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Yakovlev helicopters
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Of course, the Yak-24 (NATO "Horse") is pretty well known... But what about:
  • the Yak-M11FR-1 Shutka (lark) (aka Yak-EG or SH) experimental co-axial helicopter?
  • the large Yak-60 experimental tandem-rotor heavy-lift helicopter design?
  • the Yak-100 (Yak-22) single-engine transport helicopter copied from the Sikorsky S-51?
  • the Zhavoronok (lark) unmanned helicopter?
  • the Albatross tilt-rotor UAV project?
  • the huge, crazy-looking VVP-6 six-rotor combat support platform project?


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Thanks very much! Also here is an artist impression of the Albatross. I don't know the source except for my own site right now.

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Working model of the first Yak EG project, called 115 as Yak's factory number.

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More pics of the Yak-EG Shutka in tailless configuration, both in scale model and full-size form (last picture is a colorized variant of the one in Leela25's post):


-- Edited by Stargazer2006 on Wednesday 6th of October 2010 10:30:11 PM


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The Yak-EG Shutka with a twin-fin tail:


-- Edited by Stargazer2006 on Wednesday 6th of October 2010 10:29:24 PM


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More pictures of the Yak-22 (Yak-100). As I said earlier, it bore more than passing resemblance with the Sikorsky S-51, as seen in the last picture:



-- Edited by Stargazer2006 on Wednesday 6th of October 2010 10:37:45 PM

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Good jobStphane, thanks!

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And finally the Yak-24 (NATO "Horse"). As opposed to the Yak-22 just above, this was quite an original design!

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Two more profiles:

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For Albatros and many Russian VTOL projects,

please see;



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hesham wrote:

For Albatros and many Russian VTOL projects,


please see;



And that would be the source for that Albatross artist impression I posted earlier.
Thanks Hesham!



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Yak 24 T  ??          (airwar.ru/image/idop/ch/yak24)

yak 24 with T tail



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touratier wrote:
touratier wrote:

Yak 24 T  ??          (airwar.ru/image/idop/ch/yak24)

yak 24 with V tail


 


 



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More Yak-24







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Artist impressions of the Yak-32 Yak-60 found in "OKB Yakovlev" by Yefim Gordon and D. Komissarov & S. Komissarov:

(It was intended to have a capacity of 40 tonnes, and to transport three infantry fighting vehicles plus troops.)



-- Edited by Stingray on Wednesday 19th of September 2012 12:50:07 AM

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Yak-24 with a panoramic movie camera



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Yak-24P project



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More of the Yak-24P from Ucon:



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Hi,

here is a strange Yakovlev Project developed from Yak-24 as a super heavy lift helicopter,

it was V-38 ?.

 

Вертолёт Як-24. Авиаколлекция 2011-03



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