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UH-60A helicopter transport
Release DateJanuary 2015
Since its commissioning in 1978, the UH-60A became the primary transport helicopter of the US Army. The Black Hawk has a high resistance in combat. Almost all of the helicopter is insensitive matches up to a caliber of 7.62 mm. Its spacious cabin offers 11 fully equipped troops space. At its stub wings he can optionally perform additional fuel tanks or weapons systems such as Hellfire anti-tank missiles with it. In almost all foreign missions of the US Army in the last decades, the versatile and proven UH-60 was used.
- Structured, two-piece hull
- Detailed cockpit with instrument panel
- transport space with benches
- Movable main rotor and tail rotor
- Optional side MGs
- side doors either open or closed build
- Optional stub wings for external loads
- Rocket pods and Hellfire missiles
- Decals for two US Army versions

Product Specifications
Number of parts128
Length212 mm
Rotor diameter224 mm

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Thank you Gino!
JAN 25, 2015 - 03:55 AM
Thanks for the info!!!!
JAN 25, 2015 - 10:30 AM
but when your out of Apaches.... LOL
JAN 25, 2015 - 09:49 PM
Looks like a fairly old model. the only stand out problem from the pictures is no Collective stick for the left hand pilot. Nice moldings otherwise. If you have a sh60 Seahawk use its stabilator on the model and you will have a UH-60L that is about the only visible difference at this scale. Enjoy Captn Tommy
JAN 27, 2015 - 12:17 AM
That is not correct. The folding, square stabilator is not a feature of the L model. The only outward difference on an L model is the wider step sponsons under the pilots' doors. The folding stabilator is a feature of the MH-60L and the U/MH-60M models. Standard UH-60Ls use the same pointy stabilator as the UH-60A. Here you see the wider step sponson and pointy stabilator on this UH-60L.
JAN 27, 2015 - 05:37 AM
I have seen with my own eyes weapons on the wings of a blackhawk before and their are plenty of real pics showing that. Maybe not that exact model but they can have weapons equipped
JAN 27, 2015 - 07:25 AM
Yes they can, but not on a standard US Army UH-60A, as the model is supposed to be. I never said Black Hawks don't/can't carry weapons on external wings, just that standard, green US Army Black Hawks do not. The only US Army Black Hawks that carry weapons on ESSS (External Stores Support System) wings are Spec Ops MH-60L/M DAP (Direct Action Penetrator) gunships from the 160th SOAR (Spec Ops Aviation Regiment), which are overall black in color. They carry weapons on a shorter ESSS wing with only one hard point per side. MH-60L DAP
JAN 27, 2015 - 08:24 AM
Cool... my bad.. just saw pic and was jumpin gun. I know standard dont, different model I geuss... read into not enough..lol.
JAN 27, 2015 - 11:46 AM
HeavyArty good point on the Stab. Having worked at Sikorsky for the last 20+ years the first L's to go out the door had the Barn Door Stab but at least the last 600 did have the folding Stab of the Navy bird. All the 60M's have the folding Stab.
FEB 12, 2015 - 11:02 PM

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