The AH-64 is an attack helicopter developed in the United States in the 1970s as a successor to the AH-1. The AH-64D, nicknamed the Apache Longbow, is an improved version of the AH-64A, including an engine replacement and improved electronic equipment. The AH-64D for the U.S. Army is a block-based upgrade, with Block II equipped with communications capabilities compatible with the U.S. Army's tactical-grade C4I system, FBCB2, and connection with the AN/TSQ-158 enhanced position assessment reporting system is possible.
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