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" Alligator " Has Passed All The Tests Successfully
15.09.2011 10:39

Ka-52 " Alligator "

Helicopter was making test landings on the deck of big anti-submarine ship " Vice-Admiral Kulakov " in different conditions during two weeks. In the end of August the helicopter successfully made first landings in immovable position and " on the run ". Specialists also checked its steadiness during tossing.

      The tests were held in Kola Bay and Barents Sea.

      Specialists concluded that " Alligator " can make a landing on any other ship. Sea modification of Ka-52 helicopters is going to be placed on helicopter carriers " Mistral ", bought in France. Trial lot of new helicopters is planned to be constructed by the next year.

      Multipurpose shock helicopter Ka-52 " Alligator " was worked out in the factory " Progress " in Primorky Krai. It is meant for two people.

      Its maximum speed is 350 kilometres per hour and it is able to cover a distance of 1 200 kilometres.


      

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