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The fifth prototype gave the Ka-50 a particularly enduring designation.
In November 1993, four production helicopters were flown to the Army Aviation Combat Training Centre at Torzhok to begin field trials.
During the late 1990s, Kamov and Israel Aerospace Industries developed a tandem-seat cockpit version, the Kamov Ka-50-2 "Erdogan", to compete in Turkey's attack helicopter competition.
Kamov also designed another two-seat variant, the Kamov Ka-52 "Alligator" (Russian Like other Kamov helicopters, it features Kamov's characteristic contra-rotating co-axial rotor system, which removes the need for the entire tail rotor assembly and improves the aircraft's aerobatic qualities—it can perform loops, rolls and "the funnel" (circle-strafing), where the aircraft maintains a line-of-sight to the target while flying circles of varying altitude, elevation and airspeed around it.
It is currently manufactured by the Progress company in Arsenyev.
It is being used as a heavily armed scout helicopter.
The president of the Russian Federation authorized the fielding of the Ka-50 with the Russian Army on 28 August 1995.
The modified "Black Shark" required a second crew member to operate the optronics/radar reconnaissance suite.
Many versions were tried; on some the original "Shkval" was supplemented by a thermal imaging system, while others saw a complete replacement by the "Samshit" day-and-night system (also used on Ka-52).
Some of the imagers included in the trials were manufactured by the French SAGEM and Thomson companies.
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.
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Kamov was forced to consider foreign analogues as a temporary replacement for domestic imaging systems because of their slow development.