SH-60J
[ Defense Aircraft ]

SH-60J
As the successor of the HSS-2B anti-submarine helicopter, the SH-60J is a licensed modification of the U.S. Navy's SH-60B airframe. MHI is the primary contractor.
It was developed under the unique concept of operation under Japan's policy to combat anti-submarine·anti-ship warfare by uniting the fleet with helicopters. Its first flight was in 1987, with a total of 103 units manufactured, including the test model. (As of March 31, 2005)

Main specifications

Width 16.4m(at rotor spin)
Length 19.8m(at rotor spin)
Height 5.2m
Gross weight 9,750kg
Engine 1,800shp×2
Max. speed 143 knot

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