AH-64 Apache

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Originally, the Apache started life as the Model 77 developed by Hughes Helicopters for the U.S. Army’s Advanced Attack Helicopter program to replace the AH-1 Cobra, and was first flown on September 30, 1975. The AH-64 was introduced to U.S. Army service in April 1986. Since that time, over 1,174 aircraft have been placed into service. A key component of the US Army’s defense repertoire, this airframe has gained international renown and respect. Impresa’s efforts, with Boeing’s guidance, continue to support strengthen its continued success.

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Mission

 

Our mission is simple: Be the trusted source for aerospace structures – from the smallest details to the most complex assemblies.

 

Capabilities

 

Our plants in Gardena and Wichita enable us to efficiently perform operations such as:

Facilities

 

Our expansive and efficient plants, featuring Lean Cellular lines, are flexible enough to process everything from one-off prototypes to large volumes of complex assemblies. Located in Gardena, California and Wichita, Kansas we’re poised to deliver on time and on budget.