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Westland / Boeing AH-64 Apache 26 Oct 2014 06:41 #1

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Apache ove N Cornwall

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Appeared in poor weather over the house on Friday afternoon coming from the direction of St Mawgan. Do the Royal Marines/FAA have any or are they all Army?

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Westland / Boeing AH-64 Apache 26 Oct 2014 06:56 #2

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They are all owned by the Army Air Corps and are based at Wattisham and Middle Wallop.

There have been three at Culdrose this week. Two returned to Wattisham on Wednesday, the last one flew back on Friday.
I found a few images of one playing at Perranporth on Tuesday:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/78752084@N05/

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Westland / Boeing AH-64 Apache 11 Apr 2016 14:44 #3

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On the ground at Donna Nook


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Westland / Boeing AH-64 Apache 23 Aug 2017 15:31 #4

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Part of a 3 Apache fly past half an hour ago

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Westland / Boeing AH-64 Apache 23 Aug 2017 15:51 #5

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Avoiding a flock of birds?

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Westland / Boeing AH-64 Apache 23 Aug 2017 19:43 #6

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I work on the Apache at Wattisham. These are a couple of shots of a practice display over the top of our hangar last year. The images have not been rotated for effect.

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Westland / Boeing AH-64 Apache 26 Jun 2018 12:49 #7

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Had two flights of four flyover our house at lunchtime. Normally only get pairs or four. They were heading south then turned west.

EDIT: -They flew back home past our house as a formation of 8 - impressive - just before 19:00hrs

EDITAGAIN: - Two more even lower heading west - That's 18 sightings today.

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Westland / Boeing AH-64 Apache 12 Jul 2018 08:13 #8

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Just had two fly over very low, between 100 and 200 feet. Must be the low cloud we have this morning.

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