Combining the tested and battle-proven US Army UH-60 Black Hawk fuselage and Navy SH-60 Sea Hawk dynamic components, the CH-60 promised to be a superb aircraft. The commonality bred into the helicopter not only contributed to mission effectiveness, but would provide logistics and acquisition efficiencies. The CH-60 was the linchpin of the Navy Helicopter Master Plan. Out-year buys of additional aircraft would replace H-46s as they retired and increased standardization for training, maintenance, and operations as older SH-3s, UH-1Ns, and potentially MH-53s were replaced.

With a large cabin, double cargo doors and external stores support system winglets, the aircraft externally resembled an Army Black Hawk. Most of its Sea Hawk features are internal: engines, rotor brake, folding tail pylon, automatic flight control system, rescue hoist and a more durable gearbox. The production version of the aircraft was to be equipped with reversible floor-boards on the cabin cargo floor, and one side would be fitted with rollers to handle up to 2 standard 4-foot-square cargo pallets.

The Black Hawk airframe provided the larger cabin volume and double-door feature needed for cargo and passenger transport. The CH-60 incorporates a unique integrated cargo handling system. Also from Black Hawk, the CH-60S retained provisions for mounting the external stores support system. This would offer a variety of weapon and fuel tank options that would be very useful for a wide range of missions, including combat search and rescue and special warfare support. The robust CH-60 retained the Black Hawk 9,000-pound external cargo hook, and mounted a Sea Hawk rescue hoist for search and rescue missions.

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Concept:  Gautier Giroud
Sculptor:  Gautier Giroud
Scale: 54mm
Size: TBC
Number of Parts: 6
Material: Resin
Casting: GRX Creations

 
All our miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly.
The painted examples are for inspiration only.

Combining the tested and battle-proven US Army UH-60 Black Hawk fuselage and Navy SH-60 Sea Hawk dynamic components, the CH-60 promised to be a superb aircraft. The commonality bred into the helicopter not only contributed to mission effectiveness, but would provide logistics and acquisition efficiencies. The CH-60 was the linchpin of the Navy Helicopter Master Plan. Out-year buys of additional aircraft would replace H-46s as they retired and increased standardization for training, maintenance, and operations as older SH-3s, UH-1Ns, and potentially MH-53s were replaced.

With a large cabin, double cargo doors and external stores support system winglets, the aircraft externally resembled an Army Black Hawk. Most of its Sea Hawk features are internal: engines, rotor brake, folding tail pylon, automatic flight control system, rescue hoist and a more durable gearbox. The production version of the aircraft was to be equipped with reversible floor-boards on the cabin cargo floor, and one side would be fitted with rollers to handle up to 2 standard 4-foot-square cargo pallets.

The Black Hawk airframe provided the larger cabin volume and double-door feature needed for cargo and passenger transport. The CH-60 incorporates a unique integrated cargo handling system. Also from Black Hawk, the CH-60S retained provisions for mounting the external stores support system. This would offer a variety of weapon and fuel tank options that would be very useful for a wide range of missions, including combat search and rescue and special warfare support. The robust CH-60 retained the Black Hawk 9,000-pound external cargo hook, and mounted a Sea Hawk rescue hoist for search and rescue missions.

Combining the tested and battle-proven US Army UH-60 Black Hawk fuselage and Navy SH-60 Sea Hawk dynamic components, the CH-60 promised to be a superb aircraft. The commonality bred into the helicopter not only contributed to mission effectiveness, but would provide logistics and acquisition efficiencies. The CH-60 was the linchpin of the Navy Helicopter Master Plan. Out-year buys of additional aircraft would replace H-46s as they retired and increased standardization for training, maintenance, and operations as older SH-3s, UH-1Ns, and potentially MH-53s were replaced.

With a large cabin, double cargo doors and external stores support system winglets, the aircraft externally resembled an Army Black Hawk. Most of its Sea Hawk features are internal: engines, rotor brake, folding tail pylon, automatic flight control system, rescue hoist and a more durable gearbox. The production version of the aircraft was to be equipped with reversible floor-boards on the cabin cargo floor, and one side would be fitted with rollers to handle up to 2 standard 4-foot-square cargo pallets.

The Black Hawk airframe provided the larger cabin volume and double-door feature needed for cargo and passenger transport. The CH-60 incorporates a unique integrated cargo handling system. Also from Black Hawk, the CH-60S retained provisions for mounting the external stores support system. This would offer a variety of weapon and fuel tank options that would be very useful for a wide range of missions, including combat search and rescue and special warfare support. The robust CH-60 retained the Black Hawk 9,000-pound external cargo hook, and mounted a Sea Hawk rescue hoist for search and rescue missions.

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Combining the tested and battle-proven US Army UH-60 Black Hawk fuselage and Navy SH-60 Sea Hawk dynamic components, the CH-60 promised to be a superb aircraft. The commonality bred into the helicopter not only contributed to mission effectiveness, but would provide logistics and acquisition efficiencies. The CH-60 was the linchpin of the Navy Helicopter Master Plan. Out-year buys of additional aircraft would replace H-46s as they retired and increased standardization for training, maintenance, and operations as older SH-3s, UH-1Ns, and potentially MH-53s were replaced.

With a large cabin, double cargo doors and external stores support system winglets, the aircraft externally resembled an Army Black Hawk. Most of its Sea Hawk features are internal: engines, rotor brake, folding tail pylon, automatic flight control system, rescue hoist and a more durable gearbox. The production version of the aircraft was to be equipped with reversible floor-boards on the cabin cargo floor, and one side would be fitted with rollers to handle up to 2 standard 4-foot-square cargo pallets.

The Black Hawk airframe provided the larger cabin volume and double-door feature needed for cargo and passenger transport. The CH-60 incorporates a unique integrated cargo handling system. Also from Black Hawk, the CH-60S retained provisions for mounting the external stores support system. This would offer a variety of weapon and fuel tank options that would be very useful for a wide range of missions, including combat search and rescue and special warfare support. The robust CH-60 retained the Black Hawk 9,000-pound external cargo hook, and mounted a Sea Hawk rescue hoist for search and rescue missions.

Would you like to tell us about a lower price ?
If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support ?

Concept:  Gautier Giroud
Sculptor:  Gautier Giroud
Scale: 54mm
Size: TBC
Number of Parts: 6
Material: Resin
Casting: GRX Creations

 
All our miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly.
The painted examples are for inspiration only.

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