Technical data
Type Mi-28
Function attack
Year
Crew 2
Engines 2*2200hp Isotov TV-3-117VM
Speed 300km/h
Ceiling 5800m

Mi-28, M.L.Mil 'Havoc'

Mi-28N ('Nochnoj', for Night Operations) (55k) by Alexej Gretchihine's Dad, taken at Moscow Aero Show - 1995;
(164k) From European Airshows Collection by Herve Champain;

A two-seat attack helicopter, smaller than the Mi-24 and better optimized for the anti-tank role. The Mi-28 has two heavily armored cockpits, a remarkable nose full with electronic equipment, and a narrow-X tail rotor. The competing Ka-50 seems to have been selected by the Russian forces.

Recent situation - Mi-28 is going to be manufactured, but as an advanced complement for Ka-50 : night operation, mission leader etc., where role of operator became more crucial.



(25k) Mi-28 hovering, by Paul Nann

  • Development:
    Mi-40

  • Other related WEB sites:
  • Mi-28
  • Mi-28 and Mi-28N
  • Mi-28 at Mil Moscow Helicopters Plant
  • MAKS-97 overview
  • Mi-28A/N Havoc
  • Mi-28 at Virtual Aircraft Museum
  • Mi-28 at Evgeni's Red Star Combat Aircraft Page;
  • Mi-28 Havoc;
  • Mi-28, Mil 'Havoc'
  • Mi-28 Havoc

  • Modified February 11, 1997 Back to
    Main Gate