Sikorsky Looks Beyond FLRAA At Black Hawk Modernization

Sikorsky’s S-70A Black Hawk optionally piloted vehicle has now been flown completely uncrewed.
Credit: Ted Carlson/Sikorsky
Sikorsky is in discussions with the U.S. Army on its requirements for modernization of the legacy UH-60 Black Hawk fleet that will continue in operation after the Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft (FLRAA) enters service in the early 2030s. “We are in full alignment with the Army’s continued need...
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