Soviet Cold War Helicopters (1947-1991)
The Soviet military eventually accepted - and in some cases evolved - the usefulness of the helicopter over the battlefields of the Cold War.There are a total of 16 Soviet Cold War Helicopters (1947-1991) in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator.
The Kamov Ka-15 was introduced in 1955 but produced in fewer than 400 examples for the Soviet Union....
Just over 100 examples of the Kamov Ka-18 light utility helicopter were produced for the Soviet Union during the Co...
Intended to feature the qualities of both a fixed-wing aircraft and helicopter, the experimental - and lethal - Kam...
Some 25 total variants of the base Kamov Ka-25 appeared throughout the systems production life....
Not built in large numbers, the Soviet-era Kamov Ka-27 Helix naval helicopter nonetheless became a featured rotary-...
The Mil Mi-1 Hare light utility helicopter marked the first Soviet helicopter to enter quantitative production for ...
The Soviet-era Mil-14 Haze was developed exclusively for the maritime Anti-Submarine Warfare role - some still see ...
The Mil Mi-17 transport helicopter was born from the original Mi-8 series as an improved form....
The Soviet-era Mil Mi-24 Hind series of helicopters can be called on to accomplish a variety of roles in war or pea...
The Soviet-Russian Mil Mi-26 HALO is the largest helicopter to have ever been produced in number and remains in act...
The Mil-produced Mi-4 Hound series of helicopter was in direct response to the US H-19 Chickasaw series, of which i...
The Mil Mi-6 Hook heavy-lift transport helicopter continues to serve around the world despite production concluding...
Use of the Mil Mi-8 Hip was worldwide with the type being utilized in its military and civilian guises....
Only two prototypes emerged from the Soviet-era V-12 twin-rotor heavy-lift helicopter program sponsored by the Mil ...