Lockheed Martin has released a new video of their heavy lift CH-53K King Stallion helicopter. The clip purports to show the USMC helicopter flying in formation, and it does, just very briefly.
The rest of the video consists of the clean-sheet (but similar in appearance) CH-53K in action flying through the sky, firing self-defense flares, etc. The big bird will eventually replace the CH-53E Super Stallion.
Called a Sikorsky CH-53K Formation Flight Video, this is really more just a montage of action shots of the new CH-53K King Stallion.
Image and video courtesy Lockheed Martin
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