Sikorsky HH-60W CRH-60

The CRH-60 is the new US Air Force Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) helicopter to replace the HH-60G Pave Hawk.

Based on the UH-60M Black Hawk was selected as the winner of the Combat Rescue Helicopter (CRH) competition in 2013.

On November 2014 was officially designated the HH-60W

USAF plans on acquiring more than 100 of the new helicopter to perform future personnel recovery missions.
Initial deliveries are expected in FY19


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USAF Combat, Search and Rescue Evolution, 17-May-18 : #CSAR From the YR-4 rescue in Burma during WWII, through the HH-43 Huskie and HH-3E Jolly Green Giant in Vietnam, to nowadays Pave Hawks, the combat search and rescue will continue to evolve and grow

Final Assembly Started of First HH-60W, 20-Feb-18 : Sikorsky is on track to deliver HH-60W ahead of schedule to the US Air Force. The $1.5B contract is for 4 Engineering Manufacturing Development (EMD) and 5 System Demonstration Test Articles (SDTA)

USAF HH-60W Training Program Ready By 2020, 25-Oct-17 : USAF new combat search and rescue helicopter HH-60W first flight expected in late 2018. Training devices and courseware are expected to be ready for training in early 2020

USAF HH-60W RWR Ready, 16-Aug-17 : U.S. Air Force future Combat Rescue Helicopter (CRH), the HH-60W, completes technical readiness level demonstration for its AN/APR-52 Radar Warning Receiver (RWR)

USAF HH-60W Paving Way for Assembly, 30-May-17 : USAF next Combat Rescue Helicopter (CRH), the HH-60W, reached a key milestone and will proceed to assembly, test, and evaluation. 112 will replace current HH-60G Pave Hawk fleet from 2020

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