1978 to present





US Army Aviation s-70 H-60

Entering service in 1979, the UH-60 provide air assault, general support, aeromedical evacuation, command and control and special operations support. The Black Hawk is a utility tactical transport helicopter that replaces the UH-1 Huey enhancing the overall mobility of the Army. An entire 11-person, fully-equipped infantry squad can be lifted in a single aircraft, transported faster than in predecessor systems and in most weather conditions. It can also reposition a 105mm howitzer, its crew of six, and lift up to 30 rounds of ammunition in a single lift. Its critical components and systems are armored or redundant, and its airframe is designed to progressively crush on impact to protect the crew and passengers.

1973 - UTTAS competition
1978 - UH-60A
1980 - MH-60A : 30 UH-60As upgrades
1988 - MH-60L : 37 new built
1989 - UH-60L
1992 - MH-60K
2003 - UH-60M
2007 - HH-60M
2010 - MH-60M
2011 - Stealth Hawk
2012 - UAV Hawk
2014 - OPV Hawk
2014 - UH-60V


73-21650/21655 : YUH-60A
77-22714/22728 : UH-60A
78-22960/23016 : UH-60A
79-23263/23354 : UH-60A
79-23369/23370 : UH-60A
80-23416/23509 : UH-60A ( c/n 70-174/267 )
81-23547/23626 : UH-60A
81-23643/23647 : UH-60A conv to HH/MH-60G USAF
82-23660/23761 : UH-60A
83-23837/23932 : UH-60A
84-23933/24028 : UH-60A
BuNo 85-24321 : UH-60A
85-24387/24490 : UH-60A
85-24745/24750 : UH-60A
86-24483/24578 : UH-60A
87-24579/24674 : UH-60A
87-26000/26005 : UH-60A
87-26006/26014 : HH/MH-60G USAF
88-26015/26086 : UH-60A
88-26087/26091 : UH-60A Colombia AF as 4101/4105
88-26092/26104 : UH-60A Saudi Arabia
88-26105/26120 : HH/MH-60G USAF
88-26121/26122 : S-70A-21 Egypt
89-26123/26173 : UH-60A
89-26174/26178 : UH-60A Colombia AF as 4106/4110
89-26179/26194 : UH-60L
89-26195/26212 : HH/MH-60G USAF
89-26213-26217 : UH-60L
90-26218-26221 : UH-60L
90-26222/26239 : HH/MH-60G USAF
90-26240/26308 : UH-60L
90-26309/26312 : HH/MH-60G USAF
90-26313/26318 : UH-60L
91-26319/26351 : UH-60L
91-26352/26359 : HH/MH-60G USAF
91-26360/26392 : UH-60L
91-26393/26400 : S-70A-16 Saudi Arabia
91-26401/26407 : HH-60G USAF
92-26408/26459 : UH-60L
92-26460/26472 : HH/MH-60G USAF
93-26473/26550 : UH/MH-60L
94-26551/26603 : UH-60L
95-26604/26692 : UH-60L
96-26664/26728 : UH-60L (duplicate w/ above?)
96-26729/26740 : S-70A ( Colombia Army as 150/156 )

97-26738/26743 : UH-60L
97-26744/26767 : UH-60L
97-26768/26771 : HH-60L
97-26772/26779 : HH-60G USAF
97-26780/26794 : UH-60L
98-26795/26828 : UH-60L
99-26829/26846 : UH-60L
00-26847/26851 : UH-60L
00-26852/26856 : S-70-A41 Colombia AF as 4124/4128
00-26857/26870 : UH-60L
00-26871/26872 : S-70-A41 Colombia AF as 4129/4130
00-26873/26875 : UH-60L
00-26876/26877 : S-70A-21 Egypt Air Force
01-26878/26893 : UH-60L
01-26894/26895 : HH-60L
01-26896/26901 : S-70A-41 to Colombia Police ?
01-26902/26905 : S-70A-41 to Colombia AF as 4131/4134
01-26906/26926 : S-70A-41 to Colombia
01-26927/26929 : S-70A-43 to Royal Thai Army as 6927/6929
02-26930/26953 : S-70A-55
02-26954/26963 : UH-60L
02-26964/26965 : HH-60L
02-26966/26968 : UH-60L
BuNo 02-26969 : UH-60M
02-26970/26975 : UH-60L
02-26976/26978 : rebuilt UH-60M
03-26979/26986 : UH-60L
03-26987/26990 : HH-60L
03-26991/26994 : UH-60L
03-26995/26997 : HH-60L
04-26998/27001 : rebuilt UH-60M
04-27006/27018 : UH-60L
04-27019/27022 : HH-60L
05-20001/20002 : rebuilt UH-60M
05-27023/27030 : UH-60L FMS


To be Continued


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Units

YearsUnitsbold : Current base of the Unit
2016/now1-158 AVN Conroe AAF
2015/now2916th AvnBn Barstow-Daggett
2014/nowSouth Dakota National Guard Camp Rapid
Rapid City
2013/now4th CAB Fort Carson
2011/now160 SOAR Campbell Army Airfield
2009/nowAFTD Redstone Army Airfield
Cairns AAF / Fort Rucker
2007/now1-214 AVNDE USAG Grafenwöhr
DE Landstuhl
2006/now7-158 AVN Salem Municipal Airport / McNary Field
2006/now3-82 GSAB Simmons Army Airfield / Fort Bragg
2002/nowD/158AVN Victorville airport
1998/0668th MedCoFort Wainwright
1997/06112 MedCoBangor International Airport
1992/0757 MedCoSimmons Army Airfield / Fort Bragg
1992/now160 SOAR UZ Qarshi (K2)
Campbell Army Airfield
1989/07236 MedCoDE Landstuhl
1988/now45 MedCoDE Ansbach / Katterbach
1988/now160 SOAR UZ Qarshi (K2)
Campbell Army Airfield
1988/now10th CAB Fort Drum
1987/now82nd CAB Simmons Army Airfield / Fort Bragg
1985/nowOhio National Guard Akron-Canton Regional / OHARNG
??/15South Dakota National Guard Camp Rapid
Rapid City
??/061042 MedCoSalem Municipal Airport / McNary Field
? to ?1-223 AVN Knox AHP / Fort Rucker
Cairns AAF / Fort Rucker
? to ?12th Avn BN Fort Belvoir / Davison AAF
? to ?Vermont National Guard Burlington
? to ?1-228 AVNHN Cnel Enrique Soto Cano
? to ?4-3 AVN
? to ?1-140
? to ?3-25 AVN Wheeler
? to ?US Army Aviation Battalion JapanJP Camp Zama
? to ?1-189 AVN
? to ?12th CABDE Ansbach / Katterbach
DE Giebelstadt
DE Hohenfels
DE USAG Grafenwöhr
? to ?2-3 GSAB Hunter Army Airfield
? to ?New Hampshire National Guard Concord Muni
? to ?Georgia National Guard Clay National Guard Center
? to ?Iowa National Guard Davenport
Camp Dodge
? to ?3-227th AVN Hood Army Airfield - Fort Hood
? to ?2-224 AVN Richmond Intl


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