Seoul, Jumada II 7, 1434, Apr 17, 2013, SPA -- South Korea has secured 36 Apache attack helicopters (AH.
What does AAH stand for?
AAH stands for Apache Attack Helicopter
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of AAH
We have 112 other meanings of AAH in our Acronym Attic
- Advanced Attack Helicopter
- African Americans for Humanism (Council for Secular Humanism)
- Agriculture d'Autrefois dans le Hurepoix (French agricultural history group)
- Aktion Afrika Hilfe (German NGO)
- Alameda Alliance for Health (Alameda, CA)
- All-Around Helper (Lobotomy Corporation game)
- Alliance for Alternatives in Healthcare
- Allocation aux Adultes Handicapés (French: Allowance for Disabled Adults; est. 1975)
- Aloha Airlines (ICAO code)
- Americans Against Hate
- Aquatic Animal Health (various organizations)
- Art and Architectural History (various schools)
- Art Association of Harrisburg (est. 1926; Harrisburg, PA)
- Asia Alliance Holdings (Japan)
- Association d'Aide à l'Humanitaire (French: Association for Humanitarian Assistance)
- Association of African Hydrologists
- Association of Ancient Historians (Salt Lake City, UT)
- Association of Art Historians (est. 1974; UK)
- Association pour l'Action Humanitaire (French)
- Atmospheric Aerosols and Health (University of California, Davis)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Prince Harry recently compared his Apache attack helicopter skills to doing battle in computer games.
Prince Harry has been undergoing training to fly operations in Apache attack helicopters and is expected to start flying missions this week as a co-pilot gunner.
DRAMATIC video footage shows Muammar Gaddafi's soldiers fleeing as deadly UK Apache attack helicopters carry out daring raids deep inside Libya.
Byline: Chris Hughes BRITISH Apache attack helicopters have blitzed Colonel Gaddafi's forces in their biggest assault on the regime so far.
DAVID Cameron insisted yesterday that the time was right to "ratchet up" the pressure on Muammar Gaddafi as he confirmed that Apache attack helicopters were being deployed for the campaign against the Libyan leader.
LIBYA David Cameron has insisted that the time was right to "ratchet up" the pressure on Muammar Gaddafi as he confirmed that Apache attack helicopters were being deployed for the campaign against the Libyan leader.