AH-64 Apache 

(Royal Netherland AF)

These photos were taken by Libor "Lonestar" Spurek

This is one of the original AH-64A's lent to the Klu  by the US Army pending delivery of their 30 new build AH-64D's.  Originally the plan was to have the D models delivered without the APG-78 mast mounted radar, and to buy some 6 or so sets which would be role-fitted to aircraft depending on need.  I believe the Dutch have since decided to equip all 30 with the APG-78.  To be a Longbow Apache, the APG-78 needs to be fitted, otherwise it's just an AH-64D.  This text provided by Drewe Manton

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Photos directly below were taken during Air Fests in Czech Republic.

The 16 photos directly below were taken by Libor "Lonestar" Spurek

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If you feel there is a need for descriptions for this walk around, then feel free to type them up and quote the photo numbers above and forward the descriptions to Steve Bamford, so they can be put up into this walkaround.  We could really use our viewers help with this.  An expert on this aircraft could write much better descriptions than we could.