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Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, visited the National Center for Helicopter Engineering named after M.L. Mil and N.I. Kamov (NCV Mil and Kamov JSC), where he took part in a working meeting and examined the experimental design base of the Center.
Also, Admiral Nikolay Evmenov got acquainted in detail with the work of the Center on the line of sea-based helicopters, including the Ka52K helicopters, and with the development of promising multifunctional helicopters for the Navy.
“Close interaction of the specialized bodies of the military command of the Main Command of the Russian Navy with the National Center for Helicopter Engineering named after M.L. Mil and N.I. Kamov will continue. Together, we understand that we must keep pace with scientific and technological progress in the field of helicopter construction for the Navy, ”said Admiral Nikolai Evmenov.
National Center for Helicopter Engineering named after M.L. Mil and N.I. Kamov (JSC NCV Mil and Kamov) was established in 2019 on the basis of JSC Moscow Helicopter Plant named after V.I. M.L. Mile “and JSC” Kamov “. The enterprise has combined two unique engineering schools of the Russian helicopter industry – the Mil school and the Kamov school.
Today, JSC NCV Mil and Kamov includes two experimental design bureaus – OKB Mil and OKB Kamov, pilot production, as well as an experimental research (bench) complex and a flight test center. The enterprise conducts scientific research, designs, builds and tests prototypes of helicopters, introduces them into serial production, modernizes, accompanies the production and operation of military and civilian helicopters “Mi” and “Ka”.
Kamov’s line of helicopters is the sea-based Ka-27, Ka-29 and Ka-31, the reconnaissance and strike Ka-52 Alligator and its deck modification Ka-52K, the medium multipurpose Ka-32A11BC, the light multipurpose Ka-226T, as well as the latest medium multi-purpose Ka-62, created according to a single-rotor scheme with a tail rotor in an annular tunnel (“fenestron”).
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