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Russia’s Rostvertol has performed the first flight of a dedicated trainer version of the Mil Mi-28 attack helicopter, with the UB-model aircraft to be exhibited for the first time in the static display at this month’s MAKS Moscow air show.Flown at the company’s Rostov-on-Don site on 9 August, the new development features “a dual control system that can be used in Mi-28NE pilot training, while at the same time retaining all the functionality of an attack helicopter,” says Russian Helicopters.

Russia’s Rostvertol has performed the first flight of a dedicated trainer version of the Mil Mi-28 attack helicopter, with the UB-model aircraft to be exhibited for the first time in the static display at this month’s MAKS Moscow air show.Flown at the company’s Rostov-on-Don site on 9 August, the new development features “a dual control system that can be used in Mi-28NE pilot training, while at the same time retaining all the functionality of an attack helicopter,” says Russian Helicopters.

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The Boeing "Stealth" Sikorsky RAH-66 Comanche.    Armament 1× 20 mm XM301 three-barrel cannon mounted in a Turreted Gun System with a 500 round capacity. Internal bays: 6 Hellfires or 6 Stingers (ATAS) or 24 Hydra 70 2.75 in (70 mm) air-to-ground rockets. Optional stub wings: 8 Hellfire, 16 Stinger or 56 x Hydra 70 air-to-ground rockets.

The Boeing "Stealth" Sikorsky RAH-66 Comanche. Armament 1× 20 mm XM301 three-barrel cannon mounted in a Turreted Gun System with a 500 round capacity. Internal bays: 6 Hellfires or 6 Stingers (ATAS) or 24 Hydra 70 2.75 in (70 mm) air-to-ground rockets. Optional stub wings: 8 Hellfire, 16 Stinger or 56 x Hydra 70 air-to-ground rockets.

Boeing CH-47 Chinooks carrying military vehicles.

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An Apache helicopter from 4 Regiment, 656 Squadron Army Air Corps, during live firing training at Otterburn Ranges in Northumberland.

An Apache helicopter from 4 Regiment, 656 Squadron Army Air Corps, during live firing training at Otterburn Ranges in Northumberland.

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