With international interest in its new-generation Seahawk shipborne helicopters growing, the U.S. Navy is gearing up to take the next step—integrating manned and unmanned rotary-wing operations on its warships. Two new versions of the Sikorsky-built Seahawk are replacing six different Navy helicopters. The anti-submarine/anti-surface warfare MH-60R “Romeo,” for which Lockheed Martin is prime contractor, will serve alongside the multi-role MH-60S “Sierra,” which has been operational for a ...

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