|This page is about the Swedish attack helicopter AHS. For other versions, see AH-64 (Family).|
The Attack Helicopter System ("attackhelikoptersystem" in Swedish) is a rank VI Swedish attack helicopter with a battle rating of 10.3 (AB/SB) and 10.7 (RB). It was introduced in Update "Wind of Change".
The AHS is an AH-64A that was trialled by Sweden in the 1990s, it is identical in performance to the AH-64A in the US tree.
Describe how the helicopter behaves in the air. Speed, manoeuvrability, acceleration and allowable loads - these are the most important characteristics of the vehicle.
|Characteristics|| Max Speed
(km/h at 1,000 m)
| Max altitude|
Survivability and armour
The AHS uses composite armour (kevlar boron carbide) to protect the crew from shrapnel from behind and below. The only bulletproof window is separating the gunner and pilot.
- 22 mm bulletproof glass - in front of pilot
- 20 mm kevlar boron carbide - Seats for gunner and pilot
- 20 mm kevlar boron carbide - gunners floor and pilot instrument panel
Modifications and economy
|CCIP (Guns)||CCIP (Rockets)||CCIP (Bombs)|
The AHS is armed with:
- A choice between three presets:
- 1 x 30 mm M230E-1 cannon (1,200 rpg)
- 1 x 30 mm M230E-1 cannon + 30 x countermeasures
- 1 x 30 mm M230E-1 cannon + 30 x countermeasures + IRCM
The AHS can be outfitted with the following ordnance presets:
- Without load
- 2 x RB 74 missiles
- 8 x ATAS (AIM-92) missiles
- 76 x Hydra-70 M247 rockets
- 8 x AGM-114B Hellfire missiles
- 16 x AGM-114B Hellfire missiles
Custom loadout options
|Hydra-70 M247 rockets||19||19||19||19|
|AGM-114B Hellfire missiles||2, 4||2, 4||2, 4||2, 4|
|ATAS (AIM-92) missiles||4||4|
|RB 74 missiles||1||1|
Usage in battles
Describe the tactics of playing in a helicopter, the features of using the helicopter in a team and advice on tactics. Refrain from creating a "guide" - do not impose a single point of view, but instead, give the reader food for thought. Examine the most dangerous enemies and give recommendations on fighting them. If necessary, note the specifics of the game in different modes (AB, RB, SB).
Pros and cons
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- Related development
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- other literature.
|Fighters||P-26A-33 · P-26A-34 M2 · P-26B-35|
|Bombers||B-17E · B-17E/L · B-17G-60-VE|
|Export||P-26A-34 · B-17G|
|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|
|BO 105||HKP9A · HKP9A (FC)|