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The Ka-52 is assembled in the helicopter factory at Arsenyev, Primorsky Krai.The first batch of 3 Ka-52 attack helicopters was delivered to Egypt in July 2017, with a second batch of another 3 helicopters being delivered in August. Egypt's helicopter is a modified version of the basic Ka-52 Alligator that serves in the Russian Air Force.
The attack helicopter was first described publicly as the "Ka-50" in March 1992 at a symposium in the United Kingdom.
This resulted in a mere dozen Ka-50s delivered, instead of the planned several hundred to replace the Mil Mi-24.
The "windows" evidently worked, as the first western reports of the aircraft were wildly inaccurate, to the point of some analysts even concluding that its primary mission was as an air superiority aircraft for hunting and killing NATO attack helicopters.
The fourth operationally configured helicopter was taken on strength by the Russian Air Force on 10 February 2011.
Under the current State Defense Procurement Plan, Russian Armed Forces will receive 30 helicopters by 2012. Dmitry Petrov, general director of the holding company Russian Helicopters, stated that the manufacturer had signed a major contract with the Ministry of Defense.