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MH-60R Seahawk

The next part of our training we were tested on was the implantation of the MH-60R Seahawk . Up to this point we had simulated controlling the capabilities of a SH-60B which has been the work horse of the Navy since the 80's.The new "Romeo" has all the latest and greatest equipment and the tactics are slightly different. Passed the test. Just a few weeks until graduation.
MH-60R with it's dipping sonar hanging below, you can also see the sonobuoy launchers on the side.

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paula said…
Way to go. Almost done with the schooling.

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