Apache Helicopter

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Tier: 9-B with chaingun, 9-B to 9-A with Hellfire missiles and rockets

Name: Boeing AH-64 Apache Helicopter

Origin: Real World

Serial: Apache Helicopter

Classification: Attack Helicopter

Height: 4.6 meters tall

Weight: 5.1 tons

Pilot(s): U.S Marines, Army and Air Force, the Israeli Air Force have some and the British Army have their own variation

Required Prerequisite for Use: Crew of 2 (Pilot and Co-Pilot/Gunner)

In use by: U.S Marines, Army and Air Force, Israel Air Force has some, and various other nations

Powered by: Gasoline

Operational Timeframe: Several hours

Attack Potency: Wall level with M230 30mm chaingun (Destroys concrete walls and can perforate most metals), higher in bursts, Wall level with AIM-92 stinger, Wall level+ to Small Building level with the Hellfire and Hydra rockets (Can damage concrete buildings with ease, the hellfire missiles are capable of penetrating main battle tank armor. Most variants of the Hellfire missiles contain 8-9 kg warheads, Hydra 70 warheads are in the Wall level+ to Small Building level range)

Range: Hundreds of meters with chaingun, several kilometers with missiles/rockets

Speed: Subsonic (284 kilometers per hour)

Terrain: Air

Material: Unknown material

Durability: Wall level+ (Can take a beating from small arms fire, requiring a rocket launcher, grenade, or AAA in order to feasibly down it. The compartment and rotary blades are capable of taking 23mm rounds, with a self sealing fuel system to further bolster protection against ballistic projectiles, and the aircraft has a total of 1100 kg of protecting armor around the airframe, making it highly resistant to ballistic strikes)

Striking Strength: Wall Class+ (Its not used to ram, but it can destroy walls if it crashes at full speed/hit with the blades)

Weaknesses: If the blades are damaged the helicopter will be useless or it will crash, if the pilot tilts the helicopter even a little by accident he/she will make it crash


  • M230 chain gun: Located under the fuselage. It provides a rate of fire of 625 rounds a minute. The helicopter has capacity for up to 1,200 rounds of ammunition
  • AGM-114 Hellfire Air-To-Surface Missile
  • Hydra 70: It is a family of 2.75in unguided air-to-surface rockets derived from the Mk 4/Mk 40 Folding-Fin Aerial Rocket (FFAR) developed in the 1940s. It is the most commonly used helicopter-launched weapon system in the world. The rockets are used to perform various roles, including anti-material, anti-personnel, air-to-ground suppression and illumination
  • CRV7
  • APKWS: Laser-guided rocket compatible with existing Hydra-70 rockets to turn them into precision guided munitions
  • AIM-92 Stinger: Air-to-Air version of the FIM-92 Stinger MANPADS

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