These are American AH-64 Apache and Russian Ka-52 Alligator. Do you want to know which of these helicopters is the most dangerous one? let’s take a look at each specification of these amazing choppers. First, the American Sophisticated AH-64 Apache. AH-64 Apache is an American twin-turboshaft attack featuring a nose-mounted sensor suite for target acquisition and night vision systems. It was manufactured by three different companies.
Initially, Apache was produced by Hughes Helicopters as Model 77 to replace AH-1 Cobra, and flew on 30 September 1975 for the first time. Second, the Russian Ka-52 Alligator. With NATO reporting name Hokum B, Ka-52 is a twin-seat variant of the Ka-50 which functions as an all-weather attack helicopter developed by Kamov Design Bureau and operated by the Russian Air Force. Ka-52 flew for the first time in June 1997, with its superior design the helicopter is capable of destroying enemy armoured and unarmoured ground targets, aerial targets with relatively low speed and also personnel at the frontline and in tactical depth.