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There is "Hot Chicken" written in russian on the tail of the mi-28. ````
Don't we have some more pictures for this page?Shotty729 16:47, January 18, 2011 (UTC)Shotty729
Ghosts 'Havoc' Edit
Those aren't Mi-28s, since they have a twin tail booms and co-axial rotors (And lack tail rotors). The cockpit canopies also look more like the double-bubble canopies seen on the Mi-24. My guess is that it's a fictional helicopter with elements from the Mi-24, Mi-28, and Kamov-style helicopters. BBP09 05:48, September 14, 2013 (UTC)
Guys, I think those Cod: Ghost choppers are Ka-50's or something like that because Mi-28's don't have double rotorsAFGBOYS2000 21:20, September 29, 2013 (UTC)
CoD: Ghosts: Mi-48 'Kajman' Edit
I was surprised to see this helicopter in this game because I have seen it in another game and upon further research learned that the helicopter is currently in testing by the Moscow Mil Helicopter Plant and I would believe it is to replace the older Mi-28 'Havoc' as the Havoc had done the Mi-24 'Hind'.
The name for the said helicopter supposidly is the Mi-48 'Kajman.' Another designation Mil has given the developing attack chopper is the Mil Mi-35V XE10 'Super Havoc.' The helicopter is a hybrid between three existing helicopters: The Mil Mi-24 'Hind', the Mil Mi-28 'Havoc' (Most noticeably), and the Kamov Ka-50 'Blackshark.' It's a mix from the Mi-24 because of the shape of the cockpit and the ability for troop transport. It's a mix from the Mi-28 in the resemblance to the frame of the air craft. Finally, it is a mix from the Ka-50 due to the co-axial rotors and the lack of a tail rotor, more effectively replacing it with a more aerodynamic, plane-like double boom.
The craft is capable of carrying a variety of weapons as well. The nose mounted cannon hosts a 2A42 30mm auto-cannon, usually. But to say that the helicopter cannot mount a rotating-barrel weapon much rather than a single barreled one would be a lie. The craft is also capable of carrying eight AT (anti-tank) missiles and two pods to a capacity of thirty-eight (total) unguided rockets, which can come in a wide variety of said rockets.
One thing that has unnerved me about this chopper that it is produced by the Mil company and utilizes a co-axial rotor system which I as well as many other people have not seen the Mil Helicpoter Plant produce at all. The Kamov company I would believe is one of the only companies that does that with thir helicopters, such as the Ka-27, the Ka-50 and the Ka-52.