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It is one of the most fierce attack choppers along with the capability to shoot fire and forget ATGMs, rockets and other ammunitions," IAF Chief said. This is an advanced multi-mission helicopter that is being operated worldwide by many countries.       Commercial Air Conditioners   WATCH Punjab: The Apache chopper receives water cannon salute, before induction at the Pathankot Air Base.This will be its first fleet of attack choppers. The first batch of Indian Air Force crew began their training to fly the Apache in the US in 2018.""These choppers have been modified to suit exactly the standards demanded by # the IAF. It has been a part of numerous historic inductions worldwide," IAF Chief said.Photo: ANI | TwitterThe first four of the 22 helicopters was handed over to the Air Force by Boeing on July 27.Wishing the "125 Helicopter Squadron", Dhanoa said, "The air and ground crew who have undergone training will soon utilise these machines to maximize its potential.Photo: ANI | Twitter"Apache attack choppers are being purchased to replace the ageing Mi-35. It is capable of performing many missions -- anti-armour operations, suppression of enemy air defence and battlefield airstrike roles. These first deliveries were ahead of schedule.. I am sure this team will integrate the best practices learnt from the original equipment manufacturers and IAF ethos of "Mission First, People Always.

The delivery of the first batch of Apache helicopters to the IAF at the Hindan airbase had come nearly four years after a multi-billion dollar deal for the choppers was sealed. I am very happy to note that the delivery schedule is on time," he said while speaking at the induction ceremony of AH-64E Apache helicopters at the Pathankot Air Force station. pic.Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa was the chief guest during the induction ceremony, which took place at the Pathankot Air Force station.com/YNT49rjr3B— ANI (@ANI) September 3, 2019Indian Air Force chief BS Dhanoa while inducting chopper into service said that they would enhance the operational capability of the IAF as a strike force.Boeing has delivered more than 2,200 Apaches to customers around the world since the aircraft entered production and India is the 14th nation to select it for its military.The Air Force Chief said Apache attack choppers are being purchased to replace the ageing Mi-35 helicopters.The IAF had signed a multi-billion dollar contract with the US government and Boeing Ltd in September 2015 for 22 Apache helicopters.Pathankot: In a major boost to the Indian Air Forces combat capabilities, eight US-made Apache AH-64E attack helicopters were inducted into the IAF on Monday.Senior IAF officials said the addition of the Apache fleet will significantly enhance the forces combat capabilities as the chopper has been customised to suit IAFs future requirements." The Apaches will enhance the operational capability of the IAF as a strike force. By 2020, the IAF will operate a fleet of 22 Apaches.twitter."Photo: ANI | TwitterThe AH-64E Apache is one of the worlds most advanced multi-role combat helicopters and is flown by the US Army. He hailed the wide-ranging capabilities of the Apache attack choppers saying that with its induction, "the force has upgraded its inventory to the latest generation of attack helicopters.Dhanoa said the air-to-air missile capability on a helicopter is a first for the Indian Air Force."Its Fire control radars also give us a tremendous capability. I wish "125 helicopter squadron, The Gladiators", the best of luck and happy landings.Additionally, the Defence Ministry in 2017 approved the procurement of six Apache helicopters along with weapons systems from Boeing at a cost of Rs 4,168 crore for the Army. The platform has been flying since the 80s and has proved itself as an operational success across the globe.The AH-64E Apache for the Indian Air Force completed successful first flights in July 2018

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