DSCA notified POSSIBLE SALE KOREAN 36 HELICOPTER AH-64D APACHE LONGBOW BLOCK III

DSCA notified POSSIBLE SALE KOREAN 36 HELICOPTER AH-64D APACHE LONGBOW BLOCK III
September 21 The Agency for Defense Security Cooperation (DSCA) notified the U.S. Congress of the probable selling South Korea 36 attack helicopters AH-64D Apache Longbow Block III, related equipment, spare parts, related training and maintenance costs estimated 3.6 billion dollars .
 
South Korea sent a request for the purchase of 36 attack helicopters AH-64D Apache Longbow Block III, 84 engines T-700-GE-701D (72 installed and 12 spare), 42 improved detection systems and aiming TADS-PNVS, 36 fire control radar AN/APG-78, 36 radiointerferometers AN/APR-48, 42 sets of warning radar irradiation AN/APR-39, 45 sets of laser warning AN/AVR-2V, 43 warning systems, missile attack AAR-57 (V) 3/5, 42 transponders AN/APX-123, 120 built helmet-mounted target designation systems and display (IHDSS-21), an integrated system of 81 GPS, 38 30-mm automatic guns, 80 missile launchers to M299 Hellfire ATGM , 400 anti-tank AGM-114R1 Hellfire, 438 missiles Stinger Block I, 774144 30-mm shells M789, 11020 2.75-inch unguided rockets Hydra.
 
In addition, the query includes training equipment, fitness equipment, generators, transport equipment, spare parts, technical support, documentation and training. Estimated price of the transaction is 3.6 billion dollars.

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