Del'd: 50 - 1971 to 1997


Canadian Armed Forces CH-135 Twin Huey

The Bell 212 (american designation UH-1N) provided the Canadian Forces with the capabilities for both tactical and VIP transport, search and rescue, drug interdiction and aid-to-civil-power. They have been used extensively on United Nations peacekeeping missions in Central America, Somalia and Haiti. Initially known as the CUH-1N, the CH-135 were replaced by the CH-146 Griffon with the last one of them being retired by July 1997. Survivors acquired by the US government and transferred to Colombia Army Aviation and National Police

Also used in Sinai Egypt on Peace keeping mission with MFO

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YearsUnitsbold : Current base of the Unit
1993/96444 Squadron Goose Bay
1991/97450 THSCFB St. Hubert
CUUP - Ottawa Macdonald Cartier
1986/90RWAUEG El Gorah
1971/97427 Squadron Petawawa
1971/96408 Squadron CFB Edmonton
1971/95430 Squadron Valcartier Lecomte Heliport
422 Squadron Gagetown

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