Sikorsky S-70B in
brazil Força Aeronaval da Marinha do Brasil

Brazilian Navy

2012 to present

Força Aeronaval da Marinha do Brasil S-70B

Six helicopters were bought via FMS in 2008. They are known as MH-16 (Multi-emprego) with first four serials assigned by 2010: N-3032 to N-3035. On 30 July 2012 the first two aircraft arrived at Cabo Frio airport aboard a USAF C-17 cargo plane.

On October 2013, two additional anti-submarine warfare/anti-surface warfare Lot II S-70B were ordered. Again under the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) Program.

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Brazilian Navy Fires Missile for MISSILEX 2016, 21-Apr-16 : Brazilian Navy S-70B Seahawk fired Penguin antiship missiles during exercise MISSILEX 2016

First two Marinha MH-16s arrived to Brazil, 30-Jul-12 : Automatic Translation - They arrived today July 30 at the Cabo Frio International Airport the first two MH-16 helicopter "Seahawk" for the Navy of Brazil (MB).


YearsUnitsbold : Current base of the Unit
2012/nowHS-1 Sao Pedro da Aldeia

Construction Numbers Help Us

C/NBuiltID     In this OrganisationIn other Org

        N-3032: Marinha MH-16 type; f/f 07sep11 as N1072W; serial to be conf+
    70-3793     N-3033: Marinha MH-16 type from Aug12
    70-3811     N-3034: Marinha MH-16 type d/d 30jul12, HS1
        N-3035: Marinha MH-16 type d/d 30jul12, test serial N1025J; asg HS1
        N-3036: Marinha MH-16 type d/d 27jul15
    70-4317     N-3037: Marinha MH-16 type d/d 27jul15

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