Ukraine presents new attack copter Mi-24PU1 (video)

09:40, 13 September 2016
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SE Konotop Aircraft Repair Plant AVIAKON is ready to transfer three Mi-24PU1 attack helicopters to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, state arms manufacturer Ukroboronprom reports, according to Ukraine Today. 

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"Mi-24PU1 meets all modern warfare requirements, is equipped with advanced electronics, effective system of protection and powerful weapons. This is the equipment defenders of our country need and the Ukroboronprom continues to supply the armed forces of Ukraine with this type of military equipment," Ukroboronprom Roman Romanov said, Ukraine Today reports.

Corporation report states, that during Mi-24PU1 development special attention was paid to attack helicopters' security enhancing. "Domestic experts have mounted ultramodern protection complex Adros, developed by Scientific Industrial Complex Progres. This complex misguides missiles with infra-red guidance, enhancing helicopter protection from man-portable air defense systems of Igla and Stinger types, and air-to-air R-60 and R-73 missiles," Ukroboronprom specifies.

Read alsoUkroboronprom presents brand new combat module ViyAttack capabilities of Mi-24PU-1 consist of modernized 30-mm automatic cannon and a variety of missile weapons, including precision anti-tank guided missiles.

Mi-24PU-1 gunship is empowered with new Ukrainian engines, contributing to speed and maneuverability increase of the old ‘Crocodile' (unofficial name of Mi-24). Modern sighting and navigation systems provide a major advance of capabilities of the helicopter, allowing to effectively perform tasks even in complete darkness, report stresses.

Read alsoUkrainian Air Force received refurbished anti-aircraft S-300PS missile system"Mi-24PU1, manufactured by SE Konotop Aircraft Repair Plant AVIAKON is the result of effective collective work of enterprises and strategic international cooperation with partners, supplying Ukrainian helicopter with modern electronics," Roman Romanov concluded.

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