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  • US Coast Guard S-70 H-60
  • US Coast Guard S-70 H-60

The HH-60J Jayhawk replaced the HH-3F Pelican in US Coast Guard service. As an example of this helicopter effectiveness, on December 2000 a dramatic rescue took place 200 miles (322 kilometres) off the coast of Virginia, USA. The cruise liner SeaBreaze I suffered an engine failure during a storm and soon began taking on water. One US Coast Guard HH-60J Jayhawk helicopter rescued 26 crewmembers and another Jayhawk rescued the remaining eight. The helicopter with the 26 rescued sailors aboard, combined with its own four crewmen, set a new record for the most people aboard a single H-60.

1992 : HH-60J Jayhawk Redesignated MH-60J
2006 : SH-60F Oceanhawk ex US Navy, conv to MH-60T
2007 : MH-60T Jayhawk MH-60J upgrades

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Coast Guard Rescues during Santa Barbara Mudslide, 10-Jan-18 : Coast Guard San Diego’ MH-60T Jayhawk assisted the Santa Barbara County Fire Department with rescues after heavy rains caused mudslides

USCG Mobile Training Center New Equipment, 09-Jun-17 : S.A.F.E Structure Designs completed delivery of hangar equipment outfitting for the United States Coast Guard’s fleet of Sikorsky MH-60 Jayhawks in Mobile, Alabama

Hangar Equipment for Clearwater’s Jayhawk, 11-Apr-17 : SAFE Structure Designs completed the design, engineer and manufacture of its ergonomic hangar equipment outfitting for the U.S. Coast Guard MH-60 Jayhawks at USCG Clearwater, FL

Yellow Jayhawk to Celebrate Coast Guard Aviation Centenary, 17-Jan-16 : US Coast Guard Air Station Astoria received a yellow-painted MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter in celebration of 100 years of Coast Guard aviation representing colors used in early years

New Jayhawk Maintenance Stands in Clearwater, 20-Oct-15 : All Metal MS delivered a customized line of solution driven MH-60 Jayhawk maintenance stands and hangar equipment to Coast Guard Air Station Clearwater, Florida

New Pitch Adjustment Tool tested in USCG Jawhawk, 27-Apr-15 : All Metal MS introduced the “Pitch Adjustment Tool” or PAT which replaces the commonly used Trammel Tool and minimizes the time it takes to complete a track and balance.

USCG Jayhawks train aboard the USS Somerset, 13-Feb-14 : PORTSMOUTH, Va by Petty Officer 2nd Class Walter Shinn - The Navy’s newest amphibious transport dock ship and Coast Guard medium range recovery helicopters trained together in several ship and helicopter exercises Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014, while transiting the Gulf of Mexico.

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