Sikorsky Aircraft's UH-60M Black Hawk No. 1 had a successful first flight last week in Florida, the company said Sept. 23. The UH-60M is slated to replace the UH-60L as the standard configuration for U.S. Army Black Hawks in 2007. The No. 1 aircraft had a 75-minute flight over the Sikorsky Flight Development Center in West Palm Beach, Fla., achieving a speed of 120 knots and successfully executing 45-degree turns, the company said. "Years of work have culminated in the UH-60M, ...

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