The Korean War was the first war which saw a large deployment of helicopters, however it was the Vietnam War that inspired the Soviets to use helicopters beyond transportation roles. Thanks to that lesson, the Soviets designed the iconic helicopter Mi-24 Hind. Although it was overestimated by the west to have advanced anti-tank capabilities, it was the deadliest weapon used in Afghanistan and was nicked named the "devil's chariot". To replace Mi-24 and counter the AH-64A, the Soviets started a program for a dedicated attack helicopter out of which the Mi-28 and Ka-50 were born. Currently both models are being produced in low volume and is not expected to be fielded in large numbers unless exported. However the large number of Mi-24s in service will be modernized to the Mi-35 standard with brand new systems from Mi-28. Kamov is famous for its Ka-50, the only single seat attack helicopter in the world equipped with Shkval targeting system and Vikhr missiles, but Kamov is also Russia's biggest supplier of naval helicopters with Ka-25/27 and Ka-31 and derivatives.