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Mi-1 HARE

The Mi-1 Hare entered series production in 1951. The Mi-1 remained in production until 1964. Poland built a version designated SM-1. The three-blade main rotor is mounted on a high hump on top of the fuselage midsection. The single radial piston engine is mounted beneath a hump on top of cabin. The fuselage, which is tadpole-shaped when viewed from bottom, features a rounded nose and rear sections with a stepped, glassed-in cockpit and a long, thin, tapered tail boom. The tail consists of a swept-back fin with a rotor on the right top. Small flats are equally tapered and mounted directly in front of the fin.

Specifications

Country of Origin Russia
Builder MIL
RoleUtility, liaison
Similar AircraftNone
Rotor diameter 47 ft (14.36 m)
Length 39 ft, 8 in (12.2 m)
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ArmamentUsually none
Crew One
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