- WILL UNITED STATES ARMY ATTACK AVIATION BE A RELEVANT COMBAT MULTIPLIER IN FUTURE CONFLICTS? Douglas L. Brockhard , Fort Leavenworth, 2004
- Rescue Operations in the Second Gulf War Col Darrel D. Whitcomb, USAFR, Retired, Air & Space Power Journal - Spring 2005
- Defense Acquisitions: Assessments of Selected Weapon Programs. March 2007 Government Acountability Office Report [GAO-08-467SP]
- Defense Acquisitions: Assessments of Selected Weapon Programs. March 2007 Government Acountability Office Report [GAO-07-406SP]
- FY2003 Report for the Office of the Director, Operational Test & Evaluation [19 MB PDF]
- DOT&E FY01 Annual Report
- AIRCREW TRAINING MANUAL ATTACK HELICOPTER, AH-64D TC 1-251 - April 2000
- FM 1-112 ATTACK HELICOPTER OPERATIONS [7.7MB PDF]
- AH-64D APACHE LONGBOW INDUCTION/FIELDING SUMMARY
- TRADOC AH-64D Longbow Material Fielding Plan
- Trends in O&S Cost for the AH-64A Apache Helicopter - 18 February 1998
- Apache O & S Cost Reduction - 25 February 1998
- AH-64D Longbow Apache @ Aviation Encyclopedia:
- Apache Program Manager Homepage
- TRADOC Material Fielding Plan
- TRADOC SYSTEM MANAGER LONGBOW HOMEPAGE
- AH-64 Apache Product Photo Gallery
- AH 64A/D APACHE @ army-technology.com
- The Birthing of the AH-64A by BRIG. GEN. GRAIL L. BROOKSHIRE Army Magazine, May 1992 - Criticism concentrated on the reliability, availability and maintainability of the system. McDonnell Douglas continued to make improvements from the time the Apache was placed into production until its operational employment in Desert Storm. The Army's and contractor's claims of improvement are born out by the steadily increasing availability rates, mission reliability rates, and hours between replacement of critical components for the Apache.
- AH-64 pilots offered $12,000 yearly bonus by Gerry J. Gilmore (Army News Service, Jan. 26, 1999) -- More than 500 Army rotary-wing aviators have an opportunity to earn $12,000-a-year in bonus pay.
- Apache Pilots Take High Ground European Stars and Stripes November 3, 1999 -- The military learned in Albania that the mountainous Balkan terrain is far more dangerous for Apache pilots than the deserts of Iraq.
- Deployed Apaches Army's Top Repair Priority By Linda D. Kozaryn American Forces Press Service 04 November 1999 -- Apache helicopters deployed in Kosovo, Bosnia, Southwest Asia and Korea will receive top priority repairs as the Army moves to replace parts implicated in a crash in January.
- ARMY TO INSPECT APACHE FLEET Release #99-104, November 5, 1999 -- The Army announced today that its Apache helicopter fleet (AH 64 A & D) will undergo a one time inspection and possible replacement of a specific series (basic configuration) hanger bearing assembly. The assembly is part of the tail rotor system.
- Army to inspect its Apache helicopters (Army News Service, Nov. 8, 1999) -- The Army announced Nov. 5 that its Apache helicopters must undergo a one-time inspection before the aircraft can fly, due to possible problems with a hanger bearing assembly.
- ARMY TO INSPECT APACHE TRANSMISSIONS Release #99-112, November 12, 1999 -- The Army announced today that its Apache helicopter fleet (AH 64 A & D) will undergo a one time inspection of accessory gearboxes. The accessory gearbox is a component of the transmission.
- Apache helicopters undergo tail rotor, gearbox inspections (Army News Service, Nov. 17, 1999) - The Army's AH-64 Apache helicopters are undergoing inspections to determine the serviceability of the aircraft's tail-rotor system and gearbox components.
- ARMY ANNOUNCES INITIATIVE FOR APACHE REPAIRS Release # 99-114 November 22, 1999 -- The Army announced today it is teaming with industry to correct two recently discovered safety problems with its Apache helicopters (AH-64).
- Army announces initiative for Apache repairs (Army News Service, Nov. 22, 1999) -- The Army announced Nov. 22 it is teaming with industry to correct two recently discovered safety problems with its Apache helicopters (AH-64).
- Boeing Awarded Contract for 11 U.S. Army AH-64D Apache Longbow Helicopters Boeing 20 Nov 2006
- Army gets faster, more capable Apache aircraft Army News 07 Nov 2011
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