Then at least an officially launched one ! Would be called "disinformation" then, I think.PlanesPictures said:... or fake
very nice work,could be that i found these pictures on Avicopress while google searching for pictures of the KA-65,PlanesPictures said:to stimpy75: I have done these pictures for Avicopress as Ka-65 but I wasn't sure if it is correct
We have seen the Ka-65 designation used for the UVK (Udarny Vertolyotny Kompleks "Strike Helicopter System") and for a rigid coaxial-rotor utility compound helicopter with pusher prop similar to the Sikorsky/Boeing SB-1 Defiant from graphics we believe originated within Kamov. So there is confusion over which design has been given the designation Ka-65.stimpy75 said:very nice work,could be that i found these pictures on Avicopress while google searching for pictures of the KA-65,
It has shown considerable evolution and the shown layout wasn't the last iteration, butyasotay said:I assume that Ka-92 remains "speculative" at best.
Fair point. I have not seen any mention of Russia moving forward with high speed efforts beyond the high speed conventional helicopter that was first mentioned last year.Jemiba said:It has shown considerable evolution and the shown layout wasn't the last iteration, butyasotay said:I assume that Ka-92 remains "speculative" at best.
IIRC the one here http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,2766.msg78028.html#msg78028
But especially helicopters have a long "gestation period"! today, no matter, where they are designed ! :
borovik said:Hmmmm... about 10 t HAL I have nothing.
And yet I forgot to post this - early Kamov Ka-12, 3 views. Taken from "Samolyoty mira" (World Aircraft) magazine some 10 years ago
Hmmm...I thought that was an illustration of the recently announced naval helicopter called "Lamprey"?stashandr said:Kamov Minoga (sea-based).