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Saudi-led coalition Boeing AH-64 Apache attack helicopters at Adens Airport

Saudi-led coalition Boeing AH-64 Apache attack helicopters at Adens Airport

The Saudi-led coalition fighting Yemen’s Ansar Allah group has deployed AH-64D Apache attack helicopters to Aden, presumably to provide close air support for the Emirati and allied Yemeni forces operating in the south of the country.

The Apache deployment was revealed by videos and photographs published on social media on 11-12 August showing four Apaches at Aden International Airport, three of them fitted with Longbow radars. The markings identifying the operator of the helicopters were visible in the imagery.




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