KASKR-1 “Red Engineer” and KASKR-2 ( abbreviated KASKR - Kamov -Skrzhinsky) are Soviet gyroplanes developed by N. I. Kamov and N. K. Skrzhinsky . KASKR-1 appeared in the autumn of 1929 , and KASKR-2 was a modified and restored model of 1930 .
|Chief Designer||N.I. Kamov , |
|First flight||September 25, 1929|
|End of operation||1931 year|
|Status||not in operation|
Externally, KASKR-1 had similarities with the Cierva C.8L Mk.III gyroplane  , had the fuselage of a U-1 aircraft with a tail, and an M-2 engine of 120 liters. with.
KASKR-2 had an engine with an increase to 225 liters. with. power.
Further development of the theme of gyroplanes in the USSR was embodied in the TsAGI 2-EA and TsAGI A-4 models.
- A-7 (gyroplane)
- Cierva C.8 was developed by Cierva Autogiro Co. , made the first flight in 1927  . It was also built at the AVRoe and Co Ltd , Hamble factory called Avro 617. See also the Wikipedia article Avro 616 Avian IVA with a 120-liter engine. with.