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Kamov Ka-26 'Hoodlum'
Registration: DDR-SPY /D-HOAY
Country of origin: Russia
Built: Soviet Union, 1973
Manufacturer: Kamov
Constructor's Number: 303806
Engines: Two 325hp Vedeneyev M-14V-26 radial piston engines
Type: One or two crew utility light helicopter
Note: The Ka-26 has cleverly designed detachable pods for different roles (cargo/crop spraying/air-ambulance/ passengers). The passenger pod carries up to 6 passengers
MIL Mi-1 (SM-1) 'Hare'
Registration: 2007
Country of origin: Russia
Built: Swidnik, Poland, 1959
Manufacturer: MiL Helicopters
Constructor's Number: S112007
Engines: One 575hp Ivchenko AI-26V radial piston engine
Type: 3/4 seat light utility and training helicopter
Note: Polish built Mi-1 which was the first Russian helicopter to enter large-scale production with 3,500 built
MIL Mi-2 'Hoplite'
Registration: SP-SAY
Country of origin: Russia
Built: Swidnik, Poland, 1985
Manufacturer: MiL Helicopters
Constructor's Number: 529538125
Engines: Two 400shp Isotov GTD-350 turboshaft engines
Type: Utility transport / training helicopter
Note: Polish built development of the Mi-1 Hare with roof mounted turboshaft engines
MIL Mi-4 'Hound'
Registration: 9147
Country of origin: Russia
Built: Soviet Union, c.1957
Manufacturer: MiL Helicopters
Constructor's Number:
Engines: One 1700hp Shvetsov Ash-82V
Type: 16 seat utility transport
Note: Russian answer to the S-55 (Whirlwind) helicopter. Over 3000 were produced. This one from the Czech Air Force was the first Russian military helicopter in a UK museum when it was acquired in 1992
MIL Mi-8PS 'Hip'
Registration: 618
Country of origin: Russia
Built: Soviet Union, 1972
Manufacturer: MiL Helicopters
Constructor's Number: 10618
Engines: Two 1500shp Klimov TV2-117A turboshaft engines
Type: 28 seat utility helicopter
Note: A rugged utility helicopter still in production with more than 12,000 built to date. This one was used by the Polish Air force for VIP transport. Displayed in Russian colours following filming for the 2019 movie 'Black Widow'
MIL Mi-24D 'Hind'
Registration: 421 / 96+26
Country of origin: Russia
Built: Soviet Union, 1981
Manufacturer: MiL Helicopters
Constructor's Number: 110159
Engines: Two 2200shp Klimov TV3-117 turboshaft engines
Type: Two plus eight seat attack helicopter
Note: The M-24D Hind was the most heavily armed attack helicopter of the Cold War. This one served in the East German Army prior to unification with West Germany in 1991.
PZL-Swidnik SM-2
Registration: 5
Country of origin: Poland
Built: Swidnik, Poland 1961
Manufacturer: PZL-Swidnik
Constructor's Number: 1005
Engines: One 575hp Ivchenko AI-26V radial piston engine
Type: Utility and air ambulance helicopter
Note: Polish developed version of the Rusian Mi-1 Hare for air ambulance and passenger transport use