2006 Vladikavkaz Mi-8 crash
A Russian Mil-Mi-8 similar to the aircraft involved in the incident.
|Date||11 September 2006|
|Summary||Disputed (claimed shot down and suspected bad weather)|
|Site||Near Vladikavkaz, North Ossetia–Alania, Russia|
|Aircraft type||Mil Mi-8|
|Operator||Russian Ground Forces|
The 2006 Russian military Mil Mi-8 crash near Vladikavkaz killed 12 Russian military men, mostly high-ranking officers, among them Lieutenant-General Pavel Yaroslavtsev, deputy chief for army logistics, Lieutenant-General Viktor Guliaev, deputy chief of army medical units, and Major-General Vladimir Sorokin.
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