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Kamov Ka-52 Alligator Helicopter

Kamov Ka-52 Alligator (NATO reporting name: Hokum B) is an all-weather combat helicopter developed by Kamov Design Bureau. The Ka-52…


Russia to Equip French Warships with Ka-52 Helicopters

Russia is planning to equip French-built Mistral Class amphibious assault ships with Russian Ka-52 Alligator helicopters, according to Russian Air Force commander Colonel General Alexander Zelin. The Ka-52, a modified version of the Ka-50 Hokum model, is equipped with a 30mm cannon, Vik


Russia to Equip French Mistrals with Ka-52 Helicopters

The Russian Navy could equip the French Mistral Class amphibious assault ships with Russian Ka-52 Alligator helicopters, according to Russian Helicopters holding executive director Andrei Shibitov. Russia is in talks with France for the purchase of one Mistral Class ship for €400m-&#


Ka-52K Katran Helicopter

Ka-52K Katran Helicopter is a ship-based version of the Ka-52 Alligator reconnaissance and combat helicopter, which is under production for…


Russian Navy to receive first Ka-52K helicopter in 2013

The first batch of Kamov Design Bureau-built Kamov Ka-52K attack helicopters will be delivered to the Russian Navy in 2013 in support of French-built Mistral-class amphibious assault ships, Kamov general designer Sergei Mikheyev said.


Re-examining Syria from a naval perspective

Syria's Navy is the smallest component of the nation's armed forces. While it is relatively neglected, with a budget estimated at only £90m annually, it is still the first line of defence on its Eastern Mediterranean flank and warrants consideration. As the situation in Syria and deliberation on possible intervention in the Mediterranean country escalates, Simon Williams examines the country's naval posture.


France’s Mistral sale to Russia– a deal with the devil?

Despite Paris’ condemnation of Russia’s actions in Ukraine, a €1.2bn deal to sell two Mistral warships is still going ahead; a move that has provoked criticism by NATO and EU member states. Could the threat of losing out on this highly capable vessel really influence Putin’s foreign policy, and would there be any way for France to mitigate the disastrous financial fallout?