1962 to 2009





Helicopters

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The UH-1 Iroquois helicopter was officially retired in a ceremony held Oct 2, 2009 by the Army National Guard, ending a service life of more than 50 years to the Army and close to 40 years in the Army Guard.

For UH-1A/B/C See here

BuNos 60-6028 / 6034 : ( c/n 701 / 707 ) YHU-1D - YUH-1D from 1962
BuNos 62-2106 / 2113 : ( c/n 4001 / 4008 ) UH-1D
BuNos 62-12351 / 12372 : ( c/n 4009 / 4030 ) UH-1D
BuNos 63-8739 / 8859 : ( c/n 4031 / 4151 ) UH-1D
BuNos 63-12956 / 13002 : ( c/n 4152 / 4198 ) UH-1D
BuNos 64-13492 / 13901 : ( c/n 4199 / 4608 ) UH-1D
BuNos 65-9565 / 10135 : ( c/n 4609 / 5179 ) UH-1D
BuNos 65-10136 / 10315 : cancelled UH-1D
BuNos 65-12773 / 12776 : ( c/n 5180 / 5183 ) UH-1D
BuNos 65-12847 / 12852 : ( c/n 5184 / 5189 ) UH-1D
BuNos 65-12857 / 12895 : ( c/n 5190 / 5228 ) UH-1D
BuNos 66-0746 / 1210 : ( c/n 5229 / 5693) UH-1D
BuNos 66-8574 / 8577 : ( c/n 9339 / 9342 ) UH-1D. For Iran ?

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Guard retires UH-1 Huey after 50 years of service, 09-Oct-09 : FORT MYER, Va. by Sgt. 1st Class Jon Soucy - The UH-1 Iroquois helicopter was officially retired in a ceremony held here, Oct. 2 by the Army National Guard, ending a service life of more than 50 years to the Army and close to 40 years in the Army Guard.




Units


YearsUnitsbold : Current base of the Unit
2005/11Joint Multinational Readiness CenterDE Hohenfels
1989/911-183 AVN Gowen Field
1980/??501st AvnBn
1973/11121 MedCoFort Belvoir / Davison AAF
DE Hohenfels
1973/88205 AvCoDE Mainz Finthen
Lawson AAF / Fort Benning
1972/98112 MedCoBangor International Airport
1971/94Berlin BdeDE Berlin-Tempelhof
1967/86159 MedDetDE Fürth - Monteith Barracks
Lawson AAF / Fort Benning
VN Long Binh - Sanford AAF
VN Cu Chi base camp
1967/7145 MedCoVN Long Binh - Sanford AAF
Simmons Army Airfield / Fort Bragg
1966/70281th ASHVN Nha Trang
Lawson AAF / Fort Benning
??/0212th Avn BN Fort Belvoir / Davison AAF
70th TRANSDE Coleman Barracks
1-223 AVN Knox AHP / Fort Rucker
Cairns AAF / Fort Rucker



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