How fast does a Jayhawk helicopter go?
Sikorsky HH-60 Jayhawk/Top speed
How much does a Coast Guard helicopter weigh?
The aircraft measures a running length of 64 feet, 10 inches with a height of 17 feet and a full rotor diameter of 53 feet, 8 inches. Maximum take-off weight is listed at 21,884lb which increases nearly double from the aircraft’s empty weight of 14,500lb.
How much does an H60 cost?
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How many people can an MH 60 carry?
MH-60 Romeo cabin and weapons capabilities The cabin can accommodate three or four flight crew and five passengers. The length of the cabin is 3.2m, while the height and width are 1.3m and 1.8m respectively. The cabin area and volume of the helicopter are 6m² and 8.5m³, respectively.
What kind of helicopter is the Sikorsky HH-60J Jayhawk?
A HH-60J Jayhawk from CG Air Station Astoria . The Sikorsky MH-60T Jayhawk is a multi-mission, twin-engine, medium-range helicopter operated by the United States Coast Guard for search and rescue, law enforcement, military readiness and marine environmental protection missions.
What’s the fuel capacity of a HH-60 Jayhawk?
With a fuel capacity of 6,460 lb (2,930 kg), the HH-60J is designed to fly a crew of four up to 300 mi (483 km) offshore, hoist up to 6 additional people on board while remaining on-scene for up to 45 minutes and return to base while maintaining an adequate fuel reserve.
When did the Coast Guard start using the HH-60J Jayhawk?
In 1990, HH-60J Jayhawks began replacing HH-3F Pelican and CH-3E Sea King helicopters in service with the US Coast Guard. HH-60Js perform search and rescue missions, along with other missions such as maritime patrol and drug interdiction.
Are there any upgrades to the HH-60J Sea Hawk?
The upgrades to the basic HH-60J include new avionics, replacement of the weather radar with a surface search radar and outfits all aircraft with electrooptic/infrared sensors, the extention of aircraft service life to 2027, and the standardization of engines with other Department of Defense configurations.