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    Now we are borrowing Russian helicopters to fight the Taliban

    Now we are borrowing Russian helicopters to fight the Taliban

    July 20th, 2009 in Breaking News

    Now we are borrowing Russian helicopters to fight the Taliban | Mail Online


    British frontline troops in Afghanistan are so short of helicopters and transport planes that they are being bailed out by the Russians.

    The Mail on Sunday has established that the Ministry of Defence is using civilian Russian-built Mi-8 and Mi-26 transport helicopters to ferry supplies and soldiers in Afghanistan. The pilots are freelance Russians and Ukrainians.

    Britain is also hiring massive commercial Russian Antonov aircraft to fly vehicles and heavy equipment from RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire to Afghanistan.


    Now we are borrowing Russian helicopters to fight the Taliban | Mail Online
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