        Max “G” Force  1.75 g  
        Standard Payload Internal load: 8 combat troops or 4 litters
        External weapons load: 1,500 kg
        External load (no weapons): 2,500 kg  
        Armament 12.7-mm 4x Barrel Machinegun, YaKB-12.7:
        Range (m): (practical) 1,500
        Elevation/Traverse: 20° up to 60° down/ 120°
        Ammo Type: HEFI, APT, Duplex, DuplexT
        Rate of Fire (rpm): up to 4,500 (pilot selectable) 
        30-mm Twin Barrel Cannon, GSh-30K:
        Range (m): (practical) 4,000
        Elevation/Traverse: None (rigidly mounted)
        Ammo Type: HEFI, HEI, APT, APE, CC
        Rate of Fire (rpm): 300, or 2,000 to 2,600 
        750 - 1x twin 30-mm gun, or 
        1,470 - 12.7-mm 4 barrel turret gun 
        2-12 - AT-2C or AT-6C Spiral ATGMs 
        2-4 - 80-mm S-8 rocket pods (20 ea.) 
        2-4 - 57-mm S-5 rocket pods (32 ea.) 
        940 - GSh-23L twin 23-mm MG pods 
        4 - 250-kg bombs FAB-250 
        2 - 500-kg bombs 
        500 liters External fuel tanks 
        Most Probable Armament 
        HIND D: Turret-mounted 4-barrel 12.7-mm Gatling type machinegun, 57-mm rockets, AT-2C/ SWATTER ATGMs. 
        HIND E: Turret-mounted 4-barrel 12.7-mm Gatling type machinegun or twin barrel 23-mm turret gun, 57-mm rockets, AT-6C/ SPIRAL ATGMs. 
        HIND F: Fixed 30-mm twin gun on the right fuselage side, 57-mm rockets, AT-6C/ SPIRAL ATGMs. 
        Loaded combat troops can fire personal weapons through cabin windows. 
        Sensors FLIR, RWR, laser designator  
        AVIONICS The ATGM targeting system uses a low-level light TV, a laser designator, FLIR, air data sensor, and a missile guidance transmitter. 
        HIND D versions are primarily daytime aircraft only. Some HIND E and Mi-35 series export versions have upgraded night and weather capabilities, better avionics, weather radar, autopilot, HUD, GPS, NVG compatibility, more armor, and an increased weapons load provided by the French company Sextant Avionique. 
        Survivability Main and tail rotors electrically deiced. 
        Infrared signature suppressors can be mounted on engine exhausts. 
        Radar warning receivers, IFF, Infrared jammer, rotor brake, chaff and flares. 
        Armored cockpit. 
        Crew Two (pilots in tandem cockpits)  
        User Countries At least 34 countries -- Armenia, Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola, Belarus, Bulgaria, Cambodia, CIS, Cuba, Czech Republic, Ethiopia, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Mongolia, Mozambique, Nicaragua, North Korea, Peru, Poland, Slovakia, South Yemen, Syria, Ukraine, Vietnam
        un saludo


        • #5
          La validez del helicoptero de ataque está en duda. Algunos afirman que es mejor armar un MD-500, en lugar de tener helicopteros especializados(de fábrica) y bastante caros.

          El Mi-24/25/35 es un helicoptero híbrido, cuyo verdadera misión es inserción de fuerzas especiales, apoyo de fuego y/o escolta de helicopteros de transporte. Es demasiado grande y vulnerable al fuego anti-aereo, tal y como ya hemos visto en enfrentamientos con el Ecuador.

          Para misiones CAS y/o anti tanque tenemos el Su-25.