List of Bell UH-1 Iroquois operators

Summary

Canadian Forces Base Rescue Moose Jaw CH-118 Iroquois helicopters at CFB Moose Jaw, 1982
A map displaying current Bell UH-1 Iroquois operators in blue, with former operators in red.

This page is a list of countries which have used or are current users of the Bell UH-1 Iroquois or are military users of the Bell 204 and 205, along with their military units.

Operators

Afghanistan

Albania

Argentine Hueys (without rotors) during the Falklands War

Argentina

Brazil

Bolivia

Bosnia and Herzegovinia

Burkina Faso

Chile

Colombia

Costa Rica

Dominican Republic

El Salvador

Eswatini

Ethiopia

Georgia

Greece

Guatemala

Honduras

Indonesian Army Aviation Bell 205

Indonesia

Iraq

Italy

A Japanese UH-1H used by the JGSDF during a public exhibition of soldiers fast roping.

Japan

Kenya

Laos

Lebanon

Morocco

North Macedonia

Oman

Pakistan

Panama

Paraguay

Philippines

Saudi Arabia

A Korean Army UH-1B

South Korea

Republic of China (Taiwan)

Thailand

Turkey

Uganda

A USAF HH-1H Huey hovers over the water during search and rescue training mission.

United States

Uruguay

Venezuela

Vietnam

Yemen

Zambia

Former operators

Argentina

Australia

An Australian Army UH-1 in 2005

Austria

Cambodia

Canada

Canadian Forces Base Flight Cold Lake CH-118 Iroquois helicopter at CFB Cold Lake, January 1992

Ethiopia

Germany

Indonesia

Indonesian Bell 204B at Dirgantara Mandala Museum

Israel

Italy

Jamaica

Jordan

Netherlands

New Zealand

Royal New Zealand Air Force UH-1s in 2008

Norway

Papua New Guinea

Peru

  • Peruvian Air Force: 11 UH-1D delivered in 1965 plus one UH-1H later delivered. At least one UH-1D converted to UH-1H standard.[60]

Rhodesia

Singapore

Kingdom of Laos

South Korea

South Vietnam

Spain

Suriname

Sweden

Designation helikopter (hkp) 3. Models: A (original engine), B (better engine), C (bigger rotor).

Thailand

Uganda

United States

Zimbabwe

See also

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Bibliography

  • Gunston, Bill, An Illustrated Guide to Military Helicopters, Salamander Books, London 1981. ISBN 978-0-86101110-0

External links

  • Bell UH-1 photos at Airliners.net website