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    MH-53E Sea Dragon

    1982










    Sikorsky MH-53E Sea Dragon

    Originally requested by the US Navy as their main Airborne Mine Countermeasures (AMCM) helicopter but also used in the most common heavy-lift transport role. Beside retaining the in-flight refueling probe it has big enlarged sponsons to provide greater fuel storage. 47 delivered from 1986 and was also fielded by the Marines years later.




    MH-53E Sea Dragon News


    Reducing H-53 Overhaul Time, 06-Apr-21 : #H53 US Navy/Marines Fleet Readiness Center East (FRCE) improving maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) times for the H-53 heavy lift helicopter

    CH-53E KRACEn Contract for Erickson, 23-Apr-20 : #KRACEn Erickson awarded a 10-year long contract known as kits, aircraft recovery, augmentation, components and engines (KRACEn) for depot level support to the US Navy/Marines H-53E fleet

    AQS-24C Mine Hunting System, 12-Feb-19 : #mines Northrop Grumman delivered first AQS-24C upgraded hunting mining systems to the US Navy to be used by MH-53E Sea Dragon helicopters

    $717 Million Contract for CH/MH-53E Support, 05-Nov-18 : #H53E Sikorsky awarded $717 million contract fo performance-based logistics of Marines CH-53E Super Stallion and Navy MH-53E Sea Dragon fleets

    Osprey and Sea Dragon on HMS Queen Elizabeth, 11-Oct-18 : #HMSQE Part of her first flight trials (Westlant 18) underway in U.S. eastern coast, HMS Queen Elizabeth received an MV-22B Osprey and a MH-53E Sea Dragon on board

        More News ...



    List of Operators of Sikorsky MH-53E Sea Dragon


    From Organisation with model MH-53E Sea Dragon
    1979
    usa US Marine Corps
        S-80 H-53E 180 1979/   
    1986
    usa US Navy
        1986/   

    Construction Numbers on database of MH-53E Sea Dragon

    49mh-53e






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