6 What Is Common Between A Bus On Skis And a Helicopter?

What Is Common Between A Bus On Skis And a Helicopter?

Posted on June 6, 2012 by team

Who knows how this bus is called? Do not read the answer and write yours in comments.

The aviation factory “Progress” named after N. I. Sazykin. where they produce very powerful helicopters protecting the country.

Mi-24 under the glass cover not to fly away.

Only at this stage the Russian helicopter can be destroyed. In a day it will be assembled and take off and nobody will stop it.

Have you ever seen an alligator’s embryo?

“Progress” will make 140 helicopters “Alligator” Ka-52 for the Ministry of Defence.

All these signs warn you that if touch everything what you see here you’ll get a shock and your hand may be cut off… The same will happen to those who will dare attack Russia, the helicopters of “Progress” guarantee this!

Does it look like a washing machine? But it is a milling processing centre that helps to make details for Russian killing helicopters.

The workshop is neat

But what about the question in the beggining? It’s a hybrid of a bus, a helicopter and Bjoerndalen called a motor sled. They are made also here by “Progress”. Combat motor sled also exists, each war winter they made Hitlerites panic.

The main secret of the production. Those workers who fail to do their work perfectly are put on these tenons! Just joking!


“What a cool thing we’ve made! Combat helicopter “Black Shark” is perfect!”

Location: Arsenyev, the Primorsk region

via egor-lavrentiev

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6 responses to “What Is Common Between A Bus On Skis And a Helicopter?”

  1. russ says:

    it is skiis not skies

  2. iii says:

    Whats with the aggressive titles under the photos?

  3. kodabar says:

    Skis, not skies.

  4. mittens says:


  5. Tim Dennison says:

    I agree, no need to stir up international hostilities. We are comrades, I hope.

  6. the sled should be a Kamov Ka-30 aerosled.

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