Mi-24A Hind   Mi-24D   Mi-24P   Mi-24V   Mi-24VP   Mi-24K    
Gameicon WEE Gameicon WAB Gameicon WRD
Nation Flag Soviet Union Soviet Union
Class Anti-Aircraft Helicopter
Cost 100 Supply
Armor Front 1 / Side 1 / Rear 0 / Top 0
Icon WALB Strength 10
Size Big


Speed 330 km/h
Icon WALB Stealth Poor
Fuel Capacity 1200 L
Icon WALB Autonomy 450 km
Icon WALB Year 1989
Icon WALB Type Airborne, Motorized, Support
Gatling Gun Yak-B (12.7mm)
Rocket Pod S-5M (57mm)
SAN Igla (Infrared)

The Mil Mi-24 "Hind" is a Soviet attack and transport helicopter. Mi-24V is the most widely produced version of the infamous attack helicopter, with the first one being revealed in 1976. The Hind-E Keeps the 12.7mm YakB, but replacing the obsolete Fleyta ATGM with the more modern and hard hitting, 9M114 Kokon.

In Wargame: Red Dragon, the Mi-24V was repurposed into an anti-aircraft gunship helicopter, equipped with eight Igla infrared missiles. The attack helicopter role was filled by the Mi-24P, Mi-24VP, Mi-28, and the Ka-50 Akula.

Overview and tacticsEdit

  • Decently priced and with a high availability, the Mi-24 Hind-E is not to be blown off. The Kokon sports an above-average accuracy of 11, a rare range of 2800, and an average AP of 20. The helicopter itself comes with a strength of 10 and 1 front and side armour, making it much more durable then any NATO Attack Helicopter.
  • With the 12.7mm YakB under the nose of the aircraft, it brings some long-range protection from Helicopters, along with a high RoF, ensuring it will win most Heli-Battles.


In the middle of the 1960s, while the western countries were looking the helicopter mainly as a transport and rescue machine, the Soviet Army look at them as the air counterpart of the battle tanks.

Heavy armed versions of the Mi-8 Hip were in service in those years when the Mil bureau start working in a new prototype called the A-10. This new helicopter, designed primary as an anti tank weapon began tests in 1970 and was seen for first time by NATO in East Germany in 1972. The A-10 soon reached a speed record of 368 km/h.

The first versions uses a standard helo cockpit with pilots side-by-side, but in 1975 would appear the Hind-D with the now traditional attack cockpit in a tandem configuration.

The most popular version, the Mi-24V Hind-E features improved 9M114 Kokon ATGM's, making it a worthwile opponent.

Weapons Edit

European Escalation Edit

Type MMG Rockets ATGM
Name YakB S-5 Kokon
Caliber 12.7mm 57mm 130mm
Ammo x 1400 x 64 x 8
Range Ground = N/A m
Helicopters = N/A m
Icon WALB Airplanes = N/A m
Ground = N/A m
Helicopters = N/A m
Icon WALB Airplanes = N/A m
Ground = N/A m
Helicopters = N/A m
Icon WALB Airplanes = N/A m
Accuracy 4 2 11
Icon WRD Stabilizer N/A N/A N/A
AP Power N/A N/A 20
HE Power 1 1 N/A
Icon WALB Suppression N/A N/A N/A
Rate of fire 736 r/min 137 r/min 30 r/min

Red Dragon Edit

Weapons WRD Icon Yak-B WRD Icon S-5M WRD Icon Igla
Type Gatling Gun Rocket Pod SAM
Name Yak-B S-5M Igla
Caliber 12.7mm 57mm Infrared
Ammo x 1500 x 64 x 8
Range Ground = 1225 m
Helicopters = 1225 m
Icon WALB Airplanes = N/A m
Ground = 2100 m
Helicopters = N/A m
Icon WALB Airplanes = N/A m
Ground = N/A m
Helicopters = 2450 m
Icon WALB Airplanes = 1600 m
Accuracy 20% 15% 55%
Icon WRD Stabilizer 10% 5% 55%
AP Power N/A N/A N/A
HE Power 1 1 4
Icon WALB Suppression 60 132 160
Rate of fire 1000 r/min 120 r/min 20 s r/min

See AlsoEdit

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