this seems a bit early but, heres my prized AH-64G Apache "Valkyrie". its a heavily upgraded version of my old WAH-64 Apache or Apache AH-1.
History: the 2019 AH-64E program led several successful missions after it entered service, though the AH-64F program failed, which in term was planned to have retractable landing gear & 6 hardpoints instead of 4. so the AH-64E remained in service until 2025 where Boeing sold the contract to Bell, who would be continuing the H-1 Program. Bell instantly started reworking the AH-64, they're main goal was to upgrade it to be a bit more silent, as it has always been a loud aircraft. they started the AH-64G Valkyrie Apache program, they gave it 5 blades & a Fenestron Enclosed Tail, though the helicopter was not intended for stealth missions, it proved very semi-stealthy when in enemy territory or front lines.
the helicopter served as a multi-role attack helicopter, where it also proved more capable of Recon then the older OH-53, which had been retired ages ago. in 2027, a year after the AH-64G entered service & 2 months after it began running on Royal Navy Carriers, the USMC started interest in AH-64Gs, as the aging AH-1Z was still in service & the H-1 program was still in progress.
in 2028, the USMC decided to buy modified AH-64Gs as they did with the Abrams for decades, giving it 4x AIM-9D SuperStingers, 2x Phoenix 80mm DGAR Pods, & 8x AGM-114X Dragonfire ATGMs, in which the US Army has 4x Phoenix 80mm DGAR Rockets, & 4x AGM-114X Dragonfire ATGMs. the AH-64G remains in service & is used in 30+ countries, some are countries that used AH-64s in the past, some are countries that used other helicopters & traded them for AH-64Gs, while the new AH-1U & UH-1V are used by the US Navy, USN Seals, USAF, & USMCO (US Marine Carrier Operations [USMC devided from the USN]).