Title: Bell UH-1 Iroquois

The ubiquitous Bell UH-1 “Huey” is probably the most well-known helicopter both visually, following its service in Viet Nam and appearance in news telecasts and numerous films, and aurally, with it’s distinctive “whump whump” sound.

The UH-1 was the winner of a US Army contest for a utility helicopter and first flew in 1958. It was in continuous production for over 20 years and has been evolved into so many variants that it has almost run through the alphabet. There are two main cabin configurations, single and twin-engined variants, and the latest variants have new four-bladed rotors.

This title contains four flight manuals for US Army and US Marine versions of UH-1 series of military helicopters.



This title contains:

  • US Navy NATOPS Flight Manual for the UH/HH-1N, NAVAIR 01-11-HCE-1 dated 1-4-95 revised to 1-6-97, Approx 581 pages.
  • US Army Operators Manual for the EH-1H/X Helicopter TM 55-1520-247-10 dated 5-11-83 approx 326 pages.
  • US Army Operators Manual for the UH-1H/V Helicopter TM 55-1520-210-10 dated 15-2-88 approx 444 pages.
  • US Navy NATOPS Flight Manual for the UH-1Y, NAVAIR 01-11-HCG-1 dated 15-4-09, Approx 962 pages.