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Discover the Epic Story of ‘Homer’: Rare Footage of the Soviet Mi-12 Heavy Transport Helicopter

The Mi-12, also known as V-12 in the USSR, was a marvel of Soviet engineering, shrouded in secrecy and designed to surpass any previous helicopter’s lifting capacity. With its fixed wings and two Mi-6 rotors mounted at the ends of outrigger wings, the Mi-12 was one of the largest and most powerful helicopters ever built, capable of carrying up to 120 passengers. Powered by four Soloviev D-25VF turboshaft engines, the helicopter had a unique eight-blade rotor and was nicknamed “Homer” by NATO. Despite its impressive capabilities, only three prototypes were built, and the helicopter never entered production. Today, historical footage of the Mi-12 remains a valuable window into Soviet aviation and engineering history. At our website, we offer rare and exclusive footage of the Mi-12 and other significant moments in aviation history for purchase. [email protected]


Capturing the Spirit of Moscow’s Aviation Golden Age: A Rare Glimpse of Sheremetyevo Airport’s ‘Москва’ Sign in the 1990s

This stock video captures a unique moment in Moscow’s transportation history, featuring the iconic red “Москва” sign at Sheremetyevo Airport in the 1990s. The sign, illuminated in bright red lights, provides a stunning visual contrast against the dark night sky, making it one of the most recognizable landmarks of the city. The video also showcases the bustling activity of the airport, capturing planes taking off and landing in the background. Filmmakers looking to add historical context and a sense of place to their projects will find this footage invaluable. It’s perfect for use in documentaries, travel videos, and other visual projects

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