Vietnam Huey Helicopter Taking Off, Flying, Landing UH-1 25th Infantry Division - YouTube

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Vietnam Huey Helicopter Taking Off, Flying, Landing UH-1 25th Infantry Division

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Uploaded on Oct 10, 2008

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The purpose of this video is to help pictorially document the basic UH-1D and UH-1H helicopter as they were in the 1960's, flying in Vietnam. For those who were associated with these aircraft it's an opportunity to see and hear it again. For helicopter aficionados who are interested in the Huey, I hope you enjoy the video. In country, there were many add-ons, or equipment that was slipped in, or attached, to enhance the mission. After Vietnam there were some modifications to Army UH-1H's, such as wire strike kits, two antenna mounts on the nose, painting the cockpit black, and adding some small exterior lights for its new night vision role. Except for some slight changes, this aircraft now looks as it did in 1969. Two VHF radios and a new transponder have been added to the center console. The original radios remain. A white VHF antenna was added to the top of the aircraft, and an ELT was added so that it can fly in today's world. The nose mounted pitot tube was recently relocated to the roof. Except for Dustoff, every Huey had M-60's or greater.

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