Del'd: 10 - 1968 to 1995





Canadian Armed Forces CH-118 Iroquois

Ten single engine Hueys were bought in 1968 to provide light transport for the Canadian Army. They were used by the Air Force at various bases to provide a general support and search-and-rescue ability. All CH-118s were replaced by the Bell CH-146 Griffon in the mid 1990s


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C/NBuiltID     In this OrganisationIn other Org

    3213     118101: RCAF 101. preserved National Air Force Museum of Canada at T+
    3214     118102: RCAF 102. to civ as N81453
    3215     118103: RCAF 103
    3216     118104: RCAF 104
    3217     118105: RCAF 105
    3218     118106: RCAF 106. tiger cammo
    3219     118107: RCAF 107. w/o 02jan76
    3220     118108: RCAF 108. to civ as N4328G
    3221     118109: RCAF 109. tail to 118105
    3222     118110: RCAF 110. green cammo

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