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Breaking News: The First-Ever Photo of a Stealthy Black Hawk Aircraft Revealed

We are constantly searching for more information about the elusive stealthy Black Hawk helicopters used by the U.S. military. A new image has surfaced showing a modified EH-60 variant of the Black Hawk that is believed to have a connection to the unique Black Hawks used in the Bin Laden raid and the stealthy Black Hawk design concepts from the 1970s.

This image appears to have been taken at Fort Eustis in Virginia, where the Flight Concepts Division (FCD), now known as the Aviation Technology Office (ATO), is responsible for developing the U.S. Army’s most advanced and secretive rotary-wing capabilities.

While the picture does not contain any information about any specific program associated with the helicopter, it reveals some notable modifications to the nose, the “doghouse,” the engine intakes, exhausts, and rotor hub, which all seem to be designed to reduce its radar signature.

Although the helicopter in the image is an EH-60 variant, it’s not clear if it is an EH-60A or EH-60L version, both of which carried versions of the AN/ALQ-151 Quick Fix system capable of intercepting hostile electronic emissions and providing direction-finding information to locate the source.

The location where the image was taken is unknown, but it appears to be a desert location in the American southwest, where aviation test facilities, such as Area 51 and the Tonopah Test Range Airport, are situated.

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