Ka-25 - antisubmarine and rescue helicopter
This walkaround introduces the antisubmarine and rescue helicopter Kamov Ka-25 designed in late 1950s on request of the Soviet Navy, which was seeking for more powerful replacement of Ka-15. The new type was supposed to be able to operate more independently from the carrier due to much better equipment and considerably higher performance than its predecessor had. There were several variants finished starting with antisubmarine up to the rescue or target designation. Less than five hundreds helicopters were operated by the Soviet Navy, Yugoslavia, Syria, Vietnam and India.
Front fuselage and port side details and details of triple fin.
Engine nacelle, main rotor heads details and left engine detail.
Search radar radome, front undercarriage and main undercarriage leg.