Russian military helicopter crashes

Some kind of evil rock is being pursued by the Russian military: after the Su-25UB attack aircraft that crashed in the North Caucasus, the Mi-8 military helicopter crashed.




As follows from the Interfax news agency, in the area of ​​the Sokolovy village of the Saratov Region, during acceleration along the runway, the Mi-8 helicopter capsized and caught fire.

After capsizing, the crew of three people managed to urgently leave the burning car. Currently, the pilots are in a medical institution where they are being assisted.

The Ministry of Defense, referring to reports received from the scene, reports that the cause of the accident could be the destruction of one of the landing gears of the helicopter. Now a special commission of the Russian Aerospace Forces is working at the scene of the accident, which finds out all the circumstances of the disaster.


Recall that yesterday, on September 3, during a training flight over the Stavropol Territory, a Su-25UB attack aircraft crashed in a deserted place, taking off from an airfield in Budennovsk.

The information circulated by the media that the pilots ejected was not confirmed. Their bodies were found at the crash site of a combat aircraft after its discovery.

According to information published on social networks, the crashed attack aircraft carried board number 96 and was part of the 368 assault aviation regiment.
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  1. SERGEY SERGEEVICS 5 September 2019 17: 27
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    The main thing is that people are all alive, and a speedy recovery for them.
  2. gorenina91 Online
    gorenina91 (Irina) 6 September 2019 07: 30
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    “And you don’t need any enemies ...” - our military flying equipment itself is successfully killed by our great military flyers ...
    1. antibi0tikk Offline
      antibi0tikk (Sergei) 6 September 2019 09: 44
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      I had the opportunity to work for two years near the house, walking for 15 minutes, as they say, from door to door. And all these two years, my car stood almost motionless (for example, I was shopping nearby, to my relatives, etc.). So it turns out that for two years of ownership gasoline consumption is cheap, there are no breakdowns. But this does not mean that my X-trail is the most reliable and economical car.
      I’m all about the fact that now they fly a lot in aviation, which means there will be many such incidents. In Ukraine, there are almost no flight accidents, but not because Ukrainian pilots, all professionals and equipment, are kept in ideal conditions, they just fly a little. For approximately the same reason, we will never hear that a Polish-made aircraft or a Lithuanian car broke down.
      So the broken equipment is a pity, even more regret for the dead crew of Drying. But, alas, with such a mode of operation of our flyers, such cases cannot be avoided ....
      1. antibi0tikk Offline
        antibi0tikk (Sergei) 6 September 2019 09: 45
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        "our flyers," of course (T9 is weird) ...
      2. gorenina91 Online
        gorenina91 (Irina) 6 September 2019 15: 07
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        - What are you ... - Americans fly more than us ... and the Chinese are 20 times more than us ... - And what ??? The Chinese generally have few accidents ... - And ours ... - there, already near Lipetsk, two of our newest Su-34s collided ...
        - It seems our most ...
  3. sgrabik Offline
    sgrabik (Sergei) 6 September 2019 08: 43
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    It is urgent to draw certain conclusions from this, to develop and make the necessary adjustments to the training programs and courses for flight training of pilots. Here again, there is a Russian “maybe”, maybe it’ll blow, maybe nothing will happen, but this should not be in principle. As a rule, the human factor and technology have nothing to do with everything here. Inadequate qualifications of those. personnel and flight personnel, ignorance of how to get out of emergency emergencies, irresponsibility, and in sum it turns out exactly what we are observing now, and this is not only in the army, in civil aviation the picture is no better.
  4. maiman61 Offline
    maiman61 (Yuri) 6 September 2019 17: 20
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    You have to pay for everything. We need strong air forces, which means that we need to fly a lot and gain experience. To fly a lot means that the probability of accidents increases.