|Land||Soviet Union / Russia|
|Type||Anti-submarine / Multi-purpose shipboard helicopter|
|Første flytur||26 April 1963|
Bildegalleri av en Ka-25PL Hormon, The Kamov Ka-25 (NATO reporting name ‘Hormone’) was a naval helicopter, developed for the Soviet Navy in the USSR from 1958.
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|Lokalisering||Central Museum of Armed Forces, Moscow|
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The Ka-25PL Hormone-A was a naval helicopter designed for anti-submarine warfare (ASW) missions. It was developed by Kamov in the Soviet Union and entered service with the Soviet Navy in 1968. The Ka-25PL Hormone-A was equipped with a radar, a sonar and a magnetic anomaly detector to locate and track enemy submarines. It could also carry torpedoes, depth charges or nuclear weapons in an internal bay. The Ka-25PL Hormone-A had a distinctive coaxial rotor system that eliminated the need for a tail rotor and reduced the overall size of the helicopter. The Ka-25PL Hormone-A was one of the first Soviet helicopters specifically developed for combat operations and could operate from ships or shore bases in all weather conditions.
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