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Libyan craftsmen and their improvised aerial bombs

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Photos of improvised bombs have appeared on the Internet that Libyan technicians hang from a Mi-35P combat helicopter, the blog reports bmpd.


Libyan craftsmen and their improvised aerial bombs


The car belongs to the Libyan government meeting in Tobruk. Bombs are made by artisan at the base in Benghazi.



It should be noted not only the skill of local craftsmen, but also their sense of humor.



The MI-35P (MI-24P) combat helicopter with the onboard number "353" (originally had the onboard number "53") appearing in the photographs is one of four helicopters of this type, acquired in aid of the Libyan Tobruk government by the United Arab Emirates in Belarus 2014, and transferred to the Libyan forces in Tobruk in April, 2015, ”explains the blogger.

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  1. Not_invented
    Not_invented 26 January 2016 10: 29
    -13 qualifying.
    Does it say "Crab" on them? Chet is not very humor (
    1. makst83
      makst83 26 January 2016 10: 34
      42
      KFAB is written on them - a high-explosive corrected high-explosive bomb, humor, you know, Libyan! soldier

      Py. Sy. Club "Young Technician" in Libyan laughing
      1. Vladimir 1964
        Vladimir 1964 26 January 2016 11: 10
        20
        Quote: makst83
        KFAB is written on them - a high-explosive corrected high-explosive bomb, humor, you know, Libyan!


        I agree, colleague, with your interpretation of the abbreviation. Another thing aroused interest, the letters used in it were Russian, not Arabic and not even English. Again the "hand of Moscow"? wassat
      2. Tor5
        Tor5 26 January 2016 11: 42
        +1
        You won’t understand right away: just humor, or black ...
      3. siberalt
        siberalt 26 January 2016 13: 04
        0
        Yeah. Why not sign them "Topol-M", for example? laughing
      4. igordok
        igordok 26 January 2016 13: 50
        0
        Quote: makst83
        KFAB is written on them

        The principle of primitive people. If KFAB is written on a real bomb, then if you write on KFAB homemade, it will also explode (work). Those. the applied name (possibly in an incomprehensible language) conveys the properties of the original source.
      5. seregatara1969
        seregatara1969 26 January 2016 21: 22
        0
        artisanal high explosive ab
    2. Waltasar
      Waltasar 26 January 2016 10: 35
      29
      Rather KFAB. "K" is probably homemade.
      It is interesting that in such conditions, when there is no money and the ability to create normal ammunition, helicopters fly, an indicator of the reliability and simplicity of technology in my opinion.
      1. Thunderbolt
        Thunderbolt 26 January 2016 10: 56
        +4
        Quote: Waltasar
        It is interesting that in such conditions, when there is no money and the ability to create normal ammunition, helicopters fly
        As you can see, the Emirates are throwing some money for helicopters (probably for another and not only them). they are more profitable than repairing and modernizing with their Air Force. The main thing is defense capability.
        1. Nat1961
          Nat1961 26 January 2016 11: 19
          +2
          This product was created in a makeshift way at one of the Russian plants !!! :)
        2. Saratoga833
          Saratoga833 26 January 2016 18: 30
          -2
          In Belarus there are no Armed Forces worthy of this state. Lukashenko hopes only for Russia, despite the fact that he constantly spoils us. Therefore, there is nothing to be surprised that the Belarusian helicopters were sold to anyone, including in Libya. Lukashenko's farm outlook just explains a lot.
    3. Uran
      Uran 26 January 2016 10: 39
      +3
      heh. cool! Well burn this igil!
    4. Not_invented
      Not_invented 26 January 2016 10: 50
      +2
      I could not resist this joke, although I knew that they were going to be blown away)
      1. Sid.74
        Sid.74 26 January 2016 11: 09
        +6
        Are pilots and technicians also from Belarus? what It hurts the skin of these techs light. The local population will be darker.
    5. Nat1961
      Nat1961 26 January 2016 11: 18
      +4
      It is not written crab, KFAB, which is even more interesting! After all, this means, in any case, the last three letters of the High-Explosive Air Bomb! This is "Libyan craftsmen" They write in Russian !!! :)
    6. vodolaz
      vodolaz 26 January 2016 11: 56
      +2
      Obviously, one of these young technicians studied with us))))
  2. Woodman
    Woodman 26 January 2016 10: 31
    +4
    Necessity for invention is cunning ...
  3. Mikhail Krapivin
    Mikhail Krapivin 26 January 2016 10: 31
    +5
    If you want to live, you’ll not get so excited!
  4. Primus pilus
    Primus pilus 26 January 2016 10: 33
    0
    The thing is not tricky.
  5. soroKING
    soroKING 26 January 2016 10: 33
    0
    And not KFAB































    And not KFAB? HOW A HIGHER AVIATION BOMB ... hi
  6. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 26 January 2016 10: 34
    +3
    Do not understand. I look at the pictures.
    Or Libya is not Africa, or craftsmen are far from local.
  7. aszzz888
    aszzz888 26 January 2016 10: 35
    +2
    Just why in Cyrillic?
    1. Thunderbolt
      Thunderbolt 26 January 2016 10: 58
      +1
      Do you think the Libyans made the bomb? There, a team of Ukrainian repairmen worked there. And they hobbled.)))
    2. igordok
      igordok 26 January 2016 13: 52
      0
      Quote: aszzz888
      Just why in Cyrillic?

      Stencil.
  8. black
    black 26 January 2016 10: 35
    +3
    And why are the Libyans on their bombs, the Russian letters output?
  9. polite people
    polite people 26 January 2016 10: 37
    +1
    KfAb - Kayuk folly Arabs terrorists.
  10. Velizariy
    Velizariy 26 January 2016 10: 37
    +5
    Yes, experts simply read the Russian language very much!
  11. Andrey_Antonov
    Andrey_Antonov 26 January 2016 10: 37
    0
    As the saying goes: "Need for invention is cunning"
  12. Yugan Oleg
    Yugan Oleg 26 January 2016 10: 39
    +3
    Quote: Mavrikiy
    Do not understand. I look at the pictures.
    Or Libya is not Africa, or craftsmen are far from local.

    Explicitly of the European race :) This Is TheyThereNo - local tribes
  13. V.ic
    V.ic 26 January 2016 10: 46
    +2
    There is great doubt about the Mi-35. The landing gear retraction mechanism is absent, unlike the Mi-24. Look / the first picture / by the right shoulder of the first (left) technician who suspends the "product". Observed (part of) the flap covering the chassis in the "retracted" position. On the Mi-35, this detail is missing, since the nassi on the Mi-35 is not removable. Conclusion: the "product" is suspended on the Mi-24 = unambiguously.
    1. Waltasar
      Waltasar 26 January 2016 10: 50
      +1
      As well as the number of weapons suspension points and rear screw from 24ki.
    2. Arktidianets
      Arktidianets 26 January 2016 11: 02
      +3
      Mi-35 is an export version of the Mi-24V multipurpose attack helicopter. Do not confuse with Mi-35M
    3. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 26 January 2016 11: 14
      0
      Quote: V.ic
      There is great doubt about the Mi-35. The landing gear retraction mechanism is absent, unlike the Mi-24. Look / the first picture / by the right shoulder of the first (left) technician who suspends the "product". Observed (part of) the flap covering the chassis in the "retracted" position. On the Mi-35, this detail is missing, since the nassi on the Mi-35 is not removable. Conclusion: the "product" is suspended on the Mi-24 = unambiguously.

      Just the Libyans have old Mi-35 and Mi-35P - export versions of the Mi-24V and Mi-24P. They also retract the landing gear and the three-point wing.

      And in your photo - Mi-24VM, which for some reason began to be called Mi-35 (probably because at exhibitions it was exhibited under the export name Mi-35M).
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  15. taseka
    taseka 26 January 2016 10: 56
    +3
    Goal for fiction is cunning!
  16. Arktidianets
    Arktidianets 26 January 2016 10: 59
    +1
    Quote: V.ic
    There is great doubt about the Mi-35. The landing gear retraction mechanism is absent, unlike the Mi-24. Look / the first picture / by the right shoulder of the first (left) technician who suspends the "product". Observed (part of) the flap covering the chassis in the "retracted" position. On the Mi-35, this detail is missing, since the nassi on the Mi-35 is not removable. Conclusion: the "product" is suspended on the Mi-24 = unambiguously.

    Initially, the Mi-24 was exported under the name Mi-35
  17. valokordin
    valokordin 26 January 2016 11: 02
    +2
    And whoever flies these helicopters is probably Belarusians with Ukrainians. Europe will help them.
  18. ayuric
    ayuric 26 January 2016 11: 39
    +1
    So what? Well done, in field conditions "KFABs" are stamped, without any special equipment and top-level specialists. How interesting are they in action?
  19. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 26 January 2016 12: 09
    +2
    Quote: black
    And why are the Libyans on their bombs, the Russian letters output?


    And who said that they are Libyans ???
    In Vietnam, for example, Lisitsyn flew (emphasis on Y) and the techie Ivanyan was.
  20. Yak-3P
    Yak-3P 26 January 2016 12: 17
    0
    and what is there for explosive powder from RPG ?? in the first half of the Second World War, bombs with 1m went to the ground up to 1500m because of the cool qualities of gunpowder and fuse-caps ... the effect is -6 from such bombings .. and here they’re popping ?? saltpeter or carbide ?? and roller balls are present ?? if not that on x..pugach ???
  21. uav80
    uav80 26 January 2016 14: 03
    0
    Quote: V.ic
    On the Mi-35, this detail is missing, since the nassi on the Mi-35 is not removable. Conclusion: the "product" is suspended on the Mi-24 = unambiguously

    Mi-35P is an export model of the previously created Mi-24P. Carrier system three-blade tail rotorlong wing and retractable chassis typical for Mi-24P.
    Read more at: http://avia.pro/blog/mi-35