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            Boeing

            AH-64 Apache helicopter

            AH-64 Apache

            The AH-64 Apache is the most advanced multi-role combat helicopter for the U.S. Army and a growing number of international defense forces.

            An Advanced Multi-role Helicopter

            The AH-64 Apache is the world’s most advanced multi-role combat helicopter and is used by the U.S. Army and a growing number of international defense forces. Boeing has delivered more than 2,200 Apaches to customers around the world since the aircraft entered production. The U.S. Army Apache fleet has accumulated (as of July 2016) more than 4.2 million flight hours since the first AH-64A was delivered to the U.S. Army in January 1984.

            AH-64 Apache Milestones

            Support

            Optimizing readiness of the Apache fleet around the globe is one of Boeing’s many missions. From performance-based logistics contracting and integrated fleet support to vertical lift maintenance, modifications and repairs, Boeing provides a broad spectrum of innovative products and services which directly support and enhance capabilities while reducing total cost of ownership. These award-winning services range from transactional spares to complete lifecycle support solutions that are uniquely tailored to the requirements of each AH-64 customer.

            AH-64E Apache Technical Specifications

            Length Maximum Level Flight Speed
            Height 15.24 ft (4.64 m)
            Wing Span 17.15 ft (5.227 m)
            Primary Mission Gross Weight 15,075 lb (6,838 kg)
            Vertical Rate of Climb More than 2,000 ft per minute
            Maximum Rate of Climb More than 2,800 ft per minute
            Maximum Level Flight Speed More than 150 knots (279 kilometers per hour)

            Videos

            Feature Stories

            One Apache Pilot +10,000 Flight Hours = A Lifetime of Service

            One Apache Pilot +10,000 Flight Hours = A Lifetime of Service

            January 25, 2016 in Defense

            Utah National Guard Apache Pilot CW5 Ken Jones has served his country for decades and, now, is in a class by himself as an AH-64 Apache Pilot. As an instructor and a warrior he has achieved a master level.

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            U.S. and Japanese Apaches score direct hit

            U.S. and Japanese Apaches score direct hit

            October 2, 2013 in Defense

            For the first time ever, U.S. and Japanese Apache helicopters teamed up to launch Hellfire missiles during a live-fire test, and the result was perfection.

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            Apache helicopters roar ahead

            Apache helicopters roar ahead

            June 3, 2013 in Defense

            Boeing teammates who build the Apache offer insight into what it means to them and to those whose lives depend on it.

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            The New Apache:  A Soldier's Guardian

            The New Apache: A Soldier's Guardian

            April 3, 2013 in Innovation, Defense

            Boeing adds control of unmanned aircraft to the Apache helicopter's impressive capabilities.

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            AH-64 Apache Customers

            Boeing delivered the first U.S. Army Apache AH-64A in January 1984. Since then, the U.S. Army and other nations have received more than 2,200 AH-64 Apache attack helicopters. Boeing’s global customers for the Apache include Egypt, Greece, India, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Korea, Kuwait, the Netherlands, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom.

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              Egypt

            • Greece flag

              Greece

            • India flag

              India

            • Indonesia flag

              Indonesia

            • Israel flag

              Israel

            • Japan flag

              Japan

            • Korea flag

              Korea

            • Kuwait flag

              Kuwait

            • Netherlands flag

              Netherlands

            • Qatar flag

              Qatar

            • Saudi Arabia flag

              Saudi Arabia

            • Singapore flag

              Singapore

            • United Arab Emirates flag

              United Arab Emirates

            • United Kingdom flag

              United Kingdom

            • United States flag

              United States

            AH-64 Apache Quick Facts

            Boeing produced 937 AH-64A Apaches between 1984 and 1997. Some remain in service today, and have:

            • Two high-performance turboshaft engines and maximum cruise speed of 284 kph
            • Laser, infrared, and other systems (including target acquisition designation sight/pilot night vision sensor) to locate, track, and attack targets
            • A combination of laser-guided precision Hellfire missiles, 70mm rockets, and a 30mm automatic cannon with up to 1,200 high-explosive, dual-purpose ammunition rounds

            Boeing’s AH-64D Apache and the AH-64D Apache Longbow have numerous enhancements, including:

            • Longer-range weapons accuracy and all-weather/night fighting
            • Detection of objects (moving or stationary) without being detected
            • Classification and threat-prioritization of up to 128 targets in less than a minute
            • Integrated sensors, networking, and digital communications for situational awareness, management of the combat arena in real time, and digital transmission of images and target locations to joint operations battlefield commanders
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