Das Modell HH-60J U.S. Coast Guard im Maßstab 1:48 hat eine Länge von ca. 411 mm.
Decals for 3 versions
The Sikorsky HH-60J "Jayhawk" was identified by the United States Coast Guard - replacing the old and glorious HH-3F Pelican - for search and rescue, maritime patrols, and environmental protection missions. The "Jayhawk" is basically and directly derived from the robust, flexible and highly reliable SH-60 Seahawk used in a huge number by the United States Navy and embarked on all major units of the fleet.
The HH-60J Jayhawk is able to fly a crew of four people, in addition to other 6 additional people on board.
The HH-60J is normally based on land but it can be also based on the U.S. Coast Guard Cutters. Thanks to its main powerplant, formed by 2 General Electric T700 gas turbines able to provide 1,410 Kw each, the "Jayhawk" is able to reach a maximum speed of 330 Km/h and a cruiser speed of 250 Km/h.