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Watch These AH-64 Apaches Fly Through the Streets of Houston for Veterans Day

Flyovers and flypasts are pretty common in the United States. You see them before football games, during ceremonies, sometimes funerals for deceased military officers, and even during parades commemorating different events. But you don’t often get to see a flyover like this one, which occurred just over nine years ago in downtown Houston, Texas, where a group of AH-64D Longbow Apaches of the 36th Infantry Division, Texas Army National Guard braved the narrow corridors of the city to give crowds a rousing thunderous thrill, and to honor veterans who had served before them.

According to the Department of Veterans Affairs, the flyover began at Smith Street and Texas Ave, and carried on down Smith to Lamar Street, whereupon the Apaches made a hard right to proceed towards Bagby Street. If you’re not familiar with downtown Houston, that’s some seriously tight maneuvering, especially for a big Apache gunship!

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About Ian D'Costa (259 Articles)
Ian is the editor-in-chief of the Tactical Air Network. His work has been featured and referenced in a number of publications, including The Toronto Star, Airsoc, Business Insider and The Aviationist. You can reach him at idcosta@tacairnet.com.

2 Comments on Watch These AH-64 Apaches Fly Through the Streets of Houston for Veterans Day

  1. Why Soitanly // November 19, 2016 at 14:17 // Reply

    Apaches between buildings over crowded streets: dumbest stunt since this B-52 crash at Fairchild AFB https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=182AepOJjMs

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  2. ULISES VELEZ // November 20, 2016 at 07:39 // Reply

    THIS FLY BY IS POWER OF APACHE APPEAR IN ANY CITY IN THE WORLD.

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