Antisubmarine helicopter

MI-14 is a "sea" variant of the same MI-8. It is so-called "amphibian" which is able to take off and land on usual land airdrome and on water surface or on decks of ships. There are two variants, which are keeping in museum – anti-submarine MI-14PL and helicopter- minesweeper MI-14T. The first modification is appropriated to destruction of submarines. It's equipped with special searching facility and requisites - special antisubmarine torpedoes and antisubmarine bombs. The specialization of the second variant of the helicopter – the cleansing of the fairways and sea coasts from the sea mines of all kinds.

The first flight: 1 August 1967 year.
Crew: 4 persons.
Engines: TV-3-117M, 2 x 1950 h.p.
The length of fuselage: 18.376 m
The diameter of the main rotor: 21.3 m
Takeoff weight (normal): 13.400kg
Cargo: 2.000 kg
Maximum speed: 230 km/h
Dynamic flow: 4.000 m
Flight range: 800 m
Equipment: anti-submarine torpedoes, antisubmarine bombs, searching buoys.
Routine fabrication: 1973-1986. Produced in general: 273 MI-14 of all the models.