S-58/H-34 Choctaw

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H-34 Choctaw

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Role Medium-lift Transport
Manufacturer Sikorsky, Augusta
RL First Flight 8 March 1954
RL Introduction 1954
SL First Flight Jan. 2021
SL Introduction TBD

The S-58/H-34, code named Choctaw by the U.S Army, is piston-engined medium-lift transport helicopter that was first introduced in 1954. It has seen use in the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Army as well as in the armed forces of 25 other countries. Rolls include transport, search and rescue, anti-submarine warfare and VIP transport.

This virtual S-58/H-34 from Shergood Aviation is packed with features including:

  • Shergood Flight System
  • Compatible with GTFO
  • OnBoard system allows crew to walk around cabin in flight
  • Fully functioning cockpit
  • Nearly 100 functioning switches/knobs
  • Start sequence based on (and nearly identical to) the RL Choctaw
  • Three fuel tanks with gravity refueling systems
  • Separate fluid levels for main transmission, tail rotor, and intermediate gearboxes
  • Two separate hydraulic systems with independent fluid tracking and monitoring instruments
  • Replaceable components with separately tracked service times
  • Maintenance Workbench
  • Rescue hoist system
  • Simulated failures
  • AFCS (Autopilot)
  • VOR Navigation
  • Instrument Approaches

Master Contents

  1. General
  2. Systems
  3. Avionics
  4. Limits
  5. Weight and Balance
  6. Normal Procedures
  7. Emergency Procedures
  1. Servicing
  2. Mission Equipment
  3. Maintenance and Diagnostics
  4. SL Features
  5. Appendices
  6. Painting Resources

  • Aircraft research, model parameter tuning, SL aircraft feature design and curation, aircraft testing - Tsukino Usagi
  • Mesh - Sylvira Halcyon
  • Sounds - Lorin Tone
  • Scripting - Kelly Shergood