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    [SIZE=4]PERUVIAN HELICOPTER MI-26[/SIZE]
    El helicóptero mas grande del mundo es utilizado por el Ejército Peruano para transporte puede llevar hasta 100 soldados.



    MI-26 PERUVIAN CARGO

    MI-26 PERUVIAN IN SERVICE IN UNITED NATIONS FORCE IN TIMOR

    MI-26 AND MENBERS PERUVIAN AIR FORCE IN TIMOR ORIENTAL

    MI-26 FAP WHIT COLORS ONU RETURN TO PERU



    MI-26 HELICOPTERO PERUANO ..

    El helicóptero mas grande del mundo es utilizado
    por el Ejército Peruano para transporte puede llevar
    hasta 100 soldados
    Características Técnicas
    Motores: 2 Lotarev D-126, 9,800 HP
    Velocidad Máxima: 295 Km/h
    Alcance: 670 Km
    Techo: 4,500 m.
    Tripulación: 4 + 100 pasajeros
    Diámetro del rotor: 32.00 m.
    Longitud: 40.03 m.
    Peso Máximo: 56,000 Kg
    Especificaciones técnicas Mil Mi-26 Halo
    Planta Motriz:
    dos turbinas Lotarev D-136 de 11.400 shp

    Velocidades
    máxima 295 km/h; de crucero 255 km/h

    Alcance
    1.200 km con combustible auxiliar; 800 km con la reserva máxima de carburante; entre 475 y 800 km con carga máxima

    Capacidad de combustible
    interna de entre 12.000 y 13.000 litros

    Pesos
    normal de despegue 49.500 kg; máximo de despegue 56.000 kg; vacío 28.200 kg; unos 20.000 kg de carga (dependiendo del combustible y la distancia a recorrer, si es interna o externa)

    Dimensiones
    Diámetro del rotor principal: 32 metros
    Largo: 33,8 metros (40 metros con los rotores girando)
    Largo fuselaje: 33,5 metros
    Ancho: 8,2 metros
    Altura: 8,1 metros
    Diámetro del rotor de cola: 7,6 metros
    Tamaño de la bahía de carga: 12 x 3,3 x 2,9 o 3,2 metros (la altura es variable)

    Tripulación
    dos pilotos, un navegante, un ingeniero de vuelo y un encargado de carga








    Mi-26 HALO

    The Mi-26 helicopter, the heaviest and most powerful helicopter in the world, was designed for carrying large-size cargoes weighing up to 20 tons. It is the result of an early 1970s specification for a transport helicopter whose empty weight, without fuel, was not to exceed half of its maximum take-off weight. It can be used for construction projects ranging from bridges to power transmission lines. The combination of high load-carrying capacity and high cruise speed makes the use of the helicopter economically efficient.

    The helicopter is loaded through the cargo hatch in the tail of the fuselage with lowered ladder and subladders. The cargo cabin is equipped with two electric hoists and lifting and loading devices ensuring loading and carrying along the cabin of cargoes weighing up to 5 tons. Mil Moscow helicopter plant joint stock company is the major designer and producer of military transport, civil transport, heavy-lift,multi-role helicopters. Mil is associated with the Rostov and Kazan production enterprises. Rostov makes the Mi-26 heavy-lift helicopters.

    The Mi-26 is the first helicopter with an eight-blade main rotor, which is mounted above the fuselage midsection on a ****. Two turboshaft engines are mounted on top of the cabin with round air intakes above and behind the cockpit and exhaust ports at the sides of the engines. The long, bus-like body with fixed tricycle landing gear tapers to the nose and rear, with an upswept rear section and rounded nose and stepped-up cockpit. The tail is swept-back with a slightly tapered fin with large rotor on right side. The flats are forward-tapered and low-mounted on leading edge of the fin.

    The HALO A has no armament. The load and lift capabilities of the aircraft are comparable to the US C-130 Hercules transport aircraft. The length of the landing gear struts can be hydraulically adjusted to facilitate loading through the rear doors. The tailskid is retractable to allow unrestricted approach to the rear clamshell doors and loading ramp. The cargo compartment has two electric winches (each with 2,500 kg capacity) on overhead rails can move loads along the length of the cabin. The cabin floor has rollers and tie-down rings throughout. The HALO has a closed-circuit television system to observe positioning over a sling load, and load operations. The Mi-26 is capable of single-engine flight in the event of loss of power by one engine (depending on aircraft mission weight) because of an engine load sharing system. If one engine fails, the other engine’s output is automatically increased to allow continued flight.
    VARIANTS

    • Mi-26MS: Medical evacuation version.
    • Mi0-26T: Freight transport.
    • Mi-26TZ: Fuel tanker with an additional 14,040 liters of fuel in 4x internal tanks and 1,040 liters of lubricants, pumped through 4x 60-meter long refueling nozzles for refu-eling aircraft, and 10x 20-meter long hoses for refueling ground vehicles. Fuel transfer rate is 300 liters/minute for aviation fuel, and 75-150 liters/minute for diesel fuel. The refueling system can easily be removed to allow the aircraft to perform transport missions.
    [*******#ffffff]Specifications[/COLOR]

    Country of OriginRussia BuilderMIL Date of Introduction1983 RoleHeavy cargo-transport Similar AircraftMi-6 Hook, HH-3E Jolly Green Giant BladesMain rotor - 8
    Tail rotor - 5 Rotor diameter105 ft (32 m) Length111 ft (33.8 m) Length (rotors turning)40 meters Length (fuselage)33.5 meters Width8.2 meters Height26 ft., 5 in. / 8.1 meters Tail Rotor Diameter7.6 meters Cargo Compartment Dimensions 12 meters - Floor Length
    3.3 meters - Width
    Height variable from 2.9 to 3.2 meters Weight49500 kg - Normal takeoff weight
    56000 kg - Maximum takeoff weight
    28200 kg - empty weight
    20000 kg - Load-lifting capacity
    (100+ equipped troops, armored vehicles) Engine2 x 11,400 shp Lotarev D-136 turbines Maximum speed295 km/h Cruising speed183 mph / 255 km/h Range1200 km with Aux Fuel
    800 km with maximum fuel reserve
    475-800 km with maximum loading Service Ceiling4600 m
    1,800 m Hover (out of ground effect)
    4,500 m Hover (in ground effect) Fuel 11,900 liters Internal Standard Payload20,000 kg Internal or external load over 80 troops, 60 litters, or
    2x BRDM-2 scout cars, or 2x BMDs, or
    1x BMP or,
    1x BTR-60/70/80 or,
    1x MT-LB
    ArmamentUsually none Survivability/CountermeasuresMain and tail rotor blades electrically deiced.
    Infrared signature suppressors on engines.
    Infrared jammers and decoys; flares.
    Self-sealing fuel tanks. AVIONICSThe avionics and navigational package, a Doppler weather radar, and a fully functioning autopilot allow for day/night all-weather operation. Crew5 (2x pilots, 1x navigator, 1x flight engineer, 1x loadmaster)

    [SIZE=3]MI-6 FIRST HELICOPTER GIGANT IN PERUVIAN AIR FORCE ,1978[/SIZE]



    FIRSTS HELICOPTERS MI-6 IN PERUVIAN AIR FORCE 1978 LOOK LITLE WINGS FO THE MI-6


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    MI-26 PERUAVIAN ARMY



    [SIZE=3]MI-26 PERUVIAN ARMY[/SIZE]
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    Cool... thanks.
    It's an awesome big **** bird.
    But it should also be very very expensive too maintain and keep running.

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    Good, maintenance and flight cost is relatively high but their ability to offset its cargo service to peru

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    Great picts.

    BTW: There's a thread dedicated to Peruvian Armed Forces.

    Check it out

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    WOuld this be the equivalent of CH-53D Sea Stallion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chefjavier View Post
    WOuld this be the equivalent of CH-53D Sea Stallion?
    I think the Mi-26 is a GOOD bit bigger in total size and cargo carrying capability.

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    friend, MI-26 is a little bigger than the Stallion

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    friends, I get a picture where MI-26 get an lifting a chinook in Afghanistan



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    Quote Originally Posted by chefjavier View Post
    WOuld this be the equivalent of CH-53D Sea Stallion?
    This bird can carry the same as a C130 Hercules !

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    That thing is a monster, sweet pic of it picking up a chinook. Makes it look so small.

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    But it should also be very very expensive too maintain and keep running.
    It is not cheap to run, just like a C-5 galaxy is not cheap to run, but for example you can use it to deliver very large very heavy items to places that do not have roads or airfields. Compared to the cost of improving a road so you can get large trucks down them, or building an airfield large enough so you can land a transport aircraft... and then build a road and bring in a truck to carry the item the rest of the way... well a helo that can deliver it right to the site it is wanted actually works out much cheaper than any other available option.

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    That is exactly the advantage of having these helicopters to transport cargo ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GazB View Post
    It is not cheap to run, just like a C-5 galaxy is not cheap to run, but for example you can use it to deliver very large very heavy items to places that do not have roads or airfields. Compared to the cost of improving a road so you can get large trucks down them, or building an airfield large enough so you can land a transport aircraft... and then build a road and bring in a truck to carry the item the rest of the way... well a helo that can deliver it right to the site it is wanted actually works out much cheaper than any other available option.
    Yes yes, i know
    It's an awesome asset, i love it

    I wonder if there will ever be build anything similar ?
    It's almost like AN-225.

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    I think there maybe a picture of the MI-26 lifting a crashed NZ unimog truck out of the bush in East Timor floating around somewhere (sorry i dont know where though).
    I had know idea that it was a Peruvian MI-26 in Timor, we all thought it was the drunken russian contractors working for the UN flying it!! Cool, i can start drinking now ive learnt something today!!

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