Apache helicopters: No more enemies, now Air Force will join 8 combat Apache helicopters:
The Indian Air Force is going to be stronger now. The Apache helicopter, one of the finest fighter aircraft in the world, will join the Indian Air Force fleet today. Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa will induct 8 Apache helicopters at Pathankot airbase in Punjab today. This is the same Pathankot airbase where terrorists from Pakistan were attacked in 2016.
60 feet high and 50 feet wide
Let us tell you that to fly a 60 feet high and 50 feet wide Apache helicopter, it is necessary to have 2 pilots. The Apache helicopter has 2 engines to run its large wing, due to which its speed is very high.
2 seater helicopter
Helicopter and stringer missiles are fitted in this 2 seater helicopter. It also has a sensor, due to which this helicopter can execute the operation even at night. 365 KM. 30 ML in this helicopter flying at an hour speed. Has two guns.
Let us tell you that the maximum speed of this helicopter is 280 kilometers per hour. The design of the Apache helicopter is such that it is difficult to catch on radar.
Significantly, this US-made Apache helicopter AH-64E is the world’s most advanced multi-role combat helicopter. There was a big deal between India and the US in September 2015, under which 22 helicopters are going to be delivered to India. Earlier, on July 27, 4 helicopters have been found, now eight helicopters are being met on Tuesday.
India is facing difficulties from two sides at this time, on one hand Pakistan is constantly threatening India with Kashmir and on the other hand it is also supporting China. Now India is getting ready for these fronts in every way, so that when the time comes, the teeth of the enemy can become sour.
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