MH-60 Midlife Upgrade Includes New Blades, Engine Changes

Credit: Lockheed Martin
The midlife upgrade being planned for the U.S. Navy MH-60 “Sierra” and “Romeo” Sea Hawk fleets will include new rotor blades and an engine component improvement effort to boost speed, range and lifting capacity. Capt. Craig Grubb, head of the Navy’s H-60 multimission helicopters program office (PMA...

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