What is the Apache helicopters purpose?

Answer The AH-64 is an attack helicopter, with the primary intent being to identify and destroy enemy armour. With the capabilities of the newer Longbow series, it can also serve in a hunter/scout role.

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What military bases have AH-64 Apache helicopters?

All installations that have elements of the US Army Air Combat Wing, Air Cavalry, Air Reconisance, and air units that support ground troop operations may have Apaches assigned to them. It would be ... Read More »

Where are the Apache helicopters of the British army based?

The U.K. Ministry of Defence announced in 2007 that all U.K. Army Apache helicopters will move to Wattisham Airbase, Suffolk, England. The base is also home to the 7 Battalion REME Apache maintenan... Read More »

Who uses helicopters?

The military, private owners, and that's about it

How many helicopters does the us military have?

Approximately 12,000 US helicopters were deployed in Vietnam.