AH-64 (Family)

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Description

The AH-64 Apache is an attack helicopter developed originally for the United States Army by Hughes Helicopters during 1975–1984, intending to replace the AH-1 Cobra. With an operational life of more than 45 years, the most modern variants are still on active duty in many air forces and armies around the world.

Nicknames

AH-64 Nicknames
▃ Official  Apache · Apache Longbow(AH-64D) · Guardian(AH-64E)
 Official  Peten (פתן‎, Cobra)(AH-64A) · Saraph (שרף, venomous/fiery winged serpent)(AH-64D)
Afghanistan  Monster

Vehicles

Rank VI

Rank VII

Media

Videos


USA helicopters
Attack 
Choctaw  H-34
Cobra  AH-1F · AH-1G · AH-1Z
Apache  YAH-64 · AH-64A · AH-64A Peten · AH-64D
Utility 
Huey  UH-1B · UH-1C · UH-1C XM-30

Britain helicopters
Attack  AH Mk.1 Apache
Utility  Scout AH.Mk.1 · Wasp HAS.Mk.1 · Lynx AH.Mk.1 · G-LYNX

Japan helicopters
Utility  ▅UH-1B
Attack  AH-1S early · AH-1S · AH-1S Kisarazu
  AH-64DJP

Sweden helicopters
Attack 
Havoc  Mi-28A
Apache  AHS
Utility 
Alouette  HKP2
Huey  HKP3C
BO 105  HKP9A · HKP9A (FC)

Israel helicopters
Attack 
MD 500  MD500-TOW
Cobra  AH-1F · AH-1G · AH-1Q
Apache  AH-64D-I · AH-64A Peten · AH-64A Peten

Boeing Aircraft
Aircraft 
Fighters  P-26A-33 · P-26A-34 M2 · P-26B-35
Bombers  B-17E · B-17E/L · B-17G-60-VE
  B-29A-BN
Export  P-26A-34 · B-17G
Captured  ▅B-17E
Helicopters 
Attack  AH-64A · AH-64D
Export / Licensed  AH-64A Peten · AH-64A Peten · ▄WAH-64D · ▅AH-64DJP · AHS
See Also  Tupolev Design Bureau · Westland Helicopters · Fuji Heavy Industries
  For Boeing-built ships, see Boeing Marine Branch