U.S. Army Soldiers and Pilots conducts weapons loading and gunnery with AH-64D Apache Longbow attack helicopters. AH-64 is a beast when they work. His aircraft is maintenance intensive. The Fully Mission Capable (FMC) rate is quite low compared to the rest of US Army aviation fleet. The AH-64 seldom meet monthly DA Goal of 75% FMC readiness rate. This is a really cool AH-64 Apache Longbow Helicopter.The South Korean army is currently operating 36, but I think 36 more should be introduced and the Marines should decied to attack Apache. I've seen a few of them flying over Suffolk in the East of England. I know they have two USAF bases there. Very nice and attractive helicopters. They could have also been RAF ones, I know that Agusta Westland (now Leonardo) also build this helicopter in their plant in Yeovil, England under licence from Boeing for the British Army Air Corps with Rolls Royce Turbomeca RTM322 turboshaft engines.