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Mi-28UB Havoc

Training-and-combat version

   

Mi-28N Havoc © Konstantinos Panitsidis

Photo from the personal collection of Konstantinos Panitsidis

The training-and-combat version helicopter Mi-28UB (izdelie 298) based on the Mi-28N was launched in 2010.

The main purpose of creating an educational helicopter which maintain simultaneously all the features of an aggressive helicopter suitable for pilot training.

The first flight of the prototype took place on August 9, 2013.

In 2016, the Ministry of Defense of Russia signed a contract with JSC "Helicopters of Russia" to purchase 40-60 Mi-28UB. Under the terms of the contract until the end of 2018 the Russian VKS (former VVS) will receive the first 24 helicopters Mi-28UB

The main difference from the helicopter Mi-28N:
1. Radome. Radio command unit for Shturm /Ataka missiles. 2. FLIR-TV camera
3. GOES-520 pilot observation systems, LLLTV and FLIR (Swiveling optical system turret). 4. 2A42 Chain Gun 30 mm automatic cannon (cannon elevating +13 deg and depressing – 45 deg). 5. It increased the size of the front of the cabin, as well as extended rear canopy. 6. Lading gear: Tricycle one wheel not cleaned landing gear
7. Radar type NO25 “Arbalet”. 8. Station setting jamming. 9. Inboard stores pylon.
10. VK-2500-2 turboshaft engine. 11. Triple-lobe infra red supprossion exhaust nozzle. 12. Building the helicopter was slightly modified and improved in several points.

13. Communications antenna. 14. Antenna satellite navigation system.
15. Communications antenna.
16. Gearbox cooling air intake. 17. Vertical stabilizer. 18. Two-position tailplane (sink-elevator). 19. Asymmetric (noise attenuation) “squashed-X” tail rotor. 20. Right-angle final drive gear box. 21. Costoring tail wheel

It is equipped with a double flight control system on the basis of hydro-mechanical systems.

So the helicopter can be controlled from any cockpit. This system is absent from the version Mi-28N.

A more spacious lower cockpit to house a flight instructor, a wider pilot canopy, and new energy-absorbing crew seats.

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS  
DESIGNER
OKB Miliya
TYPE Training-and-combat version
CREW
2
POWER-PLANT
VK-2500-02
Power, kW
2 x 1.660
DIMENSIONS
Length, m
17,010
Main rotor diameter , m
17,200
Tail rotor diameter, m
3,85
Wing span, m
-
Height, m
3,820
WEIGHT
Empty kg
7.900
Normal take-off, kg
10.900
Maximum take-off, kg
12.100
Internal fuel, kg
1.500
Weight of transported fuels with exterior reservoirs, l
4 x 500
PERFORMANCE
Maximum speed, km/h
300
Cruising speed, km/h
270
Ferry range, km
1.087
Combat range, km 450
Service ceiling, m
5.000
Static ceiling, m
3.600
Rate of climb, m/min 816
ARMAMENT
1 30-mm cannon 2A42 with 300 rounds.
Warload-1.605 kg in 4 hardpoints:
4x4 Anti-tank missile Shturm or Ataka-V and 2 launcher UB-20-57 (20 x 55 mm) or UB-20-80 (20 x 80mm) or 2 x NUR 130 mm
Available: 2x2Air-to-air missile R-60, pods with 23-mm cannons or 30-mm grenade launchers or 12.7-mm or 7.62-mm machine-guns, or 500-kg bombs, or mine dispersers.
Under wings -16 Anti-tank missile Vihr
     
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