Building on the state-of-the-art UH-60M Black Hawk, the HH-60W “Whiskey” adds capability advancements to better support the full range of combat rescue and other special missions. Designed to meet long-range and high threat requirements for the U.S. Air Force, the Whiskey will expand upon the legendary Black Hawk’s versatility by doubling the internal fuel capacity without the use of space hungry auxiliary fuel tanks, provides a robust weapons suite, and integrates defensive systems and sensors to provide an unprecedented combination of range and survivability.  Additionally, by retaining 100% commonality with all UH-60M engine and dynamic systems, the aircraft provides the most sophisticated rotorcraft in the world at an extremely affordable price and total ownership cost over the entire life cycle. 

The U.S. Air Force program of record calls for 112 helicopters to replace the Air Force’s aging HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopters, which perform critical combat search and rescue and personnel recovery operations for all U.S. military services and allies.

MEETS ALL U.S. AIR FORCE REQUIREMENTS

  • 195 Nautical Mile Combat Radius
  • Hot and High Hover of 4000’ PA and 95°F
  • Best-in-class Survivability and Lethality
  • Unprecedented Net-centric Capability

CAPABILITY ADVANCEMENTS

PROVEN DESIGN

PROVEN DESIGN

IMPROVED SURVIVABILITY

IMPROVED SURVIVABILITY

FLEXIBLE WEAPON SYSTEMS

FLEXIBLE WEAPON SYSTEMS

INTEGRATED MISSION SYSTEM

INTEGRATED MISSION SYSTEM

EXCEPTIONAL PERFORMANCE

EXCEPTIONAL PERFORMANCE

NAVIGATION/COMMUNICATION

NAVIGATION/COMMUNICATION

VERSATILE CABIN OPTIMIZED FOR COMBAT SEARCH AND RESCUE MISSION

VERSATILE CABIN 1
Litter stations compliant to combat search and rescue mission
VERSATILE CABIN 2
Adaptable cabin for alternate configurations
VERSATILE CABIN 3
Configurable for additional pararescue/troop transport and stowable PJ seating into cabin ceiling to maximize cabin space

MULTIMEDIA

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

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