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Hh/MH-60G Pavehawk Model

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Part# 13-10833
MFR Model# HHMH60T

Overview

The HH-60 Pave Hawk is a highly-modified edition of the Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk chopper. The aircraft was first developed by the United Technologies and Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation. The Pave Hawk is a twin-engine medium-lift helicopter operated by Air Combat Command, Pacific Air Forces, Air Education and Training Command, Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve Command. The HH-60 was first seen in action in 1982.

The HH-60 features an upgraded communications and navigation suite that includes an integrated inertial navigation, global positioning, Doppler navigation systems, satellite communications, secure voice, and quick communications system. The HH-60 Pave Hawks costs an estimated amount of $15.8 million. All HH-60s have an automated flying control system, night vision goggles lighting and forward looking infrared system that improves night low-level operations. In addition, some Pave Hawks have color weather radar and rotor blade anti-ice system that gives the HH-60 an all-weather capability.

The main role of the Sikorsky HH-60 Pave Hawk chopper is to perform day or night combat search and rescue (CSAR) operations into irreconcilable territories to recuperate downed aircrew and other isolated air force personnelís during war. The HH-60 may also perform peace-time operations because of its versatility.
   
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