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Nemeth Designs - Mil Mi-24V for FSX

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The Mi-24 (NATO designation Hind) is one of the most widely-known assault helicopter gunships in the world, and remains in service with at least 50 air arms.


The Mi-24 was developed from the Mi-8 multirole transport helicopter and was first flown in V-24 prototype form in 1969. The definitive initial production variant was the Mi-24D Hind-D. This introduced heavily-armored, stepped cockpits ant an under nose gun turret. This gunship has a crew of three and can carry up to 8 fully-equipped troops.


The Mi-24V type, (NATO code HIND-E), is the advanced version that came from the Mi-24D type. The major change is in the use of a STURM-V device, which is the modern and more efficient navigation system, and the use of 9M 114 (AT-6 SPIRAL) anti-tank guided missiles, which are fired from two cylinder containers mounted at each wing tips. It's capable of 310km/h in high-speed cruise, 750 km maximum flight distance and 12,500 kg maximum takeoff weight.

This addon represents the "Mi-24V Hind F" variant.



  • Two variants with 2-2 repaints for each.
  • Detailed exterior and interior models
  • Custom dirt and rain windshield effects
  • Hundreds of custom animations on the exterior and interior models
  • Night cockpit lighting
  • Fully clickable dynamic virtual cockpit
  • 3D animated instruments
  • Based on original blueprints, documentations
  • PDF manual

This addon requires Acceleration Expansion Pack for FSX pre-installed to run properly.


You can but the add-on for $35.49 from Nemeth Designs at the link below. 





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Reminds me of the modded EECH.


Hopefully we'll get one for DCS not too far in the future.

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Dave, your Mi-24 history is not 100% correct.


First came the Mi-24A, this was the one with the big glashouse cockpit. A Mi-24B version was built in very small numbers. It was a trainer version of the A.

In kyrillic alphabet after A and B comes W.

The Mi-24W was developed as next version. But delays with the development of the missile system forced the Mil construction buro to build a version in Mi-24W shape, but with Mi-24A missile system. This version was called Mi-24D.

So the Mi-24D was the next production series, while the mi-24W came later to the frontline units.

After the Mi-24W came the Mi-24P, p = pushka = gun with 30mm non movable gun.

The Mi-35M with movable 23mm gun turret is the last and highest developed version of the Hind.

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It isn't my history, that is directly from their website.

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I think you're misreading what they said.


The D was the "definitive" initial variant, which means it was the first version to be produced and used in large numbers. Many of the previous ones went into production, but they were made in insignificant numbers.

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