BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:20 P.M.) – Pilots of the Black Sea Fleet forces in the Russian army began training to use the advanced Ka-31R helicopters, which will be received by the country’s military fleets.

During the exercises, Russian naval pilots are training to use and rely on new helicopters in carrying out multi-target flight operations, including military reconnaissance and monitoring operations to discover enemy ships and submarines and aircraft.

These helicopters are expected to be introduced to the military once the training exercises are complete.

The Black Sea Fleet will be the first to use these advanced combat aircraft.

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Daeshbags-Sux
2020-03-17 17:43

Since Yakovlev Yak-44 was cancelled with the fall of the USSR (no, it’s not an E-2 Hawkeye, Yak-44 was to be much bigger with a 44 tons empty weight, double popeller per wing-pod and so much engine power that catapults would had been useless) Added to that the 4 aircraft carriers of the Kiev class were retired (the Baku was sold to India) and of 4 planned in the Kuznetsov class, only the 1st ship was completed (the unfinished Varyag was sold to China and now she’s the PLAN’s Liaoning), therefore, Russian, Indian and Chinese navies rely on the Kamov… Read more »