Lockheed Pitches HH-60U ‘Ghost Hawk’ As Huey Replacement

Credit: Lockheed is pitching Sikorsky HH-60U variants for the U.S. Air Force's missile field security and Washington-based continuity of government missions: Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin has unveiled a surprise play for the U.S. Air Force’s UH-1N Huey Replacement program, offering the secretive Sikorsky HH-60U “Ghost Hawk,” which the service has been flying since 2011 for special search-and-rescue missions. Lockheed Martin, which bought Sikorsky in 2015, has...

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