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AH-64 Apache Multi-mission Attack Helicopter

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The AH-64 Apache is a twin-engine, four bladed, multi-mission attack helicopter designed as a highly stable aerial weapons-delivery platform. It is designed to fight and survive the day, night and adverse weather conditions worldwide. With a crew sitting tandem of the pilot, located in the rear cockpit position and the co-pilot gunner (CPG), located in the forward position, the Apache is self-deployable, highly survivable and offers a wide lethal battlefield weapons. The Apache has a target acquisition designation sight (TADS) and Pilot Night Vision Sensor (PNVS), which allows the crew to navigate and conduct precision attacks in day, night and adverse weather conditions.

The Apache program has the potential to become four different models of service simultaneously. These models were, the AH-64A, an AH-64 +, with improvements in the product applied, and an AH-64D Apache Longbow-screen glass cockpit, advanced engines, wiring Longbow systems, radar interferometer Longbow missile system. The AH-64D standard was previously known as AH-64C. Approximately 1 / 3 of the fleet of Arc was planned to also be equipped with the Longbow millimeter wave radar fire control, original AH-64D standard. The conversion of a model A to model D cost 10 million dollars. The Longbow FCR adds another $ 3.6 million to the price tag.