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Lockheed Martin's Sikorsky subsidiary completed the first flight of its HH-60W Combat Rescue Helicopter this Friday, where the search and rescue aircraft's capabilities were assessed at the company's site in West Palm Beach, Fla. Sikorsky said Friday the flight test comes as part of an Air Force program that seeks to acquire 113 new HH-60Ws. Compared to the HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopters that currently support the military branches' personnel recovery operations, the new HH-60W model can hold almost twice as much fuel as the HH-60G, in addition to being designed for improved defense.

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Tim Malia, director of future vertical lift-light at Lockheed Martin's Sikorsky subsidiary, told The War Zone in an interview published Wednesday about the X2 helicopter technology and its potential role in the development of FVL aircraft. “The term X2 technology refers to a suite of technologies developed by Sikorsky that enable the X2 aircraft to operate at high speed while improving operational capability, maneuverability, agility, survivability, and lethality at the landing zone,“ Malia said.

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Boeing and Lockheed Martin‘s Sikorsky subsidiary have unveiled a helicopter platform the industry team has built for a U.S. Army technology demonstrator effort. SB>1 Defiant will take part in the military service’s Joint Multi-Role Tech Demo and is designed to operate twice the range and speed of traditional helicopters, Boeing said Wednesday. The Army plans to collect and […] More
Sikorsky‘s VH-92A rotary aircraft passed its initial flight assessment to replace older VH-3D and VH-60N units as the presidential helicopter, USNI reported Tuesday. Sikorsky received a $1.2B contract in 2014 to build up to 23 new helicopters, right before Lockheed Martin‘s acquisition of the company. The first new helicopter landed on the White House during a […] More
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