BELL HUEY II

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The legacy continues

With the Huey II kit upgrade, Bell refurbishes the UH-1H basic airframe to OEM standards, upgrades dynamic components, provides a complete rewire package and updates to avionics, and offers a selection of mission-specific kits and customizations. There are more than 300 Huey IIs operating in 14 countries with more than 1.2 million flight hours in military and para-public missions.
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CLICK AND DRAG AIRCRAFT

1+11

Capacity

106

Speed

251

Range

Strategic reach

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Range is the maximum VFR range of the aircraft traveling at Long Range Cruise speed with all passenger seats occupied.

Hover Performance

15,200

In Ground Effect

5,330

Out of Ground Effect
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Missions

Air Assault / Air Mobility
Seating capacity of up to 14 passengers, the Huey II has the capacity to provide tactical and administrative aerial mobility.
Special Operations
A stable platform to conduct aerial sniper, rappel, and paradrop operations, the Huey II has the size and useful load capability to support most all standard and non-standard civil, para-military and military utility missions.
Combat Search & Rescue
The Huey II cockpit, crewmember and passenger windows provide a wide field-of-view to aid in the search and rescue of isolated, missing, or injured personnel.
Humanitarian Assistance / Disaster Relief
Maintaining an operations friendly maintenance schedule resulting in a decreased cost per flight hour, the Huey II is the most economical and versatile medium lift solution for Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief operations.
Seating capacity of up to 14 passengers, the Huey II has the capacity to provide tactical and administrative aerial mobility.
A stable platform to conduct aerial sniper, rappel, and paradrop operations, the Huey II has the size and useful load capability to support most all standard and non-standard civil, para-military and military utility missions.
The Huey II cockpit, crewmember and passenger windows provide a wide field-of-view to aid in the search and rescue of isolated, missing, or injured personnel.
Maintaining an operations friendly maintenance schedule resulting in a decreased cost per flight hour, the Huey II is the most economical and versatile medium lift solution for Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief operations.
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Features

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TekFusion Global Weapons Management System

The Huey II has options for a scalable weapons management system that ranges from entry level gun and rocket systems to a digital glass cockpit. The TFG WMS reduces pilot workload for weapons targeting and deployment. The system includes built-in safety mechanisms to ensure the weapons system and ensures seamless coordination between the WMS and the PATHFINDER™ Mission Management System.
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TekFusion Global PATHFINDER™ Mission Management System

A customizable tool created from tactical and special operations experience, the MMS enables easy user navigation and seamless command and control of mission execution. The intuitive interface and advanced system enhance operational efficiency while reducing pilot workload. Target locations and ranges can be passed from PATHFINDER™ to an optional digital Weapons Management System. Launch Acceptable Regions (LAR) or Weapons Engagement Zones (WEZ) can be displayed on the PATHFINDER™ moving map.
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CFD International Huey Ordnance Stores System

The CFD International design is a flexible, precision-engineered weapon stores system for combat aircraft. It is a low maintenance design with quick disconnect features to enable easy installation and removal of various mission kits such as munitions and external auxiliary fuel tanks. The modularity of the HOSS - integrates high-capacity ammunition magazines with two to four weapons stations plus a pintle mount simultaneously. The HOSS enables the versatility to deploy 2.75 inch rockets, precision -guided missiles, light torpedoes and to fixed forward 7.62 and/or .50 caliber crew-served and mini-guns guns.
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Advanced EO/IR Sensor

Complete with both visible and infrared sensors, the EO/IR enables long-range, accurate identification of targets to pinpoint threats at a distance and degraded weather, day or night. The EO/IR can be integrated into and displayed directly onto the cockpit Multi-Function Displays (MFD) when equipped with the Bell Basix Pro avionics system or a federated display.
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Survivability Features

Purpose built for tactical operations, the Huey-II features armored pilot seats, ballistic-tolerant main rotor blades, a self-sealing fuel system and an exhaust infrared suppression system. The Huey II utilizes durable, modern components to operate in any tactical environment. Easily equipped with sensor detection of small firearms to air missile defense with the use of defensive countermeasures, the armed Huey II is designed to ensure safety in any mission.

Specifications

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Performance
  • Max Cruise
    106 kts | 196 km/h
  • VNE
    111 kias | 206 km/h
  • Range at VLRC*
    246 nm | 455 km
  • Max Endurance*
    2.6 hrs
  • Service Ceiling ( Pressure Altitude )
    16,210 ft | 4,940 m
  • IGE Hover Ceiling
    15,200 ft | 4,633 m
  • OGE Hover Ceiling
    5,330 ft | 1,625 m
*Max GW, ISA, Std fuel – no reserves, sea level / ISA
Capacities
  • Standard Seating
    1 + 12
  • High Density Seating
    1 + 14
  • Aux Fuel ( Optional )
    150 US gal | 568 litres
  • Cabin Volume
    220 ft³ | 6.2 m³
  • Standard Fuel
    211 US gal | 799 litres
  • Empty Weight (Standard Configuration)
    5,627 lbs | 2,552 kg
  • Useful Load (Internal, Standard Configuration)
    4,873 lbs | 2,210 kg
  • Max Gross Weight (Internal)
    10,500 lbs | 4,763 kg
  • Max Gross Weight (External)
    11,200 lbs | 5,080 kg
  • Cargo Hook Capacity
    5,000 lbs | 2,268 kg
Powerplant
  • Takeoff
    1,800 SHP
  • Max Continuous
    1,350 shp | 1,007 kW
Avionics
COMMUNICATION
Intercommunication System NAT 301 065 (A 301) – 4 Station
VHF / NAV #1 & #2 KX-165A (Honeywell)
UHF - KTR-909 (Honeywell)
Control Head - KFS-599A (Honeywell)

NAVIGATION
ADF – KR-87 (Honeywell)
Compass – KCS-55A (Honeywell)
GPS – KLN-900 (Honeywell)
Transponder – KT-76C (Honeywell)

OTHER
ELT - A406 - 2HM (Artex)

INSTRUMENT PANEL AND INDICATORS
Airspeed, Altitude, Altimeter, Attitude, VVI
Radar Altimeter - KRA-405, KNI-416 (Honeywell)
HSI - KI-525 Pilot/ KI-825 Co-Pilot (Honeywell)
RMI - KI-229 (Honeywell)
Turn and Slip
Center
Dual Tachometer (Nr & Nf)
Torque
Tachometer (Ng)
Exhaust Gas Temperature
Engine Oil Pressure & Temperature
Transmission Oil Pressure & Temperature
Fuel Pressure
Fuel Quantity

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