U.K. Army Studying Post-Afghanistan Apache Options

Credit: Credit: Boeing
London – The U.K. Army Air Corps (AAC) is exploring options to reduce the number of squadrons currently flying the AgustaWestland-built AH-64 Apache attack helicopter. The AAC currently has six front-line Apache units, all based at Wattisham Flying Station in Suffolk, and a training squadron...

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