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The Arctic version of the "Terminator" will be transferred to the military 25 November

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The first Mi-8AMTSH-VA, adapted to the arctic conditions, will be handed over to the Defense Ministry on November 25, reports MIC with reference to tass.




“The Mi-8AMTSH-VA helicopter will be handed over to the defense agency 25 in November,” one of the members of the Russian delegation told the agency at an air show in Dubai.

Earlier, TASS reported the completion of the preparation of the first Arctic Mi-8AMTSH-VA, which was planned before the end of the year to be handed over to the military for flight tests outside the Arctic Circle. The purpose of the test is to confirm the declared characteristics.

As stated in the Ministry of Defense, "the need of the armed forces in the Mi-8AMTSH-VA can be up to 100 machines."
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  1. AdekvatNICK
    AdekvatNICK 10 November 2015 16: 46 New
    +14
    It is reported that the combat vehicle will receive a more powerful power plant, it is also possible to attach a ski chassis to it, and the technologies used on spacecraft are used to warm the cabin.

    In addition, the helicopter is equipped with a complex of guided weapons, similar to the Mi-24.

    The machines also have enhanced armor protection from lightweight metal-ceramic armor and new electronic equipment.

    Sliding doors are located on two sides, and an automatic ramp allows you to reduce the landing time to several tens of seconds.
    1. dr.Bo
      dr.Bo 10 November 2015 17: 05 New
      +5
      Great helicopter!
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    3. a.hamster55
      a.hamster55 10 November 2015 17: 29 New
      -1
      Oh! They would have crews from the extreme peoples of the North, and then the apparatus seems to be normal, only the oleshki quickly get tired. fellow
    4. Tor5
      Tor5 10 November 2015 18: 09 New
      0
      Good deal!
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  2. Hubun
    Hubun 10 November 2015 16: 49 New
    +2
    tightly and seriously engaged in the north
    1. Magic archer
      Magic archer 10 November 2015 16: 52 New
      +4
      In terms of natural resources, this is the most promising area! And whoever doesn’t try to open his mouth to it! So we are moving in the right way. We are looking into the future
      1. Eugene-Eugene
        Eugene-Eugene 10 November 2015 20: 47 New
        +1
        Yes, nuclear fusion is far away. So hydrocarbons decide everything, whether they are Texan, Arabic or Arctic.
    2. NEXUS
      NEXUS 10 November 2015 16: 57 New
      +5
      Quote: Hubun
      tightly and seriously engaged in the north

      The business is very necessary and useful. The Arctic group is getting stronger and equipped, and it pleases.
      Only I, having read the headline, decided that the northerners of the Terminators had been given others, on a caterpillar platform. (And frantically recalled when these Terminators took us into service)
      1. sharp-lad
        sharp-lad 10 November 2015 22: 54 New
        0
        That terminator is slowly growing into T15, damn it, again I can’t remember the name of an uninhabited combat module armed with 30 mm guns and 4 anti-tank complex launchers with the ability to work on low-flying low-speed targets.
        1. NEXUS
          NEXUS 10 November 2015 23: 35 New
          +1
          Quote: sharp-lad
          damn it, again I can’t remember the name of an uninhabited combat module armed with 30 mm guns and 4 anti-tank complex launchers with the ability to work on low-flying low-speed targets.

          They are already testing a module with a high-ballistic gun in 57 mm Baikal. He will go on the T-15 hi
    3. BABA SHURA
      BABA SHURA 10 November 2015 17: 09 New
      0
      So war is on the verge
  3. Corsair0304
    Corsair0304 10 November 2015 16: 49 New
    +1
    Our Arctic began to pay special, increased attention. It would be interesting to look at such a car.
  4. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 10 November 2015 16: 49 New
    +1
    Seriously they took up the Arctic, the benefit of the Communists left the sickly left. I especially liked that they started with the general cleaning. 100 pcs - is it not enough in such a territory?
  5. katalonec2014
    katalonec2014 10 November 2015 16: 51 New
    +2
    Well, here we are starting to overgrow North fat.
  6. SAM 5
    SAM 5 10 November 2015 17: 05 New
    +2
    Such pepelats oh as needed.
  7. roskot
    roskot 10 November 2015 17: 13 New
    +2
    The first one went. We are waiting for the rest on the way.
  8. polkovnik manuch
    polkovnik manuch 10 November 2015 17: 20 New
    0
    The Arctic was, is and will be Russian, within the borders of the polar possessions of the USSR. It’s a pity that we realized later, the “fat” needs to be saved up, although in comparison with the “partners” we look no worse.
  9. Black Colonel
    Black Colonel 10 November 2015 17: 22 New
    +8
    And what is this wonderful helicopter called the "Terminator"? There is a tradition to call military equipment in Russian, with style! Polar Bear, for example, would be nice - it’s clear where and why. The Russian language will give odds to any other language, and with subtext - this is generally a song. I will not list, camarades and so in the know.
    1. AdekvatNICK
      AdekvatNICK 10 November 2015 17: 26 New
      +1
      and what do you dislike about the terminator? don't you like latin?
      1. evge-malyshev
        evge-malyshev 10 November 2015 17: 59 New
        0
        Quote: AdekvatNICK
        and what do you dislike about the terminator? don't you like latin?

        The point is not in Latin, but in the fact that this concept refers to automatic objects, or, to put it more modernly, to robots.
        1. AdekvatNICK
          AdekvatNICK 10 November 2015 18: 03 New
          +2
          Terminator (from lat. (Latin) termino - I delimit, divide), a line on the disk of a planet or satellite that separates the illuminated (day) hemisphere from the dark (night).
          1. skazochnik
            skazochnik 11 November 2015 02: 47 New
            0
            Quote: AdekvatNICK
            Terminator (from lat. (Latin) termino - I delimit, divide), a line on the disk of a planet or satellite that separates the illuminated (day) hemisphere from the dark (night).


            Listen to our polyglot, if you don’t know the translation from Latin, then do not mislead people.
            Terminator from the word terminar (end, destroy), and therefore the Hollywood film of the same name is called: TERMINATOR (destroyer).
            1. AdekvatNICK
              AdekvatNICK 11 November 2015 16: 28 New
              0
              it is both.You are not a polyglot
    2. evge-malyshev
      evge-malyshev 10 November 2015 17: 48 New
      +1
      I absolutely agree with you. For example, even the so-called. platform "ARMAT" (concept) is not clear.
      And the concept of "terminator" does not fit the object controlled by a person at all
    3. evge-malyshev
      evge-malyshev 10 November 2015 17: 48 New
      0
      I absolutely agree with you. For example, even the so-called. platform "ARMAT" (concept) is not clear.
      And the concept of "terminator" does not fit the object controlled by a person at all
      1. NEXUS
        NEXUS 10 November 2015 18: 02 New
        +2
        Quote: evge-malyshev
        For example, even the so-called. platform "ARMAT" (concept) is not clear.

        The word ARMATA from Old Russian means -GUN
    4. Bayonet
      Bayonet 11 November 2015 06: 31 New
      0
      Quote: Black Colonel
      Polar Bear, for example,

      Polar bears don’t fly at all, and we didn’t call the Tu-95 (for its roar) a bear.
      1. Black Colonel
        Black Colonel 11 November 2015 18: 13 New
        0
        What I like! The Polar Bear with the wings of a giant Polar Owl is nothing to itself. good
  10. AIR-ZNAK
    AIR-ZNAK 10 November 2015 17: 48 New
    +1
    Quote: AdekvatNICK
    chassis, and for the cabin insulation technologies used on spacecraft are used
    Is skiing not to fall through snowdrifts? Take off on a plane at the departure airport can provide additional load Or will it take off like a skier? Does the regular heater KO-50 provide normal conditions in the cockpit and cargo-passenger cabin, even at a temperature of minus 55 A in the Arctic, this temperature is rare, the ocean smooths the climate, but in the region Arctic Circle: 76 latitudes just -55 is not uncommon
  11. magician
    magician 11 November 2015 02: 46 New
    0
    What beautiful and severe places we are developing! The technique is adjusted to the necessary characteristics. And it’s not a problem to get laborers to develop territories: ATO, ISIS and other rags, the term should be calculated from the calculation: a year for two and the possibility of parole when fulfilling the norms by 150%. Good occupational therapy, wave Kyle 24 hours a day so as not to freeze, it’s not to sunbathe with Kalash in the sand and to throw bottles of combustible mixture into people.
  12. Zomanus
    Zomanus 11 November 2015 04: 09 New
    0
    As for me, it’s immediately worth making such a machine in a military and civilian variation,
    for such a helicopter is useful in the Arctic not only to the military.
    Well, the fact that immediately weighed in with armor suggests that
    that we are preparing for battles in high latitudes.
  13. Archon
    Archon 11 November 2015 05: 58 New
    0
    I ask the editors to pay attention to the inadmissibility of using "yellow" screaming headers.

    "The Arctic version of" Terminator "will be handed over to the military on November 25" - this is the screaming headline of a frivolous publication
    "The Arctic version of Mi-8 (or Mi-8AMTSh) will be handed over to the military on November 25" - this is a serious heading for a serious publication

    Moreover, there is some confusion with the name. For example, I first thought about the Arctic version of the BMPT "Terminator" and at first I did not understand, where does the helicopter.
  14. Bayonet
    Bayonet 11 November 2015 06: 51 New
    +1
    You can call the "polar owl."
    Heavily soaring, a polar owl flies silently above the ground, and then with a sharp throw to the ground grabs its prey with its claws.