Apache helicopter

Indian Air Force received the first ‘Apache’ helicopter, the ability to penetrate enemy territory

The strength of the helicopter wing of Apache coming in the air force will increase significantly. Changes have been made in this helicopter as per Air Force requirements.

Indian Air Force has been handed over the first Apache helicopter. Boeing handed Air Force helicopter Air Marshal AS Butola to the US in Arizona. Let us tell you that for the 22 Apache helicopters there was an agreement between India and the US government in 2015.

The first batch of helicopters will arrive in July this year. Currently, the Air and ground crews selected for the training of this helicopter are being trained on the US Army’s Alabama Air Base. The strength of the helicopter wing of Apache coming in the air force will increase significantly.

Changes have been made in this helicopter as per Air Force requirements. Significantly, the exact attack can be done from Apache helicopter. Apache can also enter enemy territory and kill it. It will also increase the operational strength of the Army with the IAF.

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Changes have been made in this helicopter as per Air Force requirements. Significantly, the exact attack can be made from Apache helicopter. Apache can also enter enemy territory and kill it. It will also increase the operational strength of the Army with the IAF.

Let us tell you that in February only American aerospace company Boing supplied four Chinook military helicopters for Indian Air Force at Mundra port in Gujarat.

Chinook is a multi-purpose, vertical elevator platform helicopter used to carry soldiers, weapons, equipment, and fuel. It is also used in human and disaster relief operations. It can also be used to deliver relief material and save a large number of people.

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