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    Russian Helicopter Pilots Set New World Record

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    An exceptional display of skill by Russian private helicopter pilots.

    On June 6, 2015 Russian private helicopter pilots set a new world record for the largest helicopter formation flight. 25 civilian helicopter crews have managed to accomplish a feat the likes of which was only achieved before by trained military professionals.

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