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MessageSujet: ASuW/ASM Helicopters   Ven 30 Mar 2012 - 23:45

KAMAN SH-2G Super Sea Sprite






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High-Performance Maritime Helicopter

The SH-2G Super Seasprite is an advanced integrated maritime weapon system available today.

The SH-2G Super Seasprite is a proven day/night/all-weather multi-mission helicopter. Designed to meet the exacting requirements of the U.S. Navy, the SH-2G Super Seasprite has the highest power-to-weight ratio of any maritime helicopter, assuring a safe return-to-ship capability even in single-engine flight conditions. Its robust design, outstanding stability, excellent reliability, and proven capability (more than 1.5 million flight hours) are important benefits in the demanding maritime environment.

The SH-2G is a fully integrated, multi-mission maritime weapon system designed to fulfill anti-submarine warfare (ASW), anti-surface warfare (ASuW), over the horizon targeting, surveillance, troop transport, vertical replenishment, search and rescue, and utility missions.

It is also the largest, most powerful small ship helicopter on the market today and is recognized for its mission effectiveness, support, and unmatched performance. In 1997 Kaman delivered its first international SH-2G Super Seasprite to the Arab Republic of Egypt. Today the SH-2G Super Seasprite is operated in Egypt, Poland, and New Zealand.

http://www.kaman.com/aerospace/helicopters/products-services/sh-2g-super-seasprite/
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The SH-2G Super Seasprite has accumulated more than 1.5 million flight hours in a variety of missions around the world. Its specific capabilities include:

• Engines Twin T700-GE-401 gas turbine 1,723 shp
• Dimensions main rotor 44 ft/13.41 m
• Height 13.5 ft/4.09 m
• Length 52.5 ft/16.0 m
• Gross weight 14,200 lbs
• Useful load 5,070 lbs/2,296 kg
• Cruise 124 kts
• VNE 150 kts
• HIGE 17,600 ft/5,364.4 m
• Max rate of climb 2,070 fpm
• Service ceiling 20,400 ft/6,217.9 m
• Specific Fuel Consumption 0.464 lbs per hp/hr
• Max range 540 NM
• Endurance 5.3 hours
• Crew 1 pilot, 1 TACCO/co-pilot, 1 sonar operator (optional), up to 8 fully armed troops
• Tail rotor 8.0ft/2.43 m
• Width 11.6ft/3.53 m
• External Load 4,000 lbs/1,812 kg
• HOGE 14,600 ft/ 4,450.1 m

http://www.kaman.com/aerospace/helicopters/products-services/sh-2g-super-seasprite/

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http://www.kaman.com/files/file/PDFs/Helicopter%20PDFs/Seasprite.pdf


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Farnborough 2010: Kaman offers low-cost ASW package

22 July 2010 - 16:07 by the Shephard News Team

Kaman Helicopters is offering a low-cost anti-submarine warfare (ASW) capability through ex-US Navy SH-2G Super Seasprite helicopters.

The company is pitching the SH-2G (ASW) platform to smaller nations looking for an ASW capability but hampered by limited budgets.

Speaking at the Farnborough International Air Show, Kaman Helicopters director, marketing and business development, Mark Tattershall, said the company was in talks with potential customers in South America and Asia. The cost of the SH-2G (ASW) would be in the region of $20 million.

‘We are in the middle of an aggressive marketing campaign and are talking to nations around the world. There is a growing requirement for an ASW capability not just for the detection of submarines but the detection of submarines for drug interdiction, with drug runners using submersibles, and for anti-piracy operations,’ Tattershall said.

The company has access to 15 SH-2G and 37 SH-2F (that could be converted to G models) helicopters from ex-USN stocks.

Egypt currently operates ten SH-2G(E) helicopters in the latest ASW configuration. Deliveries of those aircraft were initially completed in 1999 and the aircraft are currently undergoing a mid-life upgrade.

Meanwhile, the company is confident of a sale of 11 ex-Australian Navy SH-2G Super Seasprites this year. The Australian Government cancelled the contract for the aircraft in 2008 following difficulties getting the aircraft into service.

Tattershall said the Australian experience had cast a cloud on the platforms international success but he was confident all issues had been resolved and the capabilities of the platform were vindicated by a 2009 Australian National Audit Office (ANAO), with many of its findings and recommendations relating to the Australian Department of Defence and its procurement and contract management agencies.

He said the aircraft’s new Automatic Flight Control System software had been validated by the US Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) and was now part of the Egyptian upgrade.

‘Potential customers have some concern that the project was cancelled but we are willing to enter into discussions to address any concerns. All issues have been resolved, Kaman is very proud of the helicopter and the proof of the pudding is in people evaluating it.’

By Tony Skinner, Farnborough

http://www.shephardmedia.com/news/rotorhub/farnborough-2010-kaman-offers-low-cost-a/



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MessageSujet: Re: ASuW/ASM Helicopters   Mar 1 Sep 2015 - 16:58

MH-60R ASuW Helicopter


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The MH-60R helicopter's advanced sensors enable it to detect, locate, identify and neutralize surface threats beyond the parent ship's radar or electronic horizon. Tactical and targeting data is shared with its parent ship via onboard data link, allowing targets to be engaged by shipboard weapons or the MH-60R helicopter's Hellfire missiles.


FLIR / NVG capability
Four weapon stations
Aircraft Survivability Equipment (ASE)
Missile Warning System (MWS)
Laser Warning System (RWS)
Infrared (IR) suppression
Jammers
Chaff / flare
http://www.sikorsky.com/Pages/Products/Military/SeaHawk/MH60R/Missions/ASuW.aspx

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MessageSujet: Re: ASuW/ASM Helicopters   Mar 15 Sep 2015 - 4:49

MH-60S Helicopter
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The MH-60S Seahawk helicopter is designed to perform vertical replenishment (VERTREP), combat search and rescue (CSAR), special warfare support and airborne mine countermeasures (AMCM) missions. Additionally, in its armed configuration, it can conduct anti-surface warfare (ASUW).

Powerplant and fuel system

Number of Engines 2
Engine Type T700-GE401C
Maximum Take Off 3,684 shp 2,747 kw
OEI Shaft horsepower (30 sec) 1,891 shp 1,410 kw

Performance

Maximum Gross Weight 23,500 lbs 10,659 kg
Maximum Cruise Speed 156 kts 289 km/h
*HIGE Ceiling 14,700 ft 4,480 m
*HOGE Ceiling 11,750 ft 3,581 m
*AEO Service Ceiling 17,560 ft 5,352 m

Accommodations

Cabin Length 12.6 ft 3.8 m
Cabin Width 7.0 ft 2.1 m
Cabin Height 4.5 ft 1.3 m
Cabin Area 88 ft2 8.1 m2
Cabin Volume 396 ft3 11.2 m3
* At nominal take-off gross weight


Safety
Survivability and crashworthiness are not just attributes of the MH-60S helicopter, they're inherent to the design. A strict military standard makes the MH-60S aircraft a rugged and extremely durable helicopter that delivers safety, safety that has been proven in real missions, around the world. Some of our aircraft have over thirty years of service and continue to support operations in the most rigorous of environments known to man.


Airframe
14 crashworthy troop seats (12 troops + 2 crew)
Multi-functional and durable cabin flooring
Two jettisonable cockpit doors
Dual sliding cabin doors and windows
Active vibration control
Automatic main rotor blade fold
Tail pylon fold
Foldable stabilator
Built-in work platforms, engine cowlings and hydraulic deck
External rescue hoist
Hover Infra-Red Suppressor System (HIRSS)
Integrated Health and Usage Monitoring System
9,000 lb (4,082 kg) cargo hook with enlarged cargo door

Cockpit
Enhanced Advanced Flight Control System (AFCS) with naval modules and coupled hover capability and tow couple
Four 8 X 10 inch (20.3 X 25.4 cm) full color, night vision device capable, sunlight readable, multi-function mission and flight displays
Fully integrated global position satellite unit
Inertial navigation system
Secure VHF/UHF communication
Satellite communication
Data link
FLIR/NVG capability

Powerplant and fuel system
Two Fully marinized T700GE-401C engines
One auxiliary power unit
Fuel dump
Internal fuel tanks, 360 gallons (1,363 liters)
Hover In-Flight Refueling (HIFR)

Rotor and drive system
Automatic main rotor blade fold
Dual redundant and isolated flight controls
Rotor brake
Transmission and drive system
Ballistically tolerant transmission and drive system

Electrical
Electronic support measures
Integrated avionics with 1553 data bus
Environmental control system
Source : http://www.sikorsky.com/Pages/Products/Military/SeaHawk/MH60S.aspx

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