A Boeing AH-64 Apache attack helicopter operated by the United Arab Emirates Air Force (UAEAF) has crashed in Yemen’s northern province of al-Jawf, killing the two pilots on board, as the Saudi-led coalition presses ahead with its atrocious aerial bombardment campaign against the impoverished Arab country.

The UAE’s official WAM news agency reported on Tuesday evening that the four-blade and twin-turboshaft aircraft went down due to a technical glitch.

Yemeni sources, requesting anonymity, said the helicopter had crashed in the Khabb wa ash Sha’af district of Jawf province, located approximately 110 kilometers (68 miles) north of the capital Sana’a.

A Boeing AH-64 Apache attack helicopter operated by the United Arab Emirates Air Force (UAEAF) has crashed in Yemen’s northern province of al-Jawf, killing the two pilots on board, as the Saudi-led coalition presses ahead with its atrocious aerial bombardment campaign against the impoverished Arab country.

The UAE’s official WAM news agency reported on Tuesday evening that the four-blade and twin-turboshaft aircraft went down due to a technical glitch.

Yemeni sources, requesting anonymity, said the helicopter had crashed in the Khabb wa ash Sha’af district of Jawf province, located approximately 110 kilometers (68 miles) north of the capital Sana’a.

By Allison Barrie

New tech just revealed by the U.S. Army allows AH-64 Apache helicopter pilots to see targeting and surveillance data in full, high-resolution color -- helping ensure U.S. attack helicopters continue to dominate.

In Alabama at the Redstone Arsenal on Tuesday, the Army worked with Lockheed Martin to ran a test flight of the new tech, called M-DSA or Modernized Day Sensor Assembly. It’s the result of a four-year $60 million program focused on modernizing a sensor package that was first developed more than three decades ago.

A Boeing AH-64 Apache attack helicopter operated by the United Arab Emirates Air Force (UAEAF) has crashed in Yemen’s northern province of al-Jawf, killing the two pilots on board, as the Saudi-led coalition presses ahead with its atrocious aerial bombardment campaign against the impoverished Arab country.

The UAE’s official WAM news agency reported on Tuesday evening that the four-blade and twin-turboshaft aircraft went down due to a technical glitch.

Yemeni sources, requesting anonymity, said the helicopter had crashed in the Khabb wa ash Sha’af district of Jawf province, located approximately 110 kilometers (68 miles) north of the capital Sana’a.

By Allison Barrie

New tech just revealed by the U.S. Army allows AH-64 Apache helicopter pilots to see targeting and surveillance data in full, high-resolution color -- helping ensure U.S. attack helicopters continue to dominate.

In Alabama at the Redstone Arsenal on Tuesday, the Army worked with Lockheed Martin to ran a test flight of the new tech, called M-DSA or Modernized Day Sensor Assembly. It’s the result of a four-year $60 million program focused on modernizing a sensor package that was first developed more than three decades ago.

Thanks Jimmy. My son flies an Apache and he loves it! Perhaps its in your cards?!! Good luck and THANK YOU for all your service!!

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