Bell Huey UH-1F Plane Tag

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Bell Helicopters was the winner of a 1963 United States Air Force competition for a support helicopter for use on its missile bases. The resulting UH-1F had the shorter cabin of the "Bravo" Huey, but with a longer tail boom, rotor and transmission. The iconic aircraft of the Vietnam War with the distinctive "wop-wop" of the Huey's rotor blades stirs the memories of the generation that came of age during the turbulent 1960s.

The UH-1F was introduced into the USAF inventory in February 1964. The USAF took delivery of 119 Huey with production ending in 1967. Many of the aircraft served in southeast Asia with the 20th Special Operations Squadron and some were converted to the armed UH-1P configuration. 

BELL HUEY UH-1F | SERIAL #: 66-1222 



  • Manufacturer: Bell Helicopter

  • Designation: UH-1F

  • Serial #: 66-1222

  • Length: 41' 5"

  • Height: 4' 7"

  • Rotor Span: 44'

  • Crew: 2 to 4

  • Payload: 10 Troops, 4 Stretchers or 3,880 lbs of Cargo

  • Range: 350 miles

  • Cruise Speed: 125 mph

  • Max Speed: 138 mph

  • Ceiling: 15,000 ft

  • Armament: Two .50 Cal Guns/Rockets

Caution: Not recommended for children under 8 years of age. This product contains chemical-based paint which may cause respiratory irritation if ingested or inhaled in large quantities. Keep out of mouth.




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