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AH-64D Apache Longbow

An AH-64A Apache helicopter in Iraq.

The AH-64 Apache is a four-blade, twin-engine attack helicopter developed by Hughes Helicopters for the United States Army's Advanced Attack Helicopter program to replace the AH-1 Cobra. The prototype YAH-64 was first flown on 30 September 1975. The US Army selected the YAH-64 over the Bell YAH-63 in 1976, and later approved full production in 1982. The helicopter was introduced to US Army service in April 1986. It is armed with a 30mm M230 Chain Gun and Hydra rocket pods.

Battlefield 2Edit

AH-64 Apache
AH-64 Apache BF 2
Main weapon Hydra 70 rockets
Main weapon ammunition per reload 8
Tertiary weapon AGM-114 Hellfire TV-guided Misiles
Passenger weapon M230 30mm chain gun
Passenger weapon ammunition per reload 900
Vehicle speed Fast
Vehicle maneuverability High
Camouflage(s) None
Operators US Navy SEALs Insignia United States Navy SEALs
British SAS Insig SAS


The AH-64 Apache appears in Battlefield 2: Special Forces as the United States Navy SEALs and the British Special Air Service main attack helicopter. The AH-64's Russian counterpart is the Mil Mi-24 Hind.

Battlefield 2: Modern CombatEdit

AH-64D Apache
BF2MC AH-64
Operators *NATO NATO


The AH-64D Apache in Battlefield 2: Modern Combat is the United States main attack helicopter.

It is seen in the mission End Game (China). NATO has a few helicopters in flight, and Scott is in an Apache, and the player must kill him.

The Apache is seen mostly in race challenges in singleplayer mode.


Battlefield: Bad CompanyEdit

BFBC AH64

The AH-64 Apache in Battlefield: Bad Company at Crossing Over

The AH64 appears in Battlefield: Bad Company. Its rocket pods and 30mm chain gun are usable and there is infinite ammunition for both weapons.

SingleplayerEdit

The AH64 Apache appears several times in the singleplayer campaign of Battlefield: Bad Company, but is never available to the player. They are usually seen as close air support or attacking Russian tanks.

MultiplayerEdit

The AH-64 is the counterpart to Russian Mil Mi-28 Havocs and MEC Ka-52 Attack Helicopters.

Gold RushEdit

ConquestEdit


Battlefield: Bad Company 2Edit

AH-64 Apache
BFBC2 APACHE ICON
Vehicle health 500
Vehicle armor PlaneArmorBC2
Main weapon Hydra Rockets (Helicopter Rockets)
Main weapon damage *100 (impact)
  • 60 (blast, damage drops gradually after 1 meter radius up to 6 meters)
  • 90 (base damage against tanks and IFVs (30 impact + 60 blast), does full damage against other vehicles)
Main weapon reload time 2.75 seconds
Main weapon rate of fire 600 rpm
Main weapon firemode Automatic
Secondary weapon Hellfire Missile
Secondary weapon damage *220 (impact)
  • 100 (blast, damage drops gradually after 2.5 meter radius up to 5 meters)
  • 600 (base damage against vehicles)
Secondary weapon reload time 10 seconds
Secondary weapon rate of fire 6 rpm
Secondary weapon firemode Single-fire
Passenger weapon 30mm chaingun
Passenger weapon damage *30 (impact)
  • 16.7 (blast, damage drops gradually after 2.5 meter radius up to 5 meters (does not affect heavy vehicles))
Passenger weapon reload time 2 seconds
Passenger weapon rate of fire 600 rpm
Passenger weapon firemode Automatic
Smoke countermeasures effect Flares
Vehicle speed Very Fast
Vehicle maneuverability Low
Sound(s) Firing the Chain Gun
Camouflage(s) *Black
  • Desert
Operators United States of America
"U.S. Attack Helicopter armed with a belly mounted 30mm chain gun firing HEAT rounds and dual 70mm Folding-Fin Aerial Rocket (FFAR). It has a crew of 2 and is armored to defeat small arms up to and including .50 caliber munition."
— In-game description

The AH-64 Apache reappears in Battlefield: Bad Company 2 and is the US Army's main attack helicopter. It has two unique paint schemes, one being a desert color, and the other being a matte black color.

SingleplayerEdit

The AH-64 plays no significant role in Battlefield: Bad Company 2's singleplayer. It is never available to the player and is only seen on one occasion, during the final cutscene of Zero Dark Thirty, where an US Army Apache comes crashing down following the detonation of the Scalar Weapon.

MultiplayerEdit

The AH-64 Apache appears in Battlefield: Bad Company 2 multiplayer on the following maps:

ConquestEdit

RushEdit

OnslaughtEdit

ArmamentEdit

The standard armament on the Apache is very similar to other helicopters. It carries a rocket salvo which is inaccurate unless the pilot is able to line up and steady his crosshairs on target, however, a direct hit on soft vehicles (ATV, GAZ-3937 Vodnik, etc.) will destroy it. A MBT will require more hits. The other main weapon is the under-mounted chaingun. It shoots a quick burst of 30mm rounds that are extremely effective in taking out infantry and soft vehicles, such as the Quad Bike and CAV). With the Vehicle Alternate Weapon Specialization, the pilot gains a Hellfire missile, while the gunner gains the ability to fire a Tracer Dart for said missile, both the pilot and co-pilot need to have the specialization.


Battlefield Play4FreeEdit

AH-64 Heli
UH-64ApacheP4FRender
Vehicle health 800
Passenger weapon M230 Chain Gun
Passenger weapon damage 40-20
Passenger weapon reload time 5 seconds
Passenger weapon rate of fire 300 rounds per minute
Passenger weapon firemode Automatic
Passenger weapon ammunition per reload 25 rounds
Countermeasures Flares
Vehicle speed Fast
Vehicle maneuverability High
Operators United States Marine Corps


In Battlefield Play4Free, the AH-64 Heli is the USMC's attack helicopter. In order to operate it, players will need to have the Helicopter Piloting training. It is featured on the maps Oman, Dragon Valley, and Dalian Plant and is the direct equivalent of the Russian Mi-28 Havoc. Its alternate weapon is the Hellfire missile which can lock-on to Tracer Darts and is devastating against tanks. The passenger is able to fire a 30mm chaingun and a Tracer Dart for the Hellfire missile.

The AH-64 is vulnerable to Heavy Machine Gun fire and can be destroyed with a single rocket hit. However, due to its high speed, it is hard to strike it with an unguided rocket. The easiest way to destroy an Apache is by using Stinger or IGLA but, this can be avoided dropping flares countermeasures.

It is also possible to destroy a fighter by having it striking the helicopter's rotors.

Battlefield 3Edit

Boxcutter Cut content
The subject of this article, AH-64 Apache, has been cut from the final version of Battlefield 3.


The AH-64 Apache is a cut attack helicopter that was to be included in Battlefield 3. While most of the vehicle had been removed from the game files, the Apache's notable rotors remained.


TriviaEdit

Battlefield: Bad Company 2Edit

  • In Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Apaches can be spotted in the background of Panama Canal.

Battlefield Play4FreeEdit

  • In Battlefield Play4Free, if a jet fighter collides with the helicopter's rotors, it will crash with the pilot getting a kill and the Apache itself not taking too much damage.

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