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Attack Helicopter Fleet Strength (2020)



Ranking of total attack helicopter fleet strength by country.



The dedicated attack helicopter is a specialized over-battlefield component typically tied to army or air force services. The type provides an on-call fire support platform for ground forces and is used to counter armored vehicles as well as dug-in enemy forces elements through Close-Air Support (CAS).

For the purposes of the GFP ranking, the dedicated attack helicopter is represented by such types as the Boeing AH-64 'Apache', Eurocopter 'Tiger', and Kamov Ka-52 'Alligator'/Mi-28 'Havoc' types. Data presented on this list is through 2020. Estimates are made when official data is not available.
1
United States
USA
967
2
Russia
RUS
531
3
China
CHN
281
4
Japan
JPN
119
5
South Korea
SKO
112
6
Turkey
TUR
100
7
Taiwan
TAI
91
8
Egypt
EGY
81
9
France
FRA
62
10
Italy
ITA
59
11
Germany
GER
56
12
Pakistan
PAK
56
13
United Kingdom
UKD
49
14
Israel
ISR
48
15
Jordan
JOR
47
16
Algeria
ALG
45
17
Sudan
SUD
43
18
Iraq
IRQ
40
19
Saudi Arabia
SAR
34
20
Ukraine
UKR
34
21
United Arab Emirates
UAE
30
22
Poland
POL
30
23
Greece
GRE
29
24
Netherlands
NET
28
25
Syria
SYR
27
26
Uzbekistan
UZB
25
27
Vietnam
VTN
25
28
India
IND
23
29
Australia
AUS
22
30
Bahrain
BAH
22
31
Belarus
BLR
21
32
Armenia
ARM
20
33
North Korea
NKO
20
34
Spain
SPA
19
35
Kazakhstan
KAZ
18
36
Azerbaijan
AZR
17
37
Singapore
SIN
17
38
Kuwait
KUW
16
39
Peru
PER
16
40
Indonesia
INO
16
41
Czechia
CZC
15
42
Nigeria
NGA
15
43
Angola
ANG
15
44
Yemen
YEM
14
45
Brazil
BRA
12
46
Iran
IRN
12
47
South Africa
SAF
12
48
Turkmenistan
TKM
10
49
Venezuela
VEN
10
50
Myanmar
MYA
9
51
Georgia
GEO
9
52
Sri Lanka
SRL
9
53
Democratic Republic of the Congo
DRC
8
54
Hungary
HUN
8
55
Ethiopia
ETH
8
56
Libya
LBY
7
57
Thailand
THA
7
58
South Sudan
SSU
6
59
Tajikistan
TAJ
6
60
Mali
MAL
6
61
Zimbabwe
ZIM
6
62
Uganda
UGA
5
63
North Macedonia
MAC
4
64
Cuba
CUB
4
65
Ivory Coast
IVC
3
66
Chad
CHD
3
67
Qatar
QTR
3
68
Kyrgyzstan
KYR
2
69
Bulgaria
BUL
2
70
Namibia
NAM
2
71
Sierra Leone
SIE
2
72
Mozambique
MOZ
2
73
Burkina Faso
BKF
2
74
Niger
NGR
1
75
Republic of the Congo
ROC
1
76
Nicaragua
NIC
0
77
Suriname
SUR
0
78
Afghanistan
AFG
0
79
Honduras
HON
0
80
Bolivia
BOL
0
81
Ecuador
ECU
0
82
Mexico
MEX
0
83
Bhutan
BUT
0
84
Botswana
BOT
0
85
Slovenia
SLV
0
86
Portugal
POR
0
87
New Zealand
NWZ
0
88
Argentina
ARG
0
89
Guatemala
GUA
0
90
Finland
FIN
0
91
Switzerland
SWI
0
92
Gabon
GAB
0
93
Chile
CHI
0
94
Latvia
LAT
0
95
Albania
ALB
0
96
Bosnia and Herzegovina
BOS
0
97
Mauritania
MAU
0
98
Bangladesh
BAN
0
99
Ghana
GHA
0
100
Somalia
SOM
0
101
Serbia
SER
0
102
Tanzania
TAN
0
103
Madagascar
MAD
0
104
Croatia
CRO
0
105
Lithuania
LIT
0
106
Moldova
MOL
0
107
Slovakia
SLK
0
108
Mongolia
MON
0
109
Oman
OMA
0
110
Laos
LAO
0
111
Zambia
ZAM
0
112
Cambodia
CMB
0
113
Cameroon
CAM
0
114
Liberia
LIB
0
115
Montenegro
MTN
0
116
Ireland
IRE
0
117
Estonia
EST
0
118
Uruguay
URU
0
119
Central African Republic
CAR
0
120
Canada
CAN
0
121
Denmark
DEN
0
122
Dominican Republic
DOM
0
123
Lebanon
LEB
0
124
Nepal
NEP
0
125
Norway
NOR
0
126
Philippines
PHI
0
127
Tunisia
TUN
0
128
Malaysia
MLY
0
129
Morocco
MOR
0
130
Paraguay
PAR
0
131
Sweden
SWE
0
132
Romania
ROM
0
133
Panama
PAN
0
134
Austria
AST
0
135
Colombia
COL
0
136
Kenya
KEN
0
137
El Salvador
ESL
0
138
Belgium
BEL
0

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