All you need to know about the British Army's new AH-64E Apache gunships

With the Army Air Corps bidding farewell to the Apache AH1 this week, in the November 2023 issue of AirForces Monthly Chris Coot examined its successor -  the new-generation AH-64E Apache Guardian

After serving in the Army Air Corps (AAC) for more than 20 years, the Apache AH1 is approaching the end of its career. As a platform, it radically changed the way the UK’s Armed Forces were able to operate on the battlefield and introduced a new way to support the soldier on the ground. When the search for a replacement began, the British Army once again turned to Boeing and its tried and tested Apache.

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