Military helicopter lands to ask for directions

A Kazakhstan Ministry of Defence Mi-8 helicopter was forced to land in the middle of a road during an intense snowstorm in order to ask a passing truck driver for directions.

According to the Kazakhstan Ministry of Defence, the helicopter had been completing a visual orientation exercise with trainee pilots. Despite the unexpected landing, the mission was deemed a ‘success’.

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