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Security Solutions Technology The Ukrainian Mi-­‐8 MSB Helicopter A Singular Opportunity for La=n America I. Introduction to the Mi-­‐8 MSB II. III. IV. V.
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Performance Characteristic The TV3-­‐117-­‐VMA-­‐SBM-­‐1V-­‐4E Engine The Value Proposition – Costs and Maintenance Customization and Optional Configurations The Service Proposition Transnational Synergies, Logistics, and Collaboration VIII. New Dimension for the Inter-­‐American Defense Board 2 3 4 I. Introduc=on to the Mi-­‐8 MSB —  Ukrainian-­‐built and certified Helicopter —  Type Certificate issued 2011, Certified for Serial Production 2012 —  Most modern of the Mi-­‐8 (domestic)/Mi-­‐17(export) family —  11,000 produced in more than 40 versions from 1964-­‐2013 —  Built by Motor Sich and exported from Ukraine through Ukrespecexport National Military Sales Corporation —  Former Soviet designation helicopter to which Ukraine has complete sales and marketing rights —  Extremely Robust, Durable, and Capable helicopter —  NO need for any continuing reliance on Russian suppliers 5 II. High Al=tude/High Temperature Performance —  Altitude – Set World Altitude Record 15/08/2013 – 9150 meters; maximum altitude for Mi-­‐17 is 5000 meters —  MSB reached 5000 meters with one engine —  High Temperature Operations – can take off under full power at ambient temperature up to 55º Celsius, versus 25º Celsius for Mi-­‐17 —  Range -­‐ 650 Km (920 Km with auxiliary fuel tank) vs 580 Km. for Mi-­‐17 with TV3 engine; 480 Km for Mi-­‐8 with TV2 engine —  Fuel Consumption 500Kg/hour, 620Kg/hour for Mi-­‐17 —  4100 Kg. Cargo capacity/35 passengers 6 II. Superior Flight Performance —  No lag in throttle response, in contrast to Mi-­‐17. Pilots report that helicopter is more agile and feels and handles lighter than Mi-­‐17. —  Reaches full power from engine idle in 8 seconds, compared to 15 seconds for Mi-­‐17 —  Cold Engine Start is possible at up to 4600 meter altitude, compared to 1600 meters for Mi-­‐17. Critical ability for extended high altitude operations —  In Andean Region or in Mexico’s higher areas, an Mi-­‐8 MSB can carry greater payloads to higher altitudes than any other helicopter. —  Future enhancements to transmission will further increase altitude, cargo capacity, and operational flexibility 7 Certification of World-­‐Record Altitude 9150 Meters – August 15, 2013 8 World Record Flight 9 10 MSB Shut Down at 4200 Meters Altitude Dangerous/Impossible Restart for other Helicopters 11 12 13 III. The Mi-­‐8 MSB Advanced Engine (model TV3-­‐117-­‐VMA-­‐SBM-­‐1V-­‐4E) •  The TV3-­‐117 engine -­‐ 5 years R&D, Engineering and metallurgical breakthroughs •  Maximum 2800 horsepower, Flat rate 1500 horsepower in adverse conditions (extreme altitude, heat, smoke, etc.) •  Rigorous 3-­‐year test program by Ukraine – Certified New Aircraft •  Complies with all NATO Standards Ukraine has won contract to maintain NATO •  5000 hours TBO, compared to 1500-­‐2000 for Mi-­‐17 Engine •  Can be retrofitted to Mi-­‐17 helicopters as part of fleet management program 14 TV3-­‐117VMA-­‐SBM1V 4E 15 Mi-­‐8 MSB vs. Mi-­‐8 and Mi-­‐17 Characteristic Mi-­‐8T Mi-­‐17 Super Mi-­‐8MSB Engine Ignition Electric Electric Electric Maximum Speed 250km/hour 250km/hour 250km/hour Engines TV2-­‐117A (1973) 1700 hp TV3-­‐117MT (1977) 2200 hp TV3-­‐117-­‐VMA-­‐SBM-­‐1V (2011) 2800 hp Fuel Consumption 620 kg./hour 620kg./hour 500kg./hour Engine Start Altitude 1600 m 1600 m 4600 m Operational Ceiling 4500 m 5000 m 9150 m Operational Range 480km 580km 650km Maximum Payload 4000kg 4000kg 4100kg Time Between Overhaul 1200-­‐1500 hours 1500-­‐2000 hours 5000 hours National Origin Russia Russia Ukraine 16 IV. The Value Proposition —  Acquisition Cost: $12 Million US dollars, including Electronic Flight — 
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Instrument System (EFIS) – “ Glass Cockpit” $6 – 10 M (USD) less than Mi17 Countries with US FMS credits can use these funds for EFIS and other US-­‐
origin options Can deliver 30-­‐40 in about 12 months, versus 24-­‐36 months for Mi-­‐17s Total Life-­‐Cycle Cost of Ownership of Mi-­‐8 MSB is Far Lower: —  TBO of 5000 flight hours, versus 1500-­‐2000 hours for Mi17 —  Each major overhaul costs $2-­‐2.5 Million US dollars, thus, 5000 TBO reflects $6.125 million dollar savings per helicopter about every 8 years —  12% more fuel efficient than Mi17, 35% more fuel efficient than Mi-­‐8 —  Reduce life-­‐cycle costs by 50% through local maintenance facilities Sales contract made under US law, significant legal protections and advantages over Russian acquisition Financing arranged through Ukrainian and other banks 17 IV. The Value Proposition Continued Upgrading and Maintenance of Existing Mi-­‐8/Mi-­‐17 —  Many Latin American Countries operate Mi-­‐8 or Mi-­‐17 helicopters. —  We offer single source and single point of contact for all your Mi-­‐8/Mi-­‐17 needs, including existing fleet. —  We will refurbish your older helicopters or accept them as trade-­‐ins for new Mi-­‐8 MSBs provided they are cost-­‐effective candidates for rebuilding —  We are willing to retrofit new engines to your existing fleet and raise it to the Mi-­‐8 MSB standard and to take over maintenance and repair of all Mi-­‐8/Mi-­‐17 —  Ukraine has won the contract to maintain all NATO Mi-­‐8s/17s —  No Ukrainian-­‐maintained Mi-­‐8/17 leased to UN for peacekeeping or logistic support has ever been lost. 18 IV. The Value Proposition Training, Parts, Maintenance, and Warranty Each helicopter includes: —  Transi=on training for up to 3 rotary-­‐wing cer=fied mechanics (60 hours) —  Transi=on training for up to 3 heavy-­‐liU cer=fied helicopter pilots (90 hours) —  Full suite of spare parts and tools —  Performance and maintenance intervals uncondi=onally guaranteed by factory —  Outsourced maintenance program and personnel available on separate basis (In-­‐country/Regional maintenance depot) — Absolute and uncondi=onal factory guarantee of the complete helicopter for the first 200 hours of flight =me — Absolute and uncondi=onal guarantee of 5000 hours between overhaul — An=cipated life expectancy of fuselage and air frame 15000 hours (inspec=on every 1500-­‐2000 hours); transmission – 7500 hours (inspec=on every 1500 hours); main rotors – 2000 hours; tail rotor -­‐ 1500 hours. 19 EFIS “Glass Cockpit” in Mi-­‐8 MSB 20 IV. Optional Configurations —  The Mi-­‐8 MSB can be customized to perform a wide variety of — 
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Missions, and can be easily reconfigured Attack and Combat Support Operations Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Search and Rescue Medical and Casualty Evacuation Firefighting Configuration VIP Transport 21 Significant Combat Capability The Mi-­‐8 MSB can perform attack and combat support operations with only modest adjustments from its transport capability. Will require government regulatory approval. A typical low-­‐cost but effective package would be as follows: —  Sub wings for weapons carriage and four weapons pylons —  4 UV-­‐16-­‐57 Rocket Pods (55mm S-­‐5 rockets) —  Advanced Ukrainian Computer-­‐controlled laser targeting system for unguided munitions. Requires Night Vision Package —  Gun mounts for 7.62 mm PK machine guns – forward firing, pilot controlled, and/or door mounted, and/or window mounted —  Chaff Dispenser and Active IR Jammer —  Cockpit Armor Plating —  Extra conformal fuel tanks —  Vibration Dampening —  MX-­‐12 Skyball ISR Turret from L-­‐3 or similar 22 Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Configuration (ISR) For ISR the Mi-­‐8 MSB can be equipped with: —  ISR turret (MX-­‐15, MX-­‐20) which include visible light, Forward Looking Infra-­‐Red (FLIR), and Laser sensors/
emitters — Will require Government Regulatory Authorization —  Communications package for relevant Mission priced separately —  1 auxiliary fuel tank —  Package cost $900,000 — Night Vision Package – $50,000 23 Search and Rescue Configuration For Search and Rescue the Mi-­‐8 MSB is fitted with: —  Electric Hoist with Static Electricity discharge —  2 High-­‐power Search Lights —  Rescue equipment optimized for terrain, weather conditions, and special risks etc. —  Up to 10 stretchers —  Complete Package Price : $250,000 — Night Vision Package – about $50,000 24 Medical/Casualty Evacuation —  We can furnish the Mi-­‐8 MSB with a full suite of medical equipment as determined by flight surgeons as follows: —  In-­‐flight care equipment: Ventilators, ECGs and monitoring equipment, CPR equipment, burn kits and complex trauma kits, medications, and medical supplies —  Up to 20 stretchers (ideal intensive care configuration is 7) —  Package price: $275,000 25 Fire-­‐Fighting Configuration Mi-­‐8 MSB is outstanding fire-­‐
fighting tool and would typically be fitted as follows: —  External Sling —  Bambi Max, Torrentula or PowerFill Bucket -­‐ up to 4 tons of water —  Marine Recovery Device (MRD) —  Package Cost: $260,000 26 VIP Transport Configuration VIP Transport Configuration is highly personalized and final product will be meticulously tailored to customer preferences. Illustrative elements to be included are the following: —  Basotect UL acoustic insulation —  Multimedia information /entertainment system —  Inmarsat/Gogo airborne Internet —  Galley/SkyChef station —  Luxury seating with extra safety features —  Bullet-­‐proof plating for selected areas —  Electronic Countermeasures —  Package cost of $300,000-­‐$900,000 —  Night Vision – about $50,000 27 VI. The Service Proposition Regional Maintenance and Overhaul Center —  We anticipate a regional maintenance /refurbishment depot capable — 
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of major overhaul of the airframe and rebuilding of the engines in Latin America. Will substantially lower maintenance time requirements and costs, while greatly increasing control and visibility of helicopter maintenance operations Russians will not do anything to keep Mi 17s flying, we stand behind Mi-­‐8 MSBs and will be on site to insure customer satisfaction Justification for building such a center, on a Joint Venture or other basis, depends on demand and number of aircraft in region. Will result in technology transfer and significant development and economic benefits / jobs in your country Significant commercial/export opportunity for host country Exact location to be determined by consensus and mutual agreement 28 VI. The Service Proposition Ancillary Services We will provide the following additional services: —  Project management for the entire Mi-­‐8 MSB acquisition project to include logistics, safety, maintenance, & training —  Management of the process of upgrading or swapping out older aircraft, either by taking them ourselves, selling them on to third parties, or modernizing them into essentially new Mi8 MSBs. —  Coordination of the regulatory requirements and policy preferences of the US and Ukrainian governments —  Compliance with ITAR export requirements —  Compliance with and protection of your rights under US law 29 VII. Transna=onal Synergies, Logis=cs, and Collabora=on —  Coordinated regional acquisition, maintenance, and logistics will reduce costs and increase the interoperability of Latin American rotary wing assets —  Will promote regional military integration and cooperation among willing partners and allies —  Would permit pooled acquisition and integrated use of assets for certain missions, such as fire-­‐fighting, medical evacuation, etc. —  Integrated standardization will vastly improve the speed and effectiveness of disaster relief, peace keeping, humanitarian assistance, and other joint international missions. 30 VIII. La=n America Takes Wing – A New Dimension for the Inter-­‐American Defense Board —  A coordinated Mi-­‐8 MSB program offers scope for Latin American countries to develop greater coherence and integration in defense policy with a view to purely Latin American needs. —  This reflects, and will in turn strengthen, regional independence and confidence —  The IADB has a key role to play so that Latin American Nations, individually and collectively, will have a higher profile and greater international influence on the global stage. 31 Contact —  Security Solutions Technology —  Charles Floyd, Tel. + 1 (301) 273 5620 —  cfloyd@securitysolutionstechnology.com —  Security Solutions Technology: —  Manfred Schweitzer, Tel + 1 (202) 375 0638 —  mschweitzer@bellsouth,net 32 
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