Indian Navy hna nih Lockheed Martin Submarine Hunter “Romeo” 2 an ngeih than,

Indian Navy nih nih Indian Ocean vennak ca ding ah, Submarine hunter anti mi Lockheed Martin kut chuak MH-60R Maritime Helicopters 2 cu nihin ah khan an ngah, India nih MH-60R Maritime Helicopters hi 24 an an cawk hawi lai, US Navy air station San Diego ah Submarine hunter helicopter peknak prog ngeih asi, Taranjit Singh Sandhu, Indian Ambassador to the US nih arak dawn piak,

MH-60R helicopters hi multiple missions ah hman khawh asi, state of the art avionics & sensors he asi. “The induction of these helicopters would further enhance the Indian Navy’s three dimensional capabilities”

Ka-50 Black Shark Russia tuah mi Helicopter hi zeitluk in dah arak thatnak cu?

The KA-50 is a state-of-the-art and powerful battle helicopter that is in limited service with the Russian Air Force. This aircraft is not fielded. Only a handful of prototypes exist, and it has not yet been approved for full-scale production. There are two versions of the Hokum. The Ka-50 Hokum-A is a single-seat close support helicopter and the Ka-52 Hokum-B two-seat trainer and combat version.

The coaxial, contrarotating, three-blade main rotors are widely separated with swept-back tips, and there is no tail rotor. The coaxial counter-rotating rotor system negates the need for a tail rotor and its drive system. Because of this, this aircraft is unaffected by wind strength and direction, has an unlimited hovering turn rate, and gives a smaller profile and acoustic signature, while allowing a 10-15% greater power margin. The HOKUM is fully aerobatic. It can perform loops, roll, and the funnel, where the aircraft will maintain a concentrated point of fire while flying circles of varying altitude, elevation, and airspeed around the target.

The helicopter has a number of unique characteristics including a single seat to increase combat and flight characteristics and reduce operational costs. It was designed for remote operations, and not to need ground maintenance facilities for 2 weeks. The airframe is 35% composite materials with a structural central 1m 2 keel beam of kevlar/ Nomex that protects critical systems and ammunition. The fully armored pilot’s cabin can withstand 23-mm gunfire, and the cockpit glass 12.7-mm MG gunfire. The Zvezda K-37-800 pilot ejection system functions at any altitude and enables a successful ejection at a low altitude and maximum speed.

Each wing has two hardpoints for a total of four stations. A typical mix for targeting armor formations is 12x AT-16 ATGMs, 500x 30-mm cannon rounds, and 2x 20-round pods of 80-mm folding fin unguided rockets. The 30-mm cannon is the same as on the BMP-2. The Shark’s avionics is largely in line with what is the norm for one-seater fighters and ground attack jets. Its most remarkable feature is a remote targeting system with the capability to provide for a sudden deadly attack from a distance that rules out direct visual contact with the target. The firing computer will turn the aircraft to keep the gun on target. It is equipped with a downlink to provide information from the battlefield. The targeting and control system and weaponry enable accurate target engagement at ranges of up to 10km.

Weight Maximum Gross: 10,800 kg

Normal Takeoff: 9,800 kg

Empty: 7,692 kg

Speed Maximum (level): 340 km/h (est.)

Cruise: 270-310 km/h

Sideward: 100+ km/h, Rearward: 100+ km/h

Ceiling Service: 5,500 meters

Hover (out of ground effect): 4,000 meters

Hover (in ground effect): 5,500 meters