- Minggu, 26/03/2017 19:14 WIB
- Sabtu, 25/03/2017 11:08 WIB
- Minggu, 26/03/2017 20:05 WIB
- Jumat, 24/03/2017 16:30 WIB
- Kamis, 23/03/2017 13:29 WIB
- Rabu, 22/03/2017 06:38 WIB
|12th July 2008, 11:20||
Join Date: Jun 2008
TNI AD beli Hellicopter baru
syukur Alhamdulillah, realisasi modernisasi Alutista di tubuh Militer Indonesia terus berjalan. hal ini mutlak diperlukan mengingat Alutista yang ada saat ini sudah "sepuh" meski sudah beberapa kali melalui proses re-powering.
Gebrakan mengejutkan dilakukan TNI AD, Saya baca di majalah Defender edisi bulan Juli, TNI AD akan membeli Helikopter MI-30 (kalo ga salah) dari Rusia sebanyak 6 unit. untuk melengkapi kekuatan sebelumnya yang juga didatangkan dari Rusia pada tahun 2003 lalu sebanyak 2 unit.
buat temen2 yang ada info spek maupun pic nya, bisa di share disini?
Salam Jabat Erat
|12th July 2008, 12:32||
Join Date: Nov 2007
Mi-24 Hind sendiri adalah gunship yg dikembangkan dari Mi-8, heli paling populernya rusia
kita punya semuanya
Dimesions (mm): 17,3props/21,5 x ?
Maximum speed (km/h): 315
Weight (tons): 8.5- 11.5
Engine: 2 TVD, TV3-117B, 2 x 1'619 kwt
Range (km): 450
Armament: AS Sturm
Flying Infantry Combat Vehicle
Development of aviation technology closely mirrors the military and political situation worldwide. For example, cost curve to picture aircraft and helicopters production in the USA features clear-cut peaks: 1954-1957, 1966-1968 and 1985-1986. These refer to wars in Korea, Vietnam and the so-called Reagonomics era (Afghanistan). At every such peak unique specimens of air technology emerged.
The helicopters included the Sikorsky S-55 in Korea, Bell UH-1 Irokez and Bell AH-1 Cobra in Vietnam; AH-64 Apache - Reagonomics. Our helicopter-building industry reacted adequately and produced Mi-4, Mi-8, Mi-24 and Mi-28 helicopters respectively. Today we will tell our readers about Mi-24 gunship helicopter with transport capability.
Such a unique helicopter 'flying infantry combat vehicle' was the brainchild of M.L.Mil, helicopters general designer.
His idea implied the development of a helicopter similar to an American Cobra helicopter, capable of carrying a powerful armament systems and boasting at the same time high flying performance, combat survivability and a capacity to accommodate eight troops (full strength squad) with personal weapons and extra ammunition owing to a decrease in its combat load.
As the gestation period for the new types of armament and observation-sighting devices took longer than the helicopter's development, M.L.Mil decided to fit the first version of the Mi-24 with armaments and sights currently used at that time. Such a new armament system was first tried on the Mi-4 (K-4V) helicopter. The rapid tempo of the Mi-24 development can be attributed to partial or complete unification of the most complicated and vital units, which were previously intended for Mi-8 and Mi-14 helicopters. These units comprised a hub and blades of the main rotor, swash plate, tail rotor, main gear box, rotor drive system and finally the TV3-117 engine. It took one year only to pass from the drawing board (August 1968) to the maiden flight of this helicopter.
The development of new armament systems and devices was carried out simultaneously with the flying trials of the first helicopter prototype. This led to the development of a more roomy cockpit for the crew. This updated cockpit accommodated armament systems and sighting systems similar to those mounted on the first prototype. The first production version of the Mi-24 helicopter, the Mi-24A, became operational that way. This helicopter differed from the first prototype by a stub-wing anhedral of -12 deg. with pylons at wingtips for the Phalanga (Phalanx) antitank missiles. This was done to compensate for the lateral instability which appeared during flying trials of the prototype.
Dari sabang sampai merauke, Indonesia Jaya
Gak Peduli Siapa presidennya, karena pemimpin sebenarnya adalah Rakyat Indonesia
Last edited by gudel; 12th July 2008 at 12:42..
|12th July 2008, 13:24||
Join Date: Jul 2008
|12th July 2008, 14:00||
Join Date: Apr 2008
Location: Southern Hemisphere
Mi-35 Combat-Transport Helicopter is intended to perform the following missions:
engagement of ground targets;
fire support to ground units;
battlefield air interdiction;
engagement of air targets;
engagement of enemy assault units in landing zone;
provide fire support to operational tactical and tactical airborne troops during their flight to landing zones and subsequent combat actions.
Mi-35 and Mi-35P versions with different gun armament sets are available.
The helicopter can be reequipped in the following versions: combat version, assault-transport version, ambulance version.
The helicopter is equipped with gun- rocket armament and additional equipment. The assault-transport version can airlift up to eight fully equipped troopers. The ambulance version can airlift four injured troopers (two seated and two on stretches) with one medical attendant. The transport version can airlift cargo weighing up to 2,400 kg on external sling or up to 1,500 kg in cargo cabin.
The helicopter can be refurbished during operation.
The helicopter is powered by two turboshaft TV3-117 engines, developing 2,200 hp each, and AI-9V an auxiliary power plant.
The flight control is performed from two cabines: pilot’s cabin and that of the pilot/operator.The pilot/operator cabin is fitted with override controls and instrument panel with pilot-navigation equipment. It ensures easy flight in IFR weather conditions and provides the pilot/operator with capability to fly and land the helicopter when the pilot can not do it. It also provides training capability.
The helicopter is also fitted with electronic, communications and navigation aids to ensure day/night flights in VFR and IFR weather conditions and enroute flight.
The radio communications system ensures reliable two-way radio communication with ground stations, other helicopter’s radio aids, intercom communication between crew members to navigate the helicopter or land it in poor visible conditions.
The pilot and pilot/operator cabins are reliably protected from 7.62 mm bullets with front armoured glass and side armor plates. The fuel tanks are filled with porous fillers to prevent fuel leaks and explosions when heat.
The helicopter is also fitted with anti-missile means to provide protection against missiles with homing heat seekers. They comprise the ASO-2V shaft dispenser, optronic countermeasures equipment and infrared suppression exhaust mixer boxes over exhaustengine dusts.
The helicopter is fitted with a pilot’s warning radiation station.
Composition of Armament
Helicopter armament comprises:
“Shturm-V” high- precision guided weapon complex with “Ataka” missile;
UNM/guns/ mines units;
30 mm gun Gsh-30 for Mi-35P version;
Gsh-23L turret-mounted gun for Mi-35 version;
The installment on helicopter of “Igla-V” “air-to air” guided missiles is possible. The helicopter can be equipped with:
4 ... 8 anti-tank missiles;
2 ... 4 80 mm UNM units (each with 20 p-s);
2 ... 4 240 mm UNM;
4 50/100/250-kg bombs or 2,500-kg bombs. Besides, the installment of two universal units, each with three machine guns or grenade launcher, or two universal units each with Gsh-23L gun is possible. The troopers can personal weapons through open blisters. High-precision sighting system and effective amunition set ensure destruction of various ground and sea-surface targets.
Modernization program is envisaged combat effictiveness by means of:
enhanced combat survivability;
round-the-clock low-altitude flying;
reduced pilot work load;
improved flight and maintenance characteristics.
To ensure round-the-clock employment of the Mi-35 helicopter the following items can be installed:
flight-control, navigation and indication system comprising multi-purpose LCDs, computers, GPS system and other up-to date information devices;
the GOES-331 round-the-clock observation and sighting system to acquire data via thermal vision and low-level TV channels, as well as from a laser range finder.
the GEO-ONV1 night-vision goggles based on the 3rd generation optronic converters.
adaptation of cockpit lighting equipment for operation of night-vision goggles.
The modified helicopter fitted with a new main rotor system and cruciform tail rotor, 3,000-m hovering ceiling and high load factor.
The upgrade avionics and armament ensure ground tracking and engagement of ground and air targets, round-the-clock low-altitude flying, high self-containment in performing missions, round-the-clock use of armament including high-penetrability anti-tank missiles in IFR and VFR conditions. On-board computer, navigation system interfaced with GPS, NVS and low-light level infrared camera ensure enhanced operational effectiveness of the crew.
Take-off weight, kg:
Fuel capacity, kg:
standard fuel capacity 1,590
auxiliary fuel capacity 1,780
Dimensions (w/o rotors), m
main rotor diameter 17,2
Flight speed (ISA) at the altitude of 500 m, km/h:
Hovering ceiling out of ISA, m
Service ceiling (ISA),m
Flight range(ISA at the altitude of 500 m, 5% fuel emergency reserve), km:
with standard load of fuel tanks 500
ferry range 1,085
Engines (type, number, hp)
TV3-117VMA , 2 x 2,200
Crew, persons 2
Assault team, persons 8
Armament Set Options
4 “Ataka” GM + 2 “Igla-V” GM + 40 C-8 UNM +470 23 mm projectiles;
16 “Ataka” GM + 40 C-8 UNM +470 23 mm projectiles;
16 “Ataka” GM + 10 C-13 UNM +470 23 mm projectiles;
8 “Igla-V” GM + 40 C-8 UNM +470 23 mm projectiles;
8 “Igla-V” GM + 10 C-13 UNM +470 23 mm projectiles;
80 C-8 UNM +470 23 mm projectiles;
20 C-13 UNM +470 23 mm projectiles.
If your heart is a volcano, how shall you expect flowers to bloom.
Last edited by Mach2; 12th July 2008 at 14:12..