Bell UH-1 "HUEY HOG" US Army Vietnam
The Bell UH-1 Iroquois - better know as the Huey - gained fame when it was used by the American forces in the Vietnam War of the sixties. It became an irreplaceable piece of modern battlefield equipment that saw rescue, troop transport and armed escort duty. When the heavy machine guns, rocket pods and nose mounted grenade launcher were introduced, the UH-1B and C received the nickname "Huey Hog". It was also flown by the Marine Corps as the UH-1E.
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Bell UH-1E Huey, HML-267, U.S.marines Corps, Vietnam 1965.
Bell UH-1C Huey, "Vikings", armed (Gunship) Platoon, 121st Assault helikopter Company, 13th Combat Aviation Battalion, U.S.Army, Soc Trang base, South Vietnam, 1967.
Aantal onderdelen; 76.
- lengte 252 mm
- Rotordiameter; 277 mm.
- Structurally detailed surfaces
- Detailed interior with instrument panel
- Pilot figures
- Seat and ammunition chest
- Representation of engine
- Movable main and tail rotors
- 2 rocket pods
- 4 external MGs with cartridge belt
- Optional undernose grenade launcher
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