The Bell UH-1D Iroquois (nicknamed “Huey”) is a turbine powered, utility military helicopter designed and produced for the United States army during the 1950s. The UH-1D Huey saw first combat operations during the Vietnam War in 1962. The Huey fulfilled various roles on the battlefield such as search and rescue, ground attack missions carrying a variety of weapons, as well its main role transporting troops in and out of the battlefield.
Manned by a crew of 4, including 2 door gunners, the UH-1D saw combat deployments with various nation’s armed forces such as the British forces during the Falklands War, US forces during the War in Afghanistan, and Lebanese Army in various roles and combat missions.
Dragon 1/35 UH-1D Huey w/ 4 Crew Figures, features:
- Detailed hull assembly with finely reproduced rivets and panel lines.
- Fully detailed interior featuring complete cockpit and rear troop compartment.
- Side doors can be assembled as open or closed.
- 4 crew figures for pilot, copilot, and 2 door gunners.
- Detailed clear plastic parts for the windshield and doors
- Finely reproduced M60 side machine guns.
- New prepainted PE parts including instrument panel, seatbelts, and shoulder harnesses.
- Additional 1 PE fret.
- New Cartograf decals for 6 US helicopters painted in Olive Drab.