Aut cum scuto aut in scuto
Not too difficult.
Flying, landed or crashed?.....would be a help!
Dead center of the photo. It's an Apache AH 64. Brilliant.
Are we sure its an Apache? Several reasons:1. The age of the photo, looks like late 70's or early 80's. The army didn't adopt the Apache until I think 86.2. I have never seen the US military use this camo pattern on an Apache, a partner country maybe?3. Distinct bump above the intakes making the rotor sit higher than on an Apache.Hard to tell in this photo (because it is well camouflaged) but this looks like Afghanistan so I was thinking Russian during their Afghan War.
Not a Apache. That is a Italian Agusta A129 Mangusta.
Denel Rooivalk from South Africa. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denel_Rooivalk
Rooivalk helicopter flying past table mountain in Cape Town South Africa.
Well, looks like this site has been invaded by the Scam Card thingie ad...
Blades gave it away
I got it but it is very cool. Did a Seals Camo at my sight today.