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Helicopter UH-1C of the 174th AHC gun platoon 1/72 BUILT MODELS EASY MODEL EM39318

Helicopter UH-1C of the 174th AHC gun platoon 1/72 BUILT MODELS EASY MODEL EM39318
Helicopter UH-1C of the 174th AHC gun platoon 1/72 BUILT MODELS EASY MODEL EM39318
Helicopter UH-1C of the 174th AHC gun platoon 1/72 BUILT MODELS EASY MODEL EM39318
Helicopter UH-1C of the 174th AHC gun platoon 1/72 BUILT MODELS EASY MODEL EM39318
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Helicopter UH-1C of the 174th AHC gun platoon 1/72 BUILT MODELS EASY MODEL EM39318
Helicopter UH-1C of the 174th AHC gun platoon 1/72 BUILT MODELS EASY MODEL EM39318
Helicopter UH-1C of the 174th AHC gun platoon 1/72 BUILT MODELS EASY MODEL EM39318
Helicopter UH-1C of the 174th AHC gun platoon 1/72 BUILT MODELS EASY MODEL EM39318
Helicopter UH-1C of the 174th AHC gun platoon 1/72 BUILT MODELS EASY MODEL EM39318

Helicopter UH-1C of the 174th AHC gun platoon
1/72 
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Easy Model EM39318
Manufacturer: Easy Model

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Scale: 1/72
Material: Plastic
Condition: New in Box
 

The Bell UH-1 Iroquois (unofficially Huey) is a military helicopterpowered by a single turboshaft engine, with a two-bladed main rotor and tail rotor. The helicopter was developed by Bell Helicopter to meet theUnited States Army's requirement for a medical evacuation and utility helicopter in 1952, and first flew on 20 October 1956. Ordered into production in March 1960, the UH-1 was the first turbine-powered helicopter to enter production for the United States military, and more than 16,000 have been produced worldwide.The first combat operation of the UH-1 was in the service of the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. The original designation of HU-1 led to the helicopter's nickname of Huey.In September 1962, the designation was changed to UH-1, but "Huey" remained in common use. Approximately 7,000 UH-1 aircraft saw service in Vietnam.n 1952, the Army identified a requirement for a new helicopter to serve as medical evacuation (MEDEVAC), instrument trainer and general utility aircraft. The Army determined that current helicopters were too large, underpowered, or were too complex to maintain easily. In November 1953, revised military requirements were submitted to the Department of the Army. Twenty companies submitted designs in their bid for the contract, including Bell Helicopter with the Model 204 and Kaman Aircraft with a turbine-powered version of the H-43. On 23 February 1955, the Army announced its decision, selecting Bell to build three copies of the Model 204 for evaluation, designated as the XH-40.The helicopter quickly developed a nickname derived from its designation of HU-1, which came to be pronounced as "Huey". The reference became so popular that Bell began casting the name on the helicopter's anti-torque pedals.The official U.S. Army name was almost never used in practice.After September 1962, the designation for all models was changed to UH-1 under a unified Department of Defense (DOD) designation system, but the nickname remained.Bell commenced development of the UH-1C in 1960, to correct aerodynamic deficiencies of the armed UH-1B. Bell fitted the UH-1C with a 1,100 shp (820 kW) T53-L-11 engine to provide the power needed to lift all weapons systems in use or under development. The Army would eventually refit all UH-1B aircraft with the same engine. A new rotor system was developed for the UH-1C to allow higher air speeds and reduce the incidence of retreating blade stall during diving engagements. The improved rotor resulted in better maneuverability and a slight speed increase.

UH-1 Iroquois
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U.S. Army Bell UH-1D Iroquois
Role Utility helicopter
Manufacturer Bell Helicopter
First flight 20 October 1956 (XH-40)
Introduction 1959
Status Production completed, in service
Primary users United States Army
Japan Ground Self-Defense Force
Australian Army
See Operators section for others
Produced 1956–1986
Number built >16,000

 

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