Academy 1:48 Boeing AH-64D Longbow
Boeing AH-64 Apache is an American turbo-shaft attack helicopter.
The AH-64D Apache Longbow is equipped with a glass cockpit with advanced sensors, the most notable of which is the AN / APG-78 Longbow, fire protection radar (FCR) and radar frequency interferometer (RFI), located in the dome above the main rotor. AN / APG-78 is able to track up to 128 targets simultaneously. The attack can be launched within 30 seconds. A radio modem integrated with a set of sensors allows data to be shared with ground units and other apaches, allowing them to fire at targets detected by a single helicopter.
The aircraft is powered by a pair of raised engines T700-GE-701C. The front fuselage has been expanded with new systems to improve the survival, navigation and communication capabilities of the "tactical Internet". In February 2003, the first US Army II. Block II delivered with modernization of digital communication. The Japanese variant of the Apache AH-64DJP is based on the AH-64D; can be equipped with AIM-92 Stinger air-to-air missiles for self-defense.