|Country of Origin
||CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States).
||AH-1 Cobra (all models), UH-60 Black Hawk, AH-64 Apache, Mangusta A129.
||Assault, gunship, antitank.
||Missiles, guns, rockets.
||Length: 55 ft (16.78 m). Rotor diameter: 55 ft, 6 in (17 m).
Mi-24 Hind WEFT Description
||Five-blade main rotor mounted on top of fuselage midsection. Short, stubby, weapon-carrying wings mounted at midsection.
||Two turboshafts mounted above body midsection. Two round air intakes located just above the cockpit. Exhaust ports on sides of engine(s).
||Hind A: Large, oval-shaped body, glassed-in cockpit, and fuselage tapering at the rear to the tail boom. Hind D: Large, oval-shaped body, nose modification with tandem bubble canopies, and a chin-mounted turret.
||Swept-back, tapered fin with rotor on right on some models. Tapered flats on boom just forward of the fin.
Countries which Fly the Mi-24 Hind
Armenia, Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola, Belarus, Bulgaria, Cambodia, CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States), Cuba, Czech Republic, Ethiopia, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Mongolia, Mozambique, Nicaragua, North Korea, Peru, Poland, Slovakia, South Yemen, Syria, Ukraine, Vietnam.
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