Mi-9 HIP-G  -  s/n 93+92  -  c/n 340006  -  Luftwaffe  -  Luftwaffenmuseum Berlin-Gatow, Oct 2001

The HIP-G is believed to be the airborne command post and radio relay platform replacing the older HIP-D.
It can be identified by obscured cabin windows, ventral strakes, and 'hockey stick' antennas under the fuselage and tailboom.
This particular machine was originally commissioned with NVA LSK/LV KHG-5 marked as '411' in December 1983.