Apache helicopter: A tour around the attack aircraft

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The British army's fleet of Apache attack helicopters have clocked up a landmark 100,000 flying hours, a third of which have been flown on operations in Afghanistan.

The Apaches are flown on operations by 3 and 4 Regiments Army Air Corps, based at Wattisham airfield in Suffolk, where the BBC's Caroline Wyatt was given a tour of the aircraft by Captain Murray Nicol.

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