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AREIOS DEFENSE, e-mail, 01.09.2017 16:44

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John Totty, e-mail, 19.07.2016 18:43

Interesting comments on this site and some great and passionate discussions! I flew AH-64s in the US Army back in the 80s and 90s and have flown the Mi-24 since 2002. We now provide adversary training to DoD in the Mi-24 and I fly it regularly. Both aircraft are great at what they were designed to do. If anyone is interested in receiving training in the Mi-24 in the United States, please contact me. Another thing...both the AH-64 and the Mi-24 have good air conditioners...thank God for that!


Joe, e-mail, 22.04.2016 22:14

Please be advised , currently there are two Mi24's available for purchase.

Aircraft are ready for delivery and inspection.

A EUC / End User Certificate is required for purchasing of aircraft
and inspection.

No TireKickers.. Serious buyers only.

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kyaw, e-mail, 19.04.2016 06:16

I want to see this helicopter`s electrical diagram


kyaw, e-mail, 19.04.2016 06:15

I want to see this helicopter`s electrical diagram


kyaw, e-mail, 19.04.2016 06:10

This helicopter is good performance and i like it


carlos, e-mail, 28.07.2015 05:01

Anyone who thinks the AH-64 has problems and is a "nightmare in the field to work on" is a fool until you have had hands on with either airframe You come across as a ARMCHAIR WARRIOR and need to keep your uninformed views to your self,, I work for Boeing on the AH-64


Kamal Johari, e-mail, 24.05.2015 21:46

I am looking to purchase 6 Hinds. Please contact me. Thank you.


TORBJÖRN KAMPE, e-mail, 12.04.2015 00:50

Thanks mil and ticeko for a great warrior who is even today a nightmare for fenden to meet. A nightmare in Afganestan and Kurdistan and elsewhere it has drawn fram.till and the United States have anyone to practice with.
It's such a machine to create fear.

THANKS MIL MIL-24D


Joe, e-mail, 30.10.2014 11:00

Currently have Qnty 6 , Mi24's Available for Sale
All will be AirWorthy in 90 Days Time .

EUC no exceptions to inspect aircraft.

Asking price per aircraft is $9.3 Million USD

We own the Aircraft, No idiot broker involved.

You will have to add on to cover yourself.


joe, e-mail, 02.10.2014 11:44

Have Mi24's for Sale

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MI-24-D-B, 1983 GV, kapremont 1988, 1110 hrs

MI-24-D-B, 1984 GV, kapremont 1993, 1416 hrs

MI-24-D-B, 1984 GV, kapremont 1995, 1200 hrs

MI-24-D-B, 1984 GV, 1995 kapremont, 1150 hrs

-- price approx $2.5 million USD per Helicopter , prices Qnty Subjected to change at anytime , have other airframes available required overhauls


cheslav, e-mail, 20.04.2014 22:38

Can supply up to ten units MI 24 (P and V) after complete overhaul and modernization. Crews rental and ground equipment, etc.


robert tunlin, e-mail, 20.07.2013 12:16

this gunship discover the new fighting technique.many diffrence trend
with ah64 gunship role i think.hinds are apt with compact commando
operation squad.this gunship is leader of special task force operation
(eg:sas,uk).this idea must be used in us military ; must be considefed.


robert tunlin, e-mail, 20.07.2013 12:16

this gunship discover the new fighting technique.many diffrence trend
with ah64 gunship role i think.hinds are apt with compact commando
operation squad.this gunship is leader of special task force operation
(eg:sas,uk).this idea must be used in us military ; must be considefed.


k span machine, e-mail, 20.04.2013 20:55

ddd


Bell, e-mail, 22.01.2013 11:16

Hi All

I am based in london and want to get MI (Russian) chopper training, can anyone tell me how I can do this? Does anyone know a good place (reasonable) in EU or other countries that I can do this?


marc, e-mail, 10.12.2012 23:31

You can't fairly compare an Mi-24 to an AH-64... they have different roles.... The apache is a dedicated ground attack platform....The apache is a specialist.. The Hind is a generalist... The apache would fail if moving a squad was the task.... but the hind would fail if attacking several heavy armor targets was the task... but one thing is certain.... the logistics necessary to keep an Apache airborne is huge compared to the Hind.... this is why only the richest forces use Ah-64.... the unit cost on the AH-64 D is about $38 Million USD... the Unit cost on the Mi-24 is about $5 million USD.... new... you can prob get an old airframe for about 1-2 million ..... So for the cost of one Apache airframe you could buy several Hinds, and set up the program with training and maint tools and parts.....


Benedict Nike, e-mail, 15.08.2012 00:48

i wish i can just join this crew its fantastic


Marco, e-mail, 26.07.2012 20:48

You can't just look at the airframe to compare these two. The Apache is a battlefield logistics nightmare. Especially in Middleast environments. I can't even imagine how many maintenance manhours are needed per flight hour for the Ah-64. Soviet Aircraft have always had the edge here. Gas arm and go... Gas arm and go... Rarely you will ever get into a chopper on chopper duel... the ancillary battlefield elements always come into play as do the fighting doctrine of the rival forces. Add the fact that these two aircraft fill completely different niches... It would be more appropriate to compare a Havoc to an Apache... THere is really no NATO equivalent to the Hind... maybe the blackhawk can fill some of the ground support roles using the DAP penetrator package... but still those blackhawks require a jhell of alot more maintainance hours than the Hind... The Hind is an amazing airframe... It fills its niche perfectly and is one of the greatest contributions the Soviet designers have come up with.


francis mazhandu, e-mail, 05.06.2012 17:06

What is the defference between CII Y 8 AA3 and AA4?


jalil, e-mail, 26.04.2012 19:17

i want information


Pilot Mirwais khan, e-mail, 10.01.2012 16:19

I m an Afghan pilot of Mi24...i like Mi24...?


Pilot Mirwais khan, e-mail, 10.01.2012 16:17

I m an Afghan pilot of Mi24...i like Mi24...?


HERY TENANG, e-mail, 30.09.2011 11:27

we need tyre main and nose gear MI35 for our costumer, please contact me if there is supplier for that stuff, thanks


Rohan Kanungo, e-mail, 13.09.2011 17:53

Can anyone tell me the reason for naming this aircraft as 'Hind'.
Also the significance of that


AREF, e-mail, 29.04.2011 11:08

PLEASE SEND TO ME THE LIST OF MI-24 MAIN PARTS AND HARDWARE


matt, e-mail, 29.10.2010 02:57

i have been in the army for a min and i have used the longbow for cca a few times but that was on ground targets, the ah64 is one mean mofo when it comes to cca, i only have one mem with a hind and it was on my first deployment to the middle east, when my platoon and i were following some smugglers into another country that country got pist and sent 2 hinds to push us out, and let me say that damn hind is no joke. the sound of it, and look is deff something i wont forget...didnt stop us from goin back in there again...assholes aint so tough with out there hind lol


Arjuna, e-mail, 07.08.2010 23:26

I must say that this is one of the most formidable and most powerful multi-role attack gunship the world has ever witnessed.

It has really come to tell us how well the Russians are.


sevedsky soyuz, e-mail, 04.07.2010 03:56

Mil Mi-24's were used in the Soviet involvement in afganistan as convoy escorts and searched for guerrilla activity. hinds were the primary close air support weapon.
many mi 24's were shot down by stinger missiles.


Ganzorig, e-mail, 15.06.2010 13:12

It`s very good helicopter whit powerfull engines!!! I had been training on it last month! I am a student...


Aeroflex Integrated Resources, e-mail, 27.05.2010 08:14

Dear Sir,

I’m looking for immediate Mi-24 Simulator Training.


Kindly provide information as follows:
Considering all pilot are experience,


1. Duration of the course
2. What is the Number of hours allocated for the training? Subject to be though?
3. What is the number of hours allocated for the technical subject? Subject to be though?
4. Training Syllabus and time table
5. Accommodation and messing
6. Distance from Airport to Hotel
7. Distance from Hotel to Training Center
8. Training Center certifications
9. Name of your International Airport?
10. Which Airport should we land?
11. Any certificate given?
12. Isn’t located in the College or at Repair center?
13. What is the minimum number of crew allow for each training?
14. Please send me more information/photos about your training center.
15. Please provide me the price quotation for each crew to include all the above.


Air ticket to be borne by our Company.

Thank you and we need this as soon as possible.


vlv, e-mail, 06.04.2010 15:48

To Capt Jean Bizot.
Soory, who are you to define what is better, single engine Gazelle or Mi-24 and AH-64? Did you fly on them or did you fight with Mi-24 on a Mistral and other way? I flew on AS-350 and EC-120 and I fly on Mi-24/35, Mi-8/17. But I do not take liberties with comparison of Mi-24/35 with AH-64. Let AH-64 pilot tries to compare AH-64 with Mi-28 and Ka-50 of the same period of development.
One should not show by words like some computer gamers on this site if you are the Captain that something is better or worst of it, especially if you have no combat practical experience to prove that you can bring down a helicopter. Respect other pilots who can fly on this helicopter even if they are not Russian. Bullet is fool (in combat). I do not understand when someone thinks that he can do aerobatics better and thinks about a dog-fight. It likes a dog thinks that he is fast against a bear. But who let him to bite a back???
If you are the French, remember Normandy-Neman squadron flown on our fighters. With great polite to French herous from thankful citizens of USSR!


Capt Jean Bizot, e-mail, 05.04.2010 20:02

Hi,

The Gazelle mil version of real world is a very good combat helicopter, small and furtive.
Out of it technical problems the Apache is a very good machine , but it does not like to much negative Gs. Therefore the specific rule of engagement and combat procedure. More it was designed to be a Tank killer only..
The Mi-24 is an assault helicopter designed originally to carry a squad and to serve a ground support.
Modern time make armies to change duties of helicopters witout changing design, then the only solution is to upgrade aircraft..!!
All three are excellent if you keep them flying in their flight envelop, and not pushing them out of their limits. Then combat strategy and crew ability make the difference in combat, but I am sure a Gazelle can shot an Apache or a Mi-24 of the sky is they lock on a Mistral...!!!
In a fight nothing is really absolute. Remember, cocktail molotov stopped a lot of german tanks (the best at the time) during W.W. II


Bryan, e-mail, 01.03.2010 16:02

I have seen a photo of a MIL 24 with an amazing paint job. I believe it to have been a Canadian aircraft (?) painted to resemble an Eagle. Can anyone e-mail a copy of this picture.


Kriegerdammerung, e-mail, 23.02.2010 01:07

I got a few questions...
the Mi-24V uses the YakB or the Gsh-23?
the Mi-24 in general versions can carry 4 pods of 32 rockets S-5 of 57mm 128 in total... in a Discovery Channel documental I notice the S-8 rockets of 80mm can carry 20!? Is that true?
The last one, how thick is the armour of the Mi-24?


blow, e-mail, 16.02.2010 17:50

i av operated on the Mi24 &Mi35p helicopter.............i tell authoritatively................there is yet no substitute 4 the Mi series!


vlv, e-mail, 19.11.2009 19:45

Mi-24/35 Pilot-Instructor of all modifications and Mi-8/17(upto Mi-171/172) with combat and NVG experience, ATPL(H), English knowledge (spoken, technical, flight training, ground school, lectures) and training ads (documentation) looks for a contract job for training pilots on a customer base. The only serious offers are acceptable. Guys, sorry, NO discussions, secret data, diagrams, tables. I have no time for that. In a class-room only if you are pilots.


everbob, e-mail, 12.10.2009 18:18

HI,I want to get more information about the HIND,could u give me something more about the main/tail rotor system,please mail me,thank u!!


the technician, e-mail, 15.05.2009 13:46

reply to RI-Q;
anyway I want to say congratulations to our neighbor Indonesians for successfully procuring non-American armaments, even though with the so called "defense treaties" you have with America. of the Malays(Malay Race), the Filipinos are the most torbid among Malaysians & Indonesians. Im proud being a Filipino but I hate & jeer down some of my country's and my countryman's principles. their the common factor of our country's slow advancement in defense systems.


Tanker Mike, 23.04.2009 21:31

The Mi-24 is an all around excellent weapons platform, it is intended as a battlefield transport/support gunship. It was intended as a transport for ground troops, drop off the troops, take off and loiter and support the ground troops by engaging armoured vehicles and enemy troops (its the ground pounder that captures enemy territory). The apache is used for ground attack only, it has a shorter loiter time and needs more ground support and maintenance from a forward base (the Mi-24 can be resupplied from basicly a truck on a road).The rare occasion that both would be engaged in flight I think the Mi-24 would be the first shot as the soviet air to air weapons have a longer range but the apache has a better electronics suite (and the US has AWACS which is far more advanced than Soviet)and counter measures.


Wolfie, e-mail, 18.04.2009 04:10

In response to Rotor Mike's commentary on the Apache:
I just kinda had to point out your comment about the Iraq-Iran War is insanely inaccurate.
The total count of helicopters lost was 10 Cobras, 6 Hinds. So, first of all, the kill rate favours the HIND, not the Cobra. You got that one completely wrong.
Second, the engagements were almost all sneak attacks, with helicopters getting shot under complete surprise. The outcome was dependent more on crew skill and who got the initiative than on the merits of the machine itself, so the statistics still aren't usable.
An overall comparison leaves me thinking a Hind/Apache engagement would play out the same way. Given the power of the weapons they can carry, it's in large part a question of who sees who first. Despite my love of the Hind, though, I suspect the Apache would have the edge, if it turns into a maneuver game. The Hind has more overall speed, but the Apache's higher power-weight ratio would make it more agile.
On the other hand, Mike, you got your weapons comparison the wrong way around too.
First of all, GUNS? Why the hell are they engaging with GUNS? When'd they ever get that close? You're not liable to see that unless they BOTH snuck up on each other in an extremely cramped environment. They're engaging with MISSILES.
So, missile comparison. Let's presume both are carrying their respective nation's most advanced AA missile - it's not likely that they'd be firing anti-tank ones at a helicopter unless they had nothing else, after all. AIM-9X Sidewinder versus... let's say an R-73 Archer, it's the closest Russian equivalent and of similar weight. The 9X has a wider claimed seeker angle, so again, if it turns into a maneuver game, Apache has the edge. On the OTHER hand, the Sidewinder has a stated range of 18km, versus the R-73's 30km. Which means that if we had a 'showdown', it's quite likely the Hind would simply pluck off the Apache before the Apache ever entered weapons range.
And, to address the gun point again - even IF it were a gun engagement, it's not quite as clear as stated.
First of all, there are three options for Hind gun armament - the Yak-B 12.7mm machine gun, the GSh-23 (which isn't exactly that rare, given that it's the armament of the new standard for the Hind), or the GSh-30-2.
Now, the GSh-30-2 is, in some respects, superiour to the M230 - namely, firepower. It fires at something like quadruple the rate, so it has just a bit of an edge there. On the other hand, the Hind-P mounts it in a FIXED mount, leaving it a lot more difficult to bring on target. So, if it's a GSh-30-2, the Hind loses the gun battle.
Now, the Yak-B. It... has more ammo. Otherwise, yeah, you're right, it has a LOT less firepower, though it's just as maneuverable. A Hind wouldn't even notice getting shot with that. (The PKT door guns are pretty much in the same boat, at best they can distract the Apache pilot and make him zig when he should have zagged)
Now, however, we move into what the Hind would actually be equipped with - modern marks of the Hind mount the GSh-23. Your evaluation on the GSh-23 was both right and wrong. Now, yup, the M230 has more firepower per shot. On the other hand, the GSh-23 fires at almost six times the rate. So while each shot is less destructive, the overall firepower is (for the time it can fire, since it packs less ammunition) greater than the M230.
In conclusion? It depends. It all comes down to which situation they may be facing off against each other in, the quality of the crew, and a little luck for flavour.
But you CERTAINLY can't say that the Apache 'pwns' the Hind. In a duel, it depends on what range they're fighting at, and pilot skill more than anything else. For carrying soldiers into battle, the Hind is infinitely superiour since it's non-zero. For destroying ground targets, it's an interesting comparison between the Hind's greater ordnance and the Apache's agility.


RI-Q, e-mail, 28.02.2009 01:34

NOW, INDONESIAN ARMY having two Mi-35P and another six Mi-35P will come again on this year


RI-Q, e-mail, 28.02.2009 01:24

NOW, INDONESIAN ARMY having two Mi-35P and another six Mi-35P will come again on this year


the technician, e-mail, 25.02.2009 05:19

the MI24 is perfect replacement or good companions to UH-1's. parts, weapons and equipment are expandable and upgradable..The problem is we Filipinos underestimate Russian made equipment; that's our big problem, we look at equipments from America in awe, so much we forget that US equipments are difficult to maintain; open your eyes bastard pinoy! its time to look things in another way....


step, e-mail, 24.02.2009 06:31

you said apache pawns a hind & u said it isnt a hind by comparison


Bernie, 16.02.2009 00:10

Hi,

AH-64 Apache and MI-24 Hind shouldn't be compared - they are used in different roles. The Hind was built for a different task and used following special russian doctrine.
An Apache is a "pure" gunship, while a Hind can bring in 8 armed to the teeth soldiers to the battlefield and cover them. The Hind is used this way: Very fast in, take by surprise and kill with enormous firepower, then fast out.


chamara, e-mail, 06.02.2009 05:46

yes ilike more data in this airtank
tanks


Peti, e-mail, 14.01.2009 15:55

I understand now, why the americans were so happy, when they could take one from Chad (or Sudan?). the Afghan mujahedins in the 80's says: "We don't fear the soviets! We fear the russian helicopters..."

it's like a flying fortress.


S.Dani, e-mail, 05.01.2009 08:09

just as ihave seen mi 24 it does alot of work as a student learning iwant to study all its basic intoduction,engine,fram work,and its Radio system.


Lich_Kashey, 30.12.2008 20:41

In my opinion, Mi-24 - best helicopter for fire support. It's not sniper, it's assault weapon with BFG, pure firepower. This machine based on multipurpose cargo helicopter Mi-8 and can take off with more then 2t payload onboard. F.e., something like claster bombs dispenser. Mi-24 can be nightmare for infantry.
Someone can say "old and obsolete". What age of B-52? New weapon systems, new avionics can return Mi-24 in today's.


Hishan Mudith Deyalage, e-mail, 28.12.2008 11:14

i have to interest to collet some information the aircraft.please send the photos and details information the aricraft.


Tom Cruise, 25.11.2008 22:33

Amazing


krinvokik, 07.11.2008 21:13

this helicopter is a fabulous model...i have to egrie that the mi24 iz the best..i have flown for the soviet union. and i no the power of this helicoptur.forgive my english.


rasanga, e-mail, 30.06.2008 12:35

Mi 24 is a battele proven helicopter. can face to a heavy small arms fire. Apache is very good for simulated attack missions. In actual situations it is not a proven one.


Tucker, e-mail, 28.06.2008 06:44

I have been in the Army for 14 years, I have had this helicopter swarm my nightmares for years since first time it flew over my head in a training center about a decade ago. Changed my outlook and respect for the Soviets.


john, 15.05.2008 04:23

To state that either the Mi-24 or AH-64 is better than the other is a flawed argument. They are only about as comparable as a flathead and phillips screwdriver. Which one is better? Go ask the screw.


amir, e-mail, 28.04.2008 16:55

they can installtion the engines of mi 17 in mi 24


American Made, 01.02.2008 01:55

Damn Mexicans can go to hell.


Stingray, the Helicopter Guy, e-mail, 31.01.2008 02:40

Rotor Mike, the older production models of the Mil Mi-24 had only front armor. The new Mi-24 Mk.3 has full armor and can withstand sharp turns. So, the Apache is just outgunned now.


memo, 27.09.2007 07:25

it's a nice helicopter but i don't wish the mexican air force buy units of that kind of helicopters...
better buy aircraft of sukhoi...


memo, 27.09.2007 07:19

the mi-24 is a great helicopter, but as i know if it is fully loaded of weapons and passengers it makes an inestability to control it, making it vulnerable in battle, so to prevent this problem, it must go with another one of the mi-24 for protection. The technical problems generated the invention of the havoc (mil mi-28) as the equivalent for the ah-64 apache.


Rotor Mike, e-mail, 08.09.2007 02:44

Ok.. an Mi-24 isn't bad. But isn't an Apache. An Apache has better armour, while the Mi-24 is armoured only in the front to protect the pilot/WSO. The Apache fire control system (especially on the AH-64D)leaves any Hind for dead. The Apache has better weapons (Hellfire ATGW and a computer stabilised 30mm Cannon). Hinds have fixed cannon, turreted 50 cal or in some rare cases a turreted Gsh-23 - none of which are as effective as the M230 on the Apache. To say that an Mi-24 could take on an Apache is a bit childish; in the Iran-Iraq war of the 80s Iranian Cobras had a 10:1 kill ratio over the Iraqi (Mi-24D-model)Hinds. And as the latest Apaches are WAY better than the 1979 vintage Cobras that Iran had, I couldn't imagine it would be any different now. So.. Nice helicopter, but the Apache pwns it...


Dennis, e-mail, 06.09.2007 15:52

anyone got a vol 1 in english i could beg,borrow or steal


Dennis, e-mail, 06.09.2007 15:52

anyone got a vol 1 in english i could beg,borrow or steal


Fernando Guilhermo Visser Cedrola, e-mail, 30.08.2007 22:34

I wonder where is the Sikorsky ABC nowadays? Any news please write back.


Cedrola, 30.08.2007 21:54

Mil-Mi 24 is the best still today, all weaponry can be changed, just buy a new missile and install it. Apache is a problematic machine and stays a lot of time 'grounded' due to many basic engineering problems. Modern helos do loops and acrobatic manuvering, crazy up in the sky! Well, That is useless in combat. The success granted to Apache (AH-64) comes from the hellfire missiles. Gazelles, the name already tells(!) are fragile, they can be shot down too easily.


FUCK!, 25.08.2007 10:32

i agree with tack; and did you know that this chopper can accedentally cut its tail off at sharp turns?!(also, its FFAR, not FEAR,lol)


hahaha blue thunder my arse!, e-mail, 07.08.2007 22:33

Blue thunder was just a modified gazelle! the mi-24 could fuck up an apache anyday!


HAIDER, e-mail, 06.08.2007 11:28

SIR
I WONT TO ASKE ABOUT THE CRASH HELMET TYPE USE IN MI-17 &MI-24


goudjal kader, e-mail, 04.07.2007 23:51

les aparéllie russ cent des formidable angun mai jé des disaine qui cent formidable comme machinne de guer si c'est unterecent pour vous voila man email


Tack, 30.06.2007 23:36

[BT THE U.S. MILITARY SAY THAT THE APACHE BEET THE MI-24. HOW IS THAT POSSIBLE?]

The Mi-24 is better than the Apache in certain feilds only, It can carry soldiers and carry supplies, it has a longer range and can carry drop tanks. The heavier weapons on the Hind are less acurate and shorter range the the apaches FEAR rocket and hellfire missile systems. The Hind is faster then the apache though the apache is alot more agile and has easier hover controls. The Hind makes up for this with heavy armor, two heavy gattling cannon. and close range AT and AI rockets.


Razor, 29.06.2007 14:57

[BT THE U.S. MILITARY SAY THAT THE APACHE BEET THE MI-24. HOW IS THAT POSSIBLE?]

DEBNTRAV, they say true. 'Apache' - newest then Mi-24, and it has many advantages. To replace old Mi-24 soviet engineers developed two helicopters - Mi-28 and Ka-50. But these two were not supplied to Soviet/Russian army, because of financial and political situation in the Russia Federation.


Razor, e-mail, 29.06.2007 14:46

[A military equipped 'Blue Thunder' Gazelle would blow one of these out of the sky in a dogfight]
JP,
First: 'Blue Thunder' - just a movie. There is no such helicopter in the world armies.
Second:'Blue Thunder' - sucks. As you can see from movie, it even doesn't have any heavy weapons.


maki, e-mail, 08.05.2007 08:26

IT iss the t attack helis.....i hope the philippine air force can hav this heavily armed gunship in the future...!!


J.A.Baloushi, e-mail, 05.05.2007 09:02

Thank you very much for your attention,Im studying the higher college of technology and i am more interested to know the Mi-24 Advanced Backgrounds.


JP, e-mail, 02.03.2007 17:30

A military equipped 'Blue Thunder' Gazelle would blow one of these out of the sky in a dogfight


Fred Frith, e-mail, 03.12.2006 05:37

The American pig dogs lie. They lied about their stealth fighter and they lie about this.


DEBNTRAV@WEBTV.NET, e-mail, 25.11.2006 08:41

I HAVE SEEN THIS HELO GUNSHIP IN A VIDIOGAME CALLED BATTLEFIELD 2: MODERN COMBAT. IT IS A VERY POWERFUL GUNSHIP. I HAVE SEEN THIIS HELO IN THE CHINESE ARMMED FORCES ALSO. I THOUGHT IT WAS ONLY IN THE SOVIATE UNION AND RUSSIAN ARMMED FORCES. PEOPLE SAY IT IS MORE POWERFUL THAN ANY OTHER GUNSHIP IN THE WORLD BECAUSE OF ITS FULL ARMAMENTS AND SPEED CAPABILITY. BT THE U.S. MILITARY SAY THAT THE APACHE BEET THE MI-24. HOW IS THAT POSSIBLE?




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