Heavy Metal: The History of the UH-60 Black Hawk

In 1974, a menacing helicopter took to the skies for the first time. It had one simple mission—survive—no matter the cost. Its designers built its hulking frame from lessons learned during the Vietnam War, chief among them being that a helicopter isn’t any good if it can’t stay in the fight. This new helicopter—more of a flying tank than your average helicopter of the era—would go on to serve for 40 years with U.S. military—and it’s still got several more decades left in the tank. Meet - The UH-60 Black Hawk Dive deeper: https://bit.ly/35waQGe

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