A combination of the Army’s UH-60L Black Hawk and the Navy’s SH-60B Seahawk, the MH-60S Knighthawk meets a US Navy requirement for a fleet combat support aircraft. It offers the best of both worlds - a large cabin in which to carry passengers or cargo and unique naval capabilities that allow it to perform transport and vertical replenishment duties. It possesses the older Seahawk’s automatic rotor blade folding system and folding tail pylon, but has a glass cockpit whereby flight data is projected on four digital screens rather than traditional gauges and dials. The MH-60S was developed after the Navy’s decision to phase out the CH-46 Sea Knight. Manned by a crew of four (pilot, copilot, and two crewmen), the MH-60S flies in Helicopter Sea Combat units.