The Sikorsky SH-60/MH-60 Seahawk is a modern helicopter designed for the US armed forces. It features a twin turboshaft engine and can be used in a variety of roles. The US NAVY and US ARMY used the type. Design work started inh the nineteen seventies, with first flight in 1979. The SH-60 is the US NAVY version for anti-submarine warfare, anti-ship surface warfare but also supply and search and rescue (SAR). All Navy SH-60s carry a rescue hoist. It operates both from ships and land.
SH-60 Sea Hawk
This helicopter has a low visibility scheme.
Photographed January 2012, by Cees Hendriks (C) Copyright IPMS Nederland
SH-60F Ocean Hawk
This SH-60F has serial 164079 and has a scheme for HS-10. It is at the USS Midway museum at San Diego, CA.
Photographed December 2013 and December 2015, by Cees Hendriks (C) Copyright IPMS Nederland
Several scale models exist of the SH-60: in 1/72 scale of Hasegawa, HobbyBoss and Dragon and in 1/48 of Revell/ Italeri.
This walkaround page was first created January 2012 by M. de Vreeze