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US Special Forces MH-X (MH60-X) Stealth Blackhawk military transport helicopter. Single 2048 x 2048 texture page. PSD texture also available on request. Model includes basic interior.
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Texture Res: Single 2048 x 2048
Stealth Helicopter MH-X Advanced Special Operations Helicopter
On 1 May 2011, the United States announced that it had launched an operation into Pakistan from Afghanistan to apprehend Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. Bin Laden was killed during the operation, reported to have been conducted by members of the Naval Special Warfare Development Group (DEVGRU; commonly referred to by an older title, Seal Team Six). The Naval Special Warfare operators were reported to have been inserted and/or extracted by elements of the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne). During the raid, it was reported that one of the force's MH-60 helicopters was damaged and had to be destroyed in place. The remnants of the helicopter were later recovered and moved from the site by the Pakistani military. Subsequent pictures of the wreckage suggested that the helicopter might have in fact been a new type or a highly modified existing type, possibly incorporating stealth technology. The features on the wrecked tail rotor could also have been for noise reduction purposes. The photographs of the wreckage also suggested a silver infra-red suppressant finish, similar to that used on fixed wing stealth aircraft such as the F-22, had been applied.