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Saturday, April 04, 2015

Updated Ka-27 Helicopter to Join Russian Navy in 2015

A batch of Kamov Ka-27 ship-based antisubmarine warfare helicopters will be repaired and upgraded by the Russian Helicopters Holding Company, with the first updated units slated to enter service already before the end of this year, the company press service said Thursday.

"The pilot helicopter, equipped with modern target detection and identification gear, has successfully undergone state trials. It is capable of detecting and tracking submerged and surface targets, engaging them with onboard weapons or communicating the obtained data to the fleet.

The upgrade of the Ka-27 aircraft will continue through 2016-2017,” the statement said.

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