The Russian Mi-35 Attack Helicopter is manufactured by the Mil Helicopter Plant of Moscow, in Moscow, Russia. It entered service with the Soviet Union in late 1970, and over 2,500 have been produced.
The original model (NATO codename Hind-A), designed to carry eight combat troops, was later reconfigured to assume the role of attack helicopter (Hind-D).
Later versions, Mi-24P and Mi-35P export, are also armed with missile systems for anti-tank committed to moving armored targets, gun emplacements and slow moving air targets. All versions retain the ability to transport troops.
The Mi-24 is in service in Russia and the countries of the former Soviet Union and has been exported to Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola, Bulgaria, Cuba, Czech Republic, East Germany, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Libya, Mozambique, Nicaragua, North Korea, Peru, Poland, Vietnam and South Yemen. Ten helicopters Mi-35 were delivered by Russia to the Czech Republic in 2005/2006 as part of a debt