Sikorsky S-70 Blackhawk - Australian Army

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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:341774
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Geometry:Polygonal
Polygons:14,351
Vertices:16,761
Textures:Yes
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Unknown
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Description
Description

This is a detailed, light weight model of the Sikorsky UH60 Blackhawk - As commissioned by the Australian Army. Textures included.

Textures

Photoshop texture templates included. Single UV unwrapped map in layers easy to change. Bump and Color maps included. Resolution of textures 2048x2048.

History

The S-70 family was developed to meet a US Army requirement to replace the venerable UH-1 Iroquois family of utility medium-lift helicopters in 1972. Three prototypes were constructed, the first (YUH-60A) flying in October 1974, and evaluated against a Bo eing-Vertol design., the YUH-61 The S-70 was selected for production and entered service as the UH-60A Black Hawk with the US Army in 1979. In the late 1980s the model was upgraded to the UH-60L (first production aircraft 89-29179) which featured more power and lift with the upgrade to the -701C model of the GE engines.

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