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Sikorsky MH-60A "Velcro Hawk"
Task Force 3/160 SOAR

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83-23839 later Op. "Gothic Serpent", Mogadishu 1993 - "Iron Maiden" 
83-23853 later Op. "Gothic Serpent", Mogadishu 1993 - "Bat Copter" 
83-23882 later Op. "Gothic Serpent", Mogadishu 1993 - "Black Widow" 
83-23887 later Op. "Gothic Serpent", Mogadishu 1993 - "Super 65"/"Heavy Metal" 
83-23908   
83-23924 later Op. "Gothic Serpent", Mogadishu 1993 - "Texas Express" 
84-23983 ex Op. Prime Chance 
84-23997   
84-24000 later Op. "Gothic Serpent", Mogadishu 1993 - "The Liberator" 
84-24010 ex Op. Prime Chance, later Op. "Gothic Serpent", Mogadishu 1993 - "Bounty Hunter" 
85-24395 later Op. "Gothic Serpent", Mogadishu 1993 - "The Predator" 

Sikorsky MH-60L
Task Force 3/160 SOAR

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89-26179   
89-26184 later Op. "Gothic Serpent", Mogadishu 1993 - "Flatliner" 
89-26185   
89-26186 later Op. "Gothic Serpent", Mogadishu 1993 - "Super 62"/"Rude Dude" 
89-26188 later Op. "Gothic Serpent", Mogadishu 1993 - "Super 64"/"Venom" 
89-26189   
90-26248   
90-26251 MH-60L DAP, w/o 21/02/1991 
90-26257 later Op. "Gothic Serpent", Mogadishu 1993 - "Super 63"/"Grim Reaper" 
90-26258   
90-26276 later Op. "Gothic Serpent", Mogadishu 1993 - "Dirty Deeds" 
90-26285   
90-26286   
90-26287   
90-26288 later Op. "Gothic Serpent", Mogadishu 1993 - "Super 68"/"Razor Edge" 
90-26289   
90-26290   
90-26293   

Sikorsky MH-60K
Task Force 3/160 SOAR

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89-26194   

NOTE:

These tables are not complete, as with every SpecOps unit, the information is close to nothing ...
There should be 30 MH-60As, but I was able to find only a few serials.
The MH-60L/Ks were still in test phase, the IOC was during 1992.
The exact number or serial numbers of deployed MH-60s is not known (yet).

NOTE FOR MODELLERS:

MH-60A/Ls were equipped with:

- FLIR mounted under the nose in the center
- HIRSS installed on engine exhausts
- either M60s or M-134s in the front cabin windows
- sometimes they carried extra cabin fuel tanks
- foldable squared off tail stabiliser