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HH-1N / UH-1N Iroquois
Service: Navy and Marine
helicopter, used for search 'n' rescue, command and
control and maritime special operations missions.
Mission: The HH-1N Iroquois helicopter is used by the Navy for shore-based search and rescue duties. The UH-1N Iroquois is used by the Marine Corps to provide all-weather, day-or-night airborne command, control and coordination for assault support operations. Additionally, it is used for assault transport and maritime special operations, forward air control, aeromedical evacuation of casualties from the field and tactical recovery of aircraft and personnel missions.
Background: The H-1 family
of helicopters, popularly known as the Huey, is the most
successful military helicopter ever produced more
than 16,000 have been produced since 1956. Originating
from a 1955 U.S. Army contract for a medical evacuation
helicopter, the first Navy/Marine Corps Iroquois
variant, the UH-1E, was first procured in 1964.
Deliveries of the current version, the HH/UH-1N, began in
1971. The last, and newest, UH-1N was delivered in
January 1979. Both the Navy HH-1N fleet and the UH-1N
fleet are scheduled to start being replaced by the UH-1Y
in March 2008. The UH-1N could be in the fleet until 2014
when the last UH-1Y is delivered.
UH1N Iroquois are fielded in
Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadrons, or HMLAs, along
with the AH-1W SuperCobra. Detachments from the HMLAs are
deployed as part of Marine Expeditionary Units to support
ship-based amphibious exercises and operations.
Primary Function: Utility
and transport helicopter
Credits: US Navy
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