Shin Godzilla

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Movie (2016)
English title : Godzilla: Resurgence

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Last updated on 10 July 2017.

In this film, serving as a reboot to the Godzilla franchise, the mysterious collapse of the Tokyo Bay Aqua Line is thought to be the result of an Earthquake, but something far more vicious is waiting in the shadows, brought to existence by humanity's careless activities.

Boeing AH-64 Apache

Numerous AH-64s are seen attacking Godzilla, operated by both the JASDF and USAF.

An AH-64 Apache of the JASDF

Bell AH-1 SuperCobra

Alongside the AH-64 Apaches, AH-1 SuperCobras are operated by the USAF to try and attack Godzilla and slow his advance.