HONOLULU, Hawaii — The U.S. Navy is continuing to transition its helicopter squadrons to the advanced MH-60 aircraft. With the transition, the service will replace its aging SH-60F and HH-60H helicopters with MH-60R Seahawk and MH-60S Knighthawk models, armed with a vast array of upgraded sensors and equipment meant to provide the service with greater capability to perform missions such as antisubmarine warfare and countermine operations. “The big glaring change is the airframe. It ...
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