Monday, 16 December 2013

The New AH-64s At Guiren

"The Republic of China Army (ROCA) held an official ceremony at an Army base in Greater Tainan, Southern Taiwan, for the delivery of the first six of 30 Boeing AH-64E Apache “Guardian” attack helicopters ordered from the U.S."
When things calm down a bit, I will have to go out to Guiren (歸仁鄉) district with the camera to get some shots of the new whirly-bird. If they fly them on the same training routes and at the same speeds as the AH-1Ws, then getting some half-decent shots shouldn't be too difficult, though I'll have to make sure they're a bit sharper than previous efforts.

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