Indian Army looks at Apache

Following last year’s acquisition haul of 22 AH-64D Apaches for $1.3 billion, India is going back to Boeing again for an unspecified number of attack helicopters for the Army, according to a Defense News report. Last year’s acquisition was marred by internal wrangling over ownership of the 22 helicopters, with the Army insisting it should receive the Apache’s rather than the Indian Air Force (IAF). The MOD disagreed. The acquisition of another batch from Boeing appears...
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