Sikorsky SH-62 Sea Sergeant ASW Helicopter gallery

 

Sikorsky SH-62A Sea Sergeant ASW Helicopter

SH-62 Sea Sergeant 1

SH-62 Sea Sergeant 3

SH-62 Sea Sergeant 7


Sikorsky SH-62 Sea Sergeant technical illustrations

SH-62 Sea Sergeant 5

SH-62 Sea Sergeant undercarriage illustration.

SH-62 Sea Sergeant Cockpit 1

Cockpit of an SH-62A Sea Sergeant. Though the SH-62 was a fairly modern helicopter when it was introduced, its cockpit was decidedly old fashioned, with a prevalence of analog gauges and only one MFT for the pilot and copilot. This was addressed in later models.

Honeywell mk53 Kraken1

The Honeywell mk53 Kraken anti-submarine torpedo, four of which could be carried by the Sea Sergeant.


Sikorsky HH-62D Supply Sergeant medium lift transport helicopter.

UH-62 Supply Sergeant

The Supply Sergeant was recognizable by the aft-set engines and tail rotor mounted on the right side of the tail, as opposed to the left side as seen on the Sea Sergeant.

 


 

 

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Original artwork by: Shoji Kawamori, Miyatake Kazutaka, Haruhiko Mikimoto and Hidetaka Tenjin; Tim Wing

Acknowledgement is extended to the work of Egan Loo and the Macross Compendium. Egan Loo is given all credit for all quotes and paraphrasing of the Macross Compendiumthat has been utilized in this publication.

Images Courtesy of Chad Wilson (Marchly) and the Macross Mecha Manual. Chad Wilson is given all credit for all images from the Macross Mecha Manual that have been utilized in this publication.

Acknowledgement is extended to Peter Walker, Pieter Thomassen and Robert Morgenstern of the unofficial Robotech Reference Guide. Peter Walker, Pieter Thomassen and Robert Morgenstern are given credit for all quotes and paraphrasing of the unofficial Robotech Reference Guide that has been utilized in this publication.

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