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US Army Boeing AH-64A Apache
A very 'mean' head-on view of a US Army Boeing AH-64A Apache. This Apache attack helicopter was photographed at night with navigation lights on. This high-quality poster is available in large vertical 24"h x 18"w format.

The AH-64A Apache, widely recognized as the most advanced, combat-proven attack helicopter in the world for the past decade. Some 900 AH-64As are in service worldwide for the U.S. Army and five international customers. The versatile twin-turbine engine, 225-mph Apache was the only combat helicopter in the world capable of routine operations in daytime or darkness and nearly all bad weather. The Apache uses laser, infrared and other high technology systems - like the Target Acquisition Designation Sight/Pilot Night Vision System - to find, track and attack armored and other targets.

Armed with 16 laser-guided precision Hellfire missiles, 76 70mm rockets, or combination of both, and a 30mm automatic cannon with up to 1200 rounds of high explosive dual purpose ammunition, the AH-64A was developed for the U.S. Army to help counter a numerical advantage in Warsaw Pact armored forces

U.S. Army Apache helicopters played a key role in the 1989 action in Panama, where much of its activity was at night, when the AH-64's advanced sensors and sighting systems were effective against anti-government forces.

Apache helicopters also played a major role in the liberation of Kuwait, destroying vital early warning radar sites, an action that opened the U.N. coalition's battle plan. During Operation Desert Storm, AH-64As were credited with destroying more than 500 tanks plus hundreds of additional armored personnel carriers, trucks and other vehicles.

Apaches also demonstrated the ability to perform when called upon, logging thousands of combat hours at readiness rates in excess of 85 percent during the Gulf War. The AH-64A's advanced sensors and sighting systems proved effective in removing the cover of darkness from opposing forces.

Poster Details:
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Boeing AH-64A Apache – Ist Battalion "ATTACK" 130th Aviation Regiment, RDU Airport, Morrisville, NC - Armed with 38 x 2.75" Mk66 FFARs (folding fin aerial rockets), 8 Hellfire Missiles, 1 x M230 30mm chain gun - © Copyright Warren Liebmann 1999 - Printed in Canada by Silver Reflection Posters Inc. - www.silverreflection.com

Production Details
Size: 18 x 24 inches
Artwork: full color photograph
Print Method: 4-color off-set lithography
Paper: 115lb hot-pressed off-set
Finish: varnish coat
Reference: SR0010
Size, capacity: 18 x 24in
Weight: 1.00oz
Manufactured by: Silver Reflection Posters Inc.
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