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Area51 - UH-1H Huey

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Compatible with: FSX and FS2004

The official name of this aircraft is the Iroquois. But early on, the Army's 2-letter designation for it was HU-1 for "Helicopter Utility". Thus it received the "Huey" even after it was changed to UH-1H.

Since 1956, more than 16,000 H-1s have been manufactured, making this the most successful military aircraft in history. In all, it has had a combined 27 million hours of flight.

The Huey was a familiar site in the Vietnam war. It has seen distinguished service for its role in transport, air-based battle command, troop deployment, fire fighting coordination, medical evac., search and rescue, armed escort, reconnaissance and others.

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Compatible with: FSX and FS2004

The official name of this aircraft is the Iroquois. But early on, the Army's 2-letter designation for it was HU-1 for "Helicopter Utility". Thus it received the "Huey" even after it was changed to UH-1H.

Since 1956, more than 16,000 H-1s have been manufactured, making this the most successful military aircraft in history. In all, it has had a combined 27 million hours of flight.

The Huey was a familiar site in the Vietnam war. It has seen distinguished service for its role in transport, air-based battle command, troop deployment, fire fighting coordination, medical evac., search and rescue, armed escort, reconnaissance and others.

This evacuation/medical version of the Huey was designed by Tolga Piskin.

Specifications

  • Main Rotor diameter: 48 ft
  • Tail Rotor diameter: 9 ft 2 in
  • Height: 15 ft 3 in
  • Wing span (pod to pod): 17 ft 2 in
  • Gross Weight: 15,075 lbs
  • Power: 2 x 1600 shp GE T700-GE-700C turbo
  • Range: 265 miles
  • Cruise Speed: 150 knots
  • Max Speed: 165 knots
  • Vertical climb: 1,775 ft/min
  • Max climb: 2,635 ft/min
  • Ceiling: 14,650 ft

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