Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

We’ve been to Monino museum several times. And it’s always good to be back there. This time we are going to concentrate on the helicopters which can be seen in the place.

V-12 – a heavy military transport helicopter KB Milya is meeting us first.

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

It’s another Milya helicopter – V-7. It was not commercially produced.

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

It’s the Russian response to Chinook – helicopter of Yakovlev – Yak-24.

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

That is some imported vehicle.

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

This is old Mi-24.

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

It is Mi-24V.

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Mi-4.

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

This is Mi-24V.

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

It is Mi-8.

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

And it’s another one.

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Mi-10 is in the background.

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

This is Ka-25.

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

This Mi-6 is made for fire fighting.

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

This is a military and transport Mi-6.

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

This cutie is Mi-2.

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

This Mi-2 is for military service.

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

In the background is Su-17Mx, probably it is waiting for its time.

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

This is Mi-1.

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

It is Mi-26.

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

Helicopters As Museum Exhibits

And we go back to V-12 that says goodbye to us.

via saidpvo

13 thoughts on “Helicopters As Museum Exhibits”

    • like the German helicopters…oh wait a second…!

      As of the design and coloring, meh…a VW Passat or Golf is not really a design icon either…nor is a Porsche. In fact, most German cars are (or at least used to) be very good and reliable, but they never won the design award.

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      • hey!tiger~you’re from germany right?
        actually i like hyundai motor better..
        you know the hyundai motor designs are very beautiful so they have to win the market!~
        hyundai motor in the future become the greatest threat for the volkswagen..(⊙_⊙)

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  1. Russian Helicopters are much more sturdy than their western contemporaries; they were built closer to be closer to a tank than airplane.

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    • They may be sturdy but that is ridiculousness to say they are closer to tanks then aircraft when it comes to durability of design. Maybe closer to a light duty truck then aircraft.

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  2. I love these pictures please please dont ever stop posting these. I wish they had a nice dry place to be so they could last for a hundred years and the children will marvel.

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  3. Russian’s make fine helicopters. My country leased Mi-8’s and Mil Mi-17’s in Afghanistan. The civil sector also uses Russian helicopters carrier, medium lift and heavy lift. Especially in the oil and gas industry. They are work horses for sure. And they just look cool!

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  4. As for the “imported foreign model” it is a Piasecki H-21 often known as a flying banana. The company, under the new name of Vertol, went on to develop the Chinook. I am interested in how one came to be in the former Soviet Union. Was it one that the US military left behind in Vietnam, and then subsquently sent to the Soviet Union for study by the victorious Vietnamese communists?

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