U.K. defense officials say the Boeing AH-64E Apache is the “desired” option as the country moves to update its heavily utilized Apache attack helicopter. Officials are currently examining a range of options for the Apache Helicopter Capability Sustainment Program (AHCSP), which will deal with the growing issue of obsolescence in the U.K.’s AgustaWestland-built Apaches, which are at the AH-64D Block I standard. “We are looking to replace our Apache fleet at the end of the decade,” ...

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