HSL-42 Proud Warriors SH-60b Model
Fly again with the HSL-42 Proud Warriors in this SH-60B carved from Mahogany and carefully painted to provide a treasure piece of art for your family, office and goat locker.
Length – 16 inches
Proud Warriors, tail code HN flew the SH-60B Seahawk from 1984
From 2008 they also operated UAVs MQ-8B Fire Scout
During 2012 they transitioned to the MH-60R Seahawk
HSL-42 were disestablished January 15, 2013 at NAS Jacksonville Hangar 1122 and, at the same ceremony, redesignated as HSM-72
HSM-72 Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron Seven-Two, also known as Proud Warriors is a helicopter squadron of the United States Navy based at Naval Air Station Jacksonville. The Proud Warriors are a part of Carrier Air Wing Seven and deploy aboard the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75).
HSM-72 was established on 15 January 2013 at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, when the squadron was re-designated HSM-72 from their previous designation of Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light Four Two (HSL-42). The change reflected their transition from employing the SH-60B to the MH-60R, as well as from a detachment-based, expeditionary squadron to its realignment in support of a carrier air wing. As part of this transition, then-HSL-42 relocated to NAS Jacksonville from their previous home of Naval Station Mayport.