US Navy hands over two MH-60R Helicopter to Indian Navy

United States Navy handed over the first two Sikorsky MH-60R multi-role helicopters to the Indian Navy at Naval Air Station, North Island, San Diego

July 17, 2021 Photo(s): By U.S. Navy Photo by MC2(SW/AW) Sara Eshleman
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Hamid Salim, Vice President, Sikorsky Maritime & Mission Systems: “The delivery of the first two MH-60R Romeo helicopters to the Indian Navy marks the beginning of a new era of collaboration and partnership between the United States Navy, the Indian Navy and Sikorsky. We are committed to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the United States Navy to support the Indian Naval Forces in the future through capability upgrades and sustainment as the aircraft transitions to the Indian Navy.”

William L. Blair, Vice President and Chief Executive, Lockheed Martin India: “MH-60R is the most advanced maritime multi-mission helicopter in operation - deployed globally, and its mission performance by far, second to none. We appreciate the tremendous confidence placed in Team Seahawk by the Indian Navy through their selection of the Romeo. We stand committed to making this program a tremendous success in partnership with the United States Navy and the Indian Navy.”