Italeri ITA48133 US Army Sikorsky MH-60K Black Hawk Helicopter - 160th SOAR Night Stalker, Fort Campbell AFB (1:100 Scale)
"Obsolete weapons do not deter."
- British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher
The Black Hawk is the Army's front-line utility helicopter used for air assault, air cavalry, and aeromedical evacuation units. It is designed to carry 11 combat-loaded, air assault troops, and is capable of moving a 105-millimeter howitzer and 30 rounds of ammunition. First deployed in 1978, the Black Hawk's advanced technology makes it easy to maintain in the field. In addition, modified Black Hawks operate as command and control, electronic warfare, and special operations platforms.
The MH-60K Black Hawk is a U.S. Army variant for special operations modification. It was first ordered in 1988 for use by the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment ("Night Stalkers"). Equipped with the in-flight refueling probe, and T700-GE-701C engines. More advanced than MH-60L, the K-model also includes an integrated avionics system (glass cockpit), AN/APQ-174B terrain-following radar, color weather map generator, improved weapons capability, and various defensive systems.
Pictured here is a 1:100 scale replica of a US Army MH-60K Black Hawk helicopter which is operated by the 160th SOAR Night Stalker, deployed to Fort Campbell AFB.
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Rotor Span: 6-1/2 inches
Length: 6 inches
Release Date: February 2014