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.
- Over 300 MH-60R Seahawkhelicopters worldwide with over 600,000 flight hours accumulated
- International Operations for the U.S. Navy, Royal Danish Navy, Royal Australian Navy and Royal Saudi Naval Forces
Unmatched Multi-Mission Capability
- Anti-Submarine Warfare(ASW) / Anti-Surface (ASuW)
- Special Operations / Search & Rescue (SAR)
- Utility / Vertical Replenishment (VERTREP)
- Command and Control (C2)
- Superior Maritime Capabilities
Fully Integrated Mission System builds complete situational awareness and actionable knowledge, enabling target engagement both close-in and over-the-horizon.
Most Reliable, Cost Effective
- 98% Availability (Ready Basic Aircraft)
- Less than $5K (USD) cost per flight hour
- Lowest life-cycle cost in its class
The Lockheed Martin Common Cockpit™ avionics suite
The cockpit is common to the U.S. Navy’s MH-60R and MH-60S multi-mission SEAHAWK helicopters.
The cockpit enables the aircrew to perform diverse missions, including anti-submarine warfare, anti-surface warfare, Combat Search and Rescue, Vertical Replenishment, and Airborne Mine Countermeasures.
The Common Cockpit™ avionics suite is based on open architecture and commercial-off-the-shelf technology, including:
- Four 8″x10″ full color, night vision device-capable, sunlight-readable displays
- Digital communications suite
- Common programmable keysets soon to be replaced with trackball
- Fully integrated Global Positioning System and Inertial Navigation System
- Mass memory data storage
- Rugged integrated mission computer
In addition, a new flight management computer and new operational software provide for greatly increased operational capability.
Source: Lockheed Martin