The Devil’s Chariot It sounds like the vehicle that transports Satan himself, but it is really a helicopter that with its explosive power can take the Earth to hell itself. a gun of Russia in hands of Ukraine and that it is being used against Russian soldiers.
More than 150 days have passed since the Russo-Ukrainian conflict began and the exchange of bullets and bombs continues, with the Russians trying to control territory in Ukraine and the Ukrainians defending their towns.
Now the Ukrainian troops are using a Mi-35 model attack helicopter, curiously made in Russia, but used by Ukraine. Is called the Devil’s Carriage for its explosive power and it is also known as “flying tank”.
this aircraft You can fire missiles that have the power to destroy, for example, war tanks and armored vehicles.
Other features of the Devil’s Carriage
Although it was made in Russia, it was the Czech Republic that provided Ukraine with the helicopter, which has already been used in the war, according to the report of Cronista.com.
The Devil’s Carriage is ideal during inclement weather, operating at its best in all conditions. His weapons include Storm-type rocket launchers and he has two .23-caliber machine guns.
The helicopter has an armored cabin, short wings, a modern rotor system and its engine is of the turboshaft type, as well as modernized controls.
The total length of the Mi-35 is 21.6 meters, the wingspan is 6.5 m and the height is 6.5 m. Its takeoff weight in ferry configuration is 12,000 kg and it can carry a payload of up to 2,400 kilos.
Honza Beránek, a Czech television reporter, confirmed on Twitter that a Russian-made Mi-35 attack helicopter dating from 2004 and supplied by his countrywas first seen in action over Ukraine.
“Thanks to small details in the camouflage, I was able to confirm that it is the old CZAF #3362, manufactured in 2004 and completely overhauled very recently.”, he tweeted.
Verified: a Czech-supplied (and Russian-made) Mi-35 attack helicopter seen for the first time in action over #ukraine.
Thanks to tiny details in camo, I managed to confirm this as former CZAF #3362, made in 2004 and very recently completely overhauled. #OSINT@UAWeapons @DefMon3 https://t.co/K5JVggtHCD
— Honza Beránek (@JTBcz) July 24, 2022