The U.S. Army has officially designated the AH-64D Block III attack helicopter the AH-64E and is preparing a contract with Boeing for full-rate production, according to Col. Jeff Hager, Army Apache project manager. The Army anticipates that Boeing will build seven per month—four for the service plus three for foreign customers such as Taiwan, Indonesia, Qatar and India. The Army plans to buy a total of 690.

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