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#1 onikenshin

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Posted 11 May 2010 - 12:19 AM

The UH-60 Blackhawk was made to replace the UH1-iroquois as the United States armys tactical support helicopter. On the side by the doors on both sides there were windows with mounts for weapons. the Browning .50 caliber machine gun was to large to fit in so they used the Vulcan minigun, or a .30 machine gun. When it was entered in service it had improvments made for it but caused the Helicopter to weigh more so the Army ordered an improved Blackhawk, now instead of only being able to lift 1,000 lbs it could now lift 9,000 lbs externally. The Blackhawk could also be equiped with stub wings to carry fuel or variouse armaments(Like forward facing guns or rockets). The army has a contract that will continue to make Blakchawks into 2020.
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