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]
🎥 Archival footage is a time-traveling treasure trove! It unlocks the past, preserving captivating moments, places, and events for eternity. 🌍 From newsreels to home movies, documentaries to government films, it’s an immersive portal into
Russian stock footage both royalty-free and rights-managed by tvdata.tv
It’s important to note that some stock footage may require attribution or licensing, depending on the provider and the intended use of the footage. It’s always best to review the terms and conditions of the provider before using any footage.