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U.S. Army stops accepting AH-64E Apache attack helicopters over issue with nut
While Boeing has been working on redesigning the nut since last year, the service decided to stop taking in new AH-64E attack helicopters until the company can field a new nut As reported by Defense News, the U.S. Army has halt the delivery of AH-64E attack helicopters from Boeing since February because a strap pack nut on the main rotor...
First U.S. Army pilot flies V-280 Valor
During his V-280 flight, Chief Warrant Officer 3, Tom Wiggins performed Hover In Ground Effect repositioning, pattern flight and roll-on landings Chief Warrant Officer 3, Tom Wiggins, of the U.S. Army Special Operations Aviation Command made history on Feb. 7, 2018 by becoming the first person in his service to fly the Bell V-280 Valor. The flight took place at the Bell...
Indian Army to buy six AH-64Es
Indian Army sources explained that the AH-64E Apache Guardians, which are expected to be delivered by 2020, will increase the service ability to conduct combat operations in the border areas India’s Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) has approved the purchase of six Boeing AH-64E Apache Guardian attack helicopters for the Army. According to Financial Express, along with the six AH-64Es will come...
Today, the U.S. Army's attack helicopter fleet consists of a mixture of AH-64D and AH-64E model aircraft Taken on May 6, 2017 the super cool picture in this post features a U.S. Army AH-64D Apache Longbow, assigned to the South Carolina National Guard, flying in front of a wall of fire during the South Carolina National Guard Air and Ground...

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