Country of Origin: USA.
Also Known As: "Huey"
Similar Aircraft: UH-1N Model 212, OH-58 Kiowa, Lynx, Hirundo A109.
Role: Utility transport (seven equipped troops).
Armament: Missiles, rockets, machine guns.
Dimensions: Length: 42 ft (12.79 m). Rotor diameter: 48 ft (14.64 m).
The UH-1 Iroquois is a single-turbine-engine, single-rotor utility helicopter with a skid-type landing gear.
The UH-1 is used for aerial fire support, aerial command posts, light tactical transport, medical evacuation, and electronic surveillance.
Wings: Dual-blade main rotor mounted over the cabin.
Engine(s): One turboshaft on top rear of cabin.
Fuselage: Long, oval body, with tapered rear. Rounded nose. Stepped-up cockpit. Swell in center of cabin. Landing skids.
Tail: Mid-mounted, rectangular flats with square tips. Swept-back fin with rotor on the left.
Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bolivia, Brazil, Burma, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Finland,
Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Honduras, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Israel, Japan, Malta, Mexico, Morocco, New Zealand, North Yemen,
Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Somalia, South Korea, Spain, Suriname,
Taiwan, Tanzania, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay, USA, Venezuela, North Yemen, Zambia.
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