But it is a rather sad story behind the Hungarian P Hinds...
The P version was originally only used in East Germany (DDR), but even though these helicopters were only a few years old, they had a seriously lacking airworthiness documentation and needed a total overhaul. The unified Germany didn't want to do this, so in 1995, six P's were offered to Hungary for free. They were transported to Hungary on trains in dismantled form.
Hungary started an enthusiastic project for getting them in flying shape, but just as Germany had realized earlier, this turned out to be a monumental and nearly impossible task. So the project was abandoned and the six helicopters were left to rot under the bare sky for nearly 10 years, until they were literally falling apart.
Then in 2004, two Hind P's were fixed by cannibalizing parts from the other four and then in 2018, in a sudden spur of decision, all six P's were rebuilt, nearly from scratch and put back into operation, in their brand new dark-gray NATO livery.
1. October at 11:09:54