34 Helicopter in the Forest

Helicopter in the Forest

Posted on February 7, 2007 by

One Russian hunter went for a hunt deep in Russian woods and found a small (just 1 building) abandoned military place with a glorious abandoned military helicopter.

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34 responses to “Helicopter in the Forest”

  1. Robert says:

    Does anyone know the GPS coordinates for such an awesome find?

    • Americanski says:

      Let’s see… Abandoned helicopter in the middle of the forest … do we have anything half as cool as that in USSA? … NYET!!

  2. /dev/null says:

    How come I can’t find stuff like this?…

    Freakin’ sweet. Courtesy of English Russia…….

    • scott marfino says:

      how is it bc of them or r u looking for someone to blame? it is in russia americans have nothing to do with ir.

  3. Finnish Alcoholics Online says:

    that’s all because of Americans!

  4. Maerlyn says:

    Anybody knows, how to get in contact with that girl? xD

  5. Wil says:

    That is incredible… Imagine just leaving a helicopter that size in the forest…

  6. PainInTheAss says:

    I’d do her in the ass.

  7. Robert says:

    Wow, that’s quite swanky.

  8. El Coyote says:

    It’s obviously been decommissioned. Look at the platform that was built leading up to the hatch! Are we sure this isn’t an old helicopter that was setup for a museum?

    I’d definitely like to see more pictures of the girl, though!

  9. misny0 says:

    Once I’ve found an abandoned jet in a hungarian forest. It’s wings have been cut off and after a few weeks, the gipsies have put it in a truck and sold it as raw metal:)

  10. Sturmovik says:

    What were they hunting? It looks like he’s carrying a rifle with a scope. Must be something big.

  11. R.Frech says:

    typical of low live nations, just walk away from something
    that has broken down or is no longer of any use.
    seen at a place called KORLA (China,Gobi) around 60+
    helicopters just going to hell.Guess the Chinese not smart enough to recycle? or to involved making trash for the world (American) market. A/C just like our H19 or HRS for the US Marine Corps.

  12. Julien says:

    i’d love to meet that girl though

  13. Doug says:

    Interesting. That was, or is, the worlds largest military helicopter in service. A Mil-6, (or 26?). It is also interesting to see some guy hunting with a nice rifle in a country not known for being friendly to firearms ownership. Even more interesting, how many of us take along a girl that is dressed in such a manner on a hunting trip?

  14. Texas1 says:

    Once I found an abandoned Sherman tank out in the middle of nowhere that had 3 hot, blond naked girls.

  15. spn says:

    i heard that hot blondes loves abandoned military objects

  16. Rico says:

    I would imagine that after the fall of the SU there would be lots of similar leftover military hardware to be found in the countrysides. Very interesting.

  17. 4estgraham says:

    This must be located at a museum or a storage yard, like this place (http://www.englishrussia.com/?p=533) Also, the series of pictures are taken at different times of the year.

  18. Ricardo says:

    well, probably not since it looks like her father is there also =/ dont know about russian turn on’s tough…

  19. alex_rus says:

    In my childhood near my district in the forest i found abandoned radar station. It looked like in STALKER game.

  20. Nick F says:

    That’s a nice helicopter. An MI-8? That thing is huge. That thing is amazing. Wonder if anything on it works.

  21. David says:

    nice photo. so no one knows the GPS coordinates for this? i would guess far east.

    It appears to be on a military base. The pavement and rail car in photo two suggest that.


  22. joe says:

    They used helicopters similar for emergency work at the Chernobyl disaster. Lots of radiated equipment was abandoned afterward.

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