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Published on Oct 20, 2008
The Kamov Ka-25 (NATO reporting name Hormone) is a Russian naval helicopter, designed by Nikolai Il'yich Kamov or V.A. Glushenkov.
Ka-25 first flew in 1961. It was produced by the Kamov company. The design of the Ka-25 featured the characteristic coaxial rotor design of Kamov-designed military helicopters. Western equivalents to the "A" model include the SH-2 Seasprite, the Westland Wasp and the Westland Lynx in the light weight anti-submarine role. In this role, it was replaced by the Kamov Ka-27 Helix. Around 140 of the Ka-25 were constructed from 1966 to 1973.