Military/Army PHOTOVAULT® Image

Code Number:    MYAV03P12_03B.0358

Title: Mil Mi-10 Harke, Heavy Lift Russian Helicopter, VTOL, flying crane, CCCP-04102

Notes: The Mil Mi-10 (NATO name "Harke") was a Soviet military transport helicopter of s:"flying crane" configuration, developed in 1962 from the Mi-6. It entered service in 1963. It is also known as "Product 60" by Rostov-upon-Don helicopter facility.

Crew: Three
Capacity: Up to 15,000 kg (33,000 pounds) of cargo
Length: 32.86 meters (107 feet 9 inches)
Rotor diameter: 35.00 meters (114 feet 10 inches)
Height: 7.80 meters (25 feet 7 inches)
Disc area: 962 meters (10,350 feet )
Empty weight: 24,680 kg (54,296 pounds)
Loaded weight: 43,550 kg (95,810 pounds)
Max takeoff weight: 43,700 kg (96,140 pounds)
Powerplant: 2 Soloviev D-25V Turboshafts, 4,045 kW (5,422 shp) each

Maximum speed: 204 km/h (128 mph)
Range: 650 km (406 miles)
Service ceiling 3,000 meters (9,840 feet)
Rate of climb: meters/s (feet/min)
Disc loading: 45 kg/m (9 lb/feet )
Power/mass: 0.18 kW/kg (0.11 hp/pounds)

Buses, Bus, Travel, Mass Transit, Transportation, Vehicles, Military Helicopter, VTOL, Helo, Chopper, Rotary Wing, Whirlybird, Aviation, aircraft, Transportation, Transport, Rotorcraft, Rotarywing
Army, Military, Weapons, Armament, Weaponry, Security Forces, Armed Forces, artillery

Photographer: Les Clark


This image is available for licensing in any media. For Pricing, General Guidelines, and Delivery information click here.

Or you may call at:

(707) 775-2562

You can also licence this image on our automated site at