The Kamov Ka-52 Alligator, Formerly Known as the Ka-50 Black Shark and Designated Hokum by NATO

Meticulously Engineered to Excel in Combat Operations

Boasting Cutting-Edge Weaponry, State-of-the-Art Avionics, and Unyielding Survivability Features

It Presents a Formidable and Dependable Platform for Missions Requiring Pinpoint Accuracy, Efficient Target Engagement, and Unparalleled Situational Awareness

This Twin-Seat Attack Helicopter Embraces the Unmistakable Coaxial Rotor System of the Renowned Kamov Design Bureau

Embraced by the Russian Army since 1995, it Embodies a Heavily Armed Scout Helicopter

And Distinguishes Itself with an Uncommon and Exclusive Rescue Ejection System, a Rarity Amongst its Helicopter Counterparts

It has specially designed coaxial rotor system, which provides unparalleled stability and agility during flight

It is propelled by powerful VK-2500 engines

This formidable attack helicopter boasts an extensive arsenal, including advanced guided missiles, rockets, and a 30mm automatic cannon

Designed to engage multiple targets simultaneously and decisively neutralize threats such as ships, armoured vehicles, and enemy fortifications on the battlefield

In addition to its unparalleled offensive capabilities, the Ka-52 incorporates cutting-edge avionics and sensor systems