In the Rostov region, the crews of Night Hunters learned to overcome the enemy's air defence
The crews of the Mi-28N Night Hunter attack helicopters of the Southern Military District airbase performed flight missions at extremely low altitudes at the air range in the Rostov Region.
Pilots of the 1st and 2nd class were allowed to perform training flights with a total flight time of about 500 hours, up to 10 Mi-28N Night Hunter attack helicopters were involved.
The helicopter pilots improved their skills in piloting combat vehicles in the altitude range from 5 to 500 meters above the ground in difficult meteorological conditions, including at night.
During training flights at extremely low altitudes, military pilots practiced actions to covertly move and bypass air defense (air defence) means of a mock enemy, taking into account the peculiarities of the terrain.
Pilots met standards for detection and identifying various objects, moving and static ground targets, armored vehicles, helicopters, and low-flying low-speed mock enemy aircraft.