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Soviet Air Force Mil Mi-28 "Havoc" Attack Helicopter - Paris Air Show, 1989 (1:72 Scale)
Soviet Air Force Mil Mi-28 "Havoc" Attack Helicopter - Paris Air Show, 1989

Amercom Soviet Air Force Kamov Ka-50 Hokum-A Attack Helicopter - Russia, 2006

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Amercom ACHY30 Soviet Air Force Mil Mi-28 "Havoc" Attack Helicopter - Paris Air Show, 1989 (1:72 Scale)

"Their [US] defense budget in absolute figures is almost 25 times bigger than Russia's. This is what in defense is referred to as 'their home - their fortress'. And good on them, I say. Well done! But this means that we also need to build our home and make it strong and well protected. We see, after all, what is going on in the world. The Comrade Wolf knows who to eat, as the saying goes. It knows who to eat and is not about to listen to anyone, it seems."
- Russian President Vladimir Putin, speaking to the Federal Assembly in his 2006 annual address

The Mil Mi-28 (NATO reporting name 'Havoc') is a Russian all-weather, day-night, military tandem, two-seat anti-armor attack helicopter. It is a dedicated attack helicopter with no intended secondary transport capability, better optimized than the Mil Mi-24 for the role. It carries a single gun in an undernose barbette, plus external loads carried on pylons beneath stub wings.

The Mi-28 has two heavily armored cockpits, a windshield able to withstand hits from 12.714.5 mm caliber bullets, a nose equipped with electronics, and a narrow-X tail rotor (55 deg) with reduced noise characteristics. It is powered by two 2,200 hp Isotov TV-3-117VM (t/n 014) turboshaft engines.

While the Mi-28 is not intended for use as a transport, it does have a small passenger compartment capable of carrying three people. The planned purpose of this is to enable the rescue of downed helicopter crews.

The Mi-28N features a helmet mounted display for the pilot. The pilot would designate targets for the Navigator/Weapons Officer, who proceeds to fire the weapons required to fulfill that particular task.

Pictured here is a 1:72 scale replica of a Soviet Air Force Mil Mi-28 "Havoc" attack helicopter. Sold Out!

Rotorspan: 8-inches

Release Date: April 2014

  • Diecast and plastic construction
  • Spinning rotorblades
  • Plexiglass canopy
  • Accurate markings and insignia

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