Gunship renaissance


After many years of stagnation, Russia’s Mi-28N programme is finally making solid progress, and the type is currently in action supporting Moscow’s campaign in Syria.
Alexander Golz

THERE’S NO mistaking the fearsome presence on the cover of this issue as anything other than the AH-64 Apache. As AFM’s team of correspondents continue their in-depth study of the rotarywing gunship fleets across NATO’s European member states, the attack helicopter is coming back into prominence.

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