Evacuation footage of a Russian Mi-35 that crashed in the Syrian province of Al-Hasakah


A video of the evacuation of a Mi-35 helicopter of the Russian Air Force, which crashed in the Al-Hasakah province in Syria, appeared on social networks. However, according to TASS, the helicopter made an emergency landing for technical reasons. Video footage demonstrates the transportation of the damaged rotorcraft, sheltered from prying eyes, by a truck.


The Russian defense department clarified that during the hard landing of the Mi-35, no one on board was injured, the pilots are now at the airfield.

On February 28, 2021, during a scheduled flight on air patrolling of the territory of Haseke Province (SAR), a Mi-35 helicopter made an emergency landing for technical reasons

- noted in the Ministry of Defense.


During the combat operation, the Mi-35, together with the Mi-8AMTSh, patrolled a convoy of military vehicles moving along the M4 highway in Al-Hasak. Mi-8AMTSh moved in front of the column at a distance of 5-10 km with a fire support group in order to conduct aerial reconnaissance. Mi-35 closed the column equipmentensuring her safety from the rear.

There are oil fields in Al-Hasak. Most of the territory of this region is controlled by Kurdish troops subordinate to the American forces. There are also US military personnel in the province.
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  1. Dmitry S. Offline Dmitry S.
    Dmitry S. (Dmitry Sanin) 1 March 2021 10: 53
    +2
    Is it subject to restoration?
    1. orange Offline orange
      orange (ororpore) 1 March 2021 11: 10
      +1
      It is unknown what the destruction is? How damaged the fuselage is. It looks intact, but what is the state of the cabin? Soft-boiled or individual dents? Crumpled tail boom? Falling off blades mean that when the blades hit the ground, the gearbox and skew mechanisms have become unusable from a sharp impact, from such a gear teeth receive surface damage, cracks appear in the bearings and housing. Even if the gears of the reducer are visually intact, no one will risk putting them on a new helicopter. Rather write off and cut into parts.
    2. alex5450 Offline alex5450
      alex5450 (Alex L) 1 March 2021 14: 27
      +1
      Usually, after such "applications on the ground," the technique stomps into the junk.
  2. 123 Offline 123
    123 (123) 1 March 2021 13: 23
    +4
    The main thing is that the pilots are alive, the rest is secondary. They will be repaired well, there will be no study of the damage, they will see what can be improved.
  3. Oder Offline Oder
    Oder (Wojciech) 1 March 2021 14: 06
    -2
    The Mi-35M is a modified version of the Mi-24 helicopter, adapted to any weather conditions, using, for example, the propulsion system and many onboard systems of the Mi-28N helicopter. This includes a drive with a new main rotor and tail rotor in the "X" configuration, borrowed from the Mi-28. The onboard equipment includes: the cockpit is adapted for the use of night vision goggles, a new optical-electronic targeting and navigation system GLONASS / GPS.
  4. Oder Offline Oder
    Oder (Wojciech) 1 March 2021 14: 09
    -1
    Interestingly, in May 2020, a Russian Mi-35M attack helicopter crashed on the Crimean peninsula annexed by Russia near the town of Yankoy. The car was in a regular training flight. The Russian side described this event as a “hard landing”, but a more appropriate term would be “it crashed while attempting an emergency landing”. As a result of this incident, one crew member was killed and two are in serious condition. You have a problem with these helicopters !!
  5. boosster Offline boosster
    boosster (Mister Andersen) 2 March 2021 00: 26
    -2
    Restore without problems.
    1. Pivander Offline Pivander
      Pivander (Alex) 2 March 2021 11: 16
      0
      And they will give it to the Syrians.
  6. TermNachTer Offline TermNachTer
    TermNachTer (Nikolai) 2 March 2021 11: 39
    -1
    And where can you see that he is Russian? Do the Syrians have a Mi-35?
  7. Igor Berg Offline Igor Berg
    Igor Berg (Igor Berg) 3 March 2021 09: 33
    +1
    Quote: TermNachTER
    And where can you see that he is Russian? Do the Syrians have a Mi-35?

    And what does "Russian" have to do with it? It is "Russian", the title must be read. Russian and Russian are not exactly the same thing. We have the Russian Federation.