U.S. Navy helicopters and D-M units conduct joint training

Starting Sept. 12 three U.S. Navy MH-60S Knighthawk helicopters will emporary train here and develop skills necessary to support our nations defenses. The MH-60S airframe is similar to the HH-60 Pave Hawk, which is stationed here.

The MH-60S are coming from the Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 23 out of Naval Air Station North Island, San Diego, Calif.

The MH-60S crews will be participating in joint training with A-10 Thunderbolt squadrons and Combat Search and Rescue units here.  The training scenarios will take place in southern Arizona's many outstanding military training ranges and will give the units a chance to test their skills and strengthen joint operations between the military services. The  MH-60S are slated to train here until Sept. 20.

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