Boeing-made AH-64E Apache For India Is A Big Mean Machine. Find Out How

American multinational corporation Boeing and Indian Air Force have joined hands together to modernize the Indian Air Force’s helicopter fleet. The aerospace major company has brought the AH-64E Apache and CH-47F(I) Chinook choppers to the country with the motive to strengthen the Indian armed forces capabilities. With their first flight completed successfully in India, these helicopters will prove to be huge milestones for the IAF.

The world’s most advanced multi-role combat helicopter, AH-64 Apache, is currently used by the US Army and various other potential international defense forces. Apparently, American defense major Boeing has delivered more than 2,100 Apaches to countries around the world.

Incidentally, since 1984 when the first AH-64A Apache was delivered to the US Army, Apache fleet has assembled more than 3.9 million flight hours in the western army. One of the major missions of Boeing has been optimizing the readiness of the Apache fleet around the globe. Read  More

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