What will happen to the Russian army card 52 in the battle between NATO and Russia?

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 What will happen to the Russian army card 52 in the battle between NATO and Russia?


According to the report, there are not many countries that are capable of producing heavy-duty multi-functional all-weather attack helicopters. Altamonov said that the best attack helicopters are Russian Ka-52 alligator helicopter, French German ec665 tiger helicopter, American AH-64 Apache helicopter and Chinas z-19e helicopter. But the expert believes that the biggest threat to Russian helicopters is the ec665 tiger helicopter.

Russian Ka-52 armed helicopter

Altamonov said that although NATO considers the tiger helicopter as one of the best achievements, Russias helicopter is more likely to win in the confrontation with Ka-52.

First of all, the speed and payload of Western European helicopters are not high. The tiger helicopter is 30 km slower than the Ka-52 in speed and has a lifting capacity of 6000 kg, 4800 kg less than the Ka-52, he said. In addition, it is not as mobile and protective as the card-52.

Secondly, Russian Ka-52 helicopter guns can hit the target more accurately, because when the shell weight is 400 grams, the initial launch speed is faster, reaching 970 meters per second.

Third, the Russian Ka-52 helicopter is equipped with ejection seat in addition to protecting the armor of pilot cockpit, and the tiger helicopter is not equipped with this seat.

Altamonov also said that the tiger helicopter is worth twice as much as the Ka-52. There is no doubt that tiger helicopters can cause damage and death in third world countries, he said. However, confrontation with the Ka-52 in Russian airspace will show unsatisfactory results.

He also said it was necessary to take into account the fact that the tiger helicopter was not used at high latitudes (the north pole), which also reduced its maintainability in combat conditions.

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