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MH-60S Seahawk (Knighthawk) Multimission Naval Helicopter

Crew

Three

Manufacturer

Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation

Operators

US Navy, Royal Thai Navy and Korean Navy

Maiden Flight

January 2000

Entry into Service

February 2002

Main Rotor Diameter

16.36m

Tail Rotor Diameter

3.35m

Overall Length With Rotors Turning

19.76m

Height to Top of Turning Tail Rotor

5.13m

Height to Top of Rotor Head

3.76m

Length of Fuselage

15.26m

Cabin Volume

11.6m³

Main Rotor Diameter

16.36m

Tail Rotor Diameter

3.35m

Overall Length With Rotors Turning

19.76m

Height to Top of Turning Tail Rotor

5.13m

Height to Top of Rotor Head

3.76m

Length of Fuselage

15.26m

Cabin Volume

11.6m³

Type

2 x GE T700-GE-401C turboshaft engines

Take-Off Rating

1,260kW each

Maximum Cruise Speed

263km/h

Never-Exceed Speed

333km/h

Maximum Cruise Speed

263km/h

Never-Exceed Speed

333km/h

Type

2 x GE T700-GE-401C turboshaft engines

Take-Off Rating

1,260kW each

Engines

General Electric

Organic Airborne and Surface Influence Sweep

EDO Corporation

Laser Target Sensor

Kaman Aerospace

Rapid Airborne Mine Clearance System and LN-100G Dual Embedded GPS

Northrop Grumman Corporation

Airborne Mine Neutralisation System

Raytheon Aircraft Corporation

Communication Management System

Telephonics Corporation

Common Cockpit

Owego Helo Systems, a division Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems

Engines

General Electric

Organic Airborne and Surface Influence Sweep

EDO Corporation

Laser Target Sensor

Kaman Aerospace

Rapid Airborne Mine Clearance System and LN-100G Dual Embedded GPS

Northrop Grumman Corporation

Airborne Mine Neutralisation System

Raytheon Aircraft Corporation

Communication Management System

Telephonics Corporation

Common Cockpit

Owego Helo Systems, a division Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems
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