This Thursday, the Defense Acquisition Council of India has cleared the purchase of six more Boeing AH-64E Apache combat helicopters, according to the Indian Defense Ministry. This acquisition is worth over 650 million dollars, or 42 billion rupees, and comes after a previous package of 3 billion dollars that included 22 other Apaches and 15 Boeing CH-47 Chinook helicopters that was signed back in 2015, Reuters reports.
Poland’s Defense Ministry plans to buy 24 Boeing AH-64 Apache helicopters under its ongoing tender to purchase new combat helicopters for the country’s Air Force, according to local business daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna.
The Department of Defense announced that the US Army has awarded Boeing a nearly $185 million contract to produce an undisclosed additional number of heavily-armoured Apache AH-64 attack helicopters.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India cleared the purchase of close to 300 billion rupees ($4.74 billion) worth of new defense equipment on Tuesday, including four maritime spy planes from Boeing Co and hundreds of air defense guns, a defense...
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's Defence Acquisition Council has cleared the purchase of five S-400 air defense systems from Russia, two defense ministry sources said on Thursday.