October 30 2019
The Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (GSDF) plans to resume AH-64D attack helicopter flights in mid-November, more than 18 months after the fleet was grounded following a crash, reports the Asahi Shimbun (Tokyo).
The service suspended AH-64D flights in February 2018 after one of the helicopters crashed in a residential area in Kanzaki, Saga prefecture, killing two soldiers and injuring a child on the ground.
Shunji Yoshino, the GSDF commander in Saga, is scheduled to visit...
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