MH-60 SEAHAWK Helicopters

Operational and deployed today with the U.S. Navy as the primary anti-submarine warfare anti-surface weapon system for open ocean and littoral zones, the MH-60R SEAHAWK® helicopter is the world’s most advanced maritime helicopter. It is the most capable naval helicopter available today designed to operate from frigates, destroyers, cruisers and aircraft carriers.

Common Control. Discover how the Common Cockpit serves as the nerve center that controls the broad range of H-60 operations.

The Lockheed Martin Common Cockpit™
The Lockheed Martin Common Cockpit™ enables MH-60R and MH-60S aircrews to perform diverse missions, including anti-submarine warfare, anti-surface warfare, combat search and rescue, vertical replenishment, and airborne mine countermeasures.

The avionics suite is based on open architecture and commercial-off-the-shelf technology, including:

• Four large, flat-panel, multi-function, night-vision-compatible, color displays

• Digital communications suite

• Fully integrated Global Positioning System and Inertial Navigation System

• Mass memory data storage

• Rugged integrated mission computer

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  • MH-60R

    In June, Australia announced its plans to purchase 24 MH-60Rs.
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    The MH-60R is the only helicopter currently integrated into the Aegis Combat System.
  • MH-60R

    Lockheed Martin serves as the integrator for the MH-60R’s Common Cockpit Avionics Suite – the Romeo’s nerve center – and other systems, while Sikorsky manufactures the airframe.
  • MH-60R

    Countries flying the MH-60R also benefit from U.S. Navy management, logistical support, training, product improvements and technical services.
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    A U.S. Navy MH-60R helicopter landing on the flight deck of the USS Freedom, the nation’s first Littoral Combat Ship, during recent Deck Landing Qualifications.
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It's official: Lockheed-Sikorsky joint venture lands $2B contract to continue helicopter logistics
Washington Business Journal, March 2, 2015