UH-1H "Huey"
Date Updated: Saturday August 12, 2006


Technical Details | Service History |Current Status |Photos

US Army s/n

c/n

d/d                      

last noted, fate

notes

 

 

 

 

 

Some 110-plus  UH-1Hs, part of them upgraded UH-1Ds, considered with some certainty  to have been delivered to the PAF, including the latest batch of five UH-1Hs that were reported to have been supplied in 2001. Note that some aircraft received serials in PAF service that differed from their original US Army serials, perhaps because their last three digits clashed with others or because they originated from other sources than the United States.

 

 

 

 

 

63-8796

4088

 

01.97, 05.98

 

64-13716

4423

 

84, 01.97;

w/o 14.08.01

 

65-9570

4614

 

89, 01.97

 

65-9627

4671

 

sold and r/d 22.08.95 as N92535

PAF s/n 150

65-9746

4790

 

 

 

65-9787

4831

 

03.95

 

65-9981

5025

 

84

 

65-10120

5164

 

89;

120 w/o 21.02.99  when it crashed at Sitio Iponan, Bgy. Baikingon, Conitoan, Cagayan de Oro City, killing all four on board. The helicopter was on a flight from Cagayan de Oro to Zamboanga when it was forced to turn back to Camp Evangelista due to bad weather.

 

66-0860

5343

 

01.97

 

66-0890

5373

 

92

 First unit converted to Huey II standard.  In service 2004.  Assigned to the 505 ARG

66-0901

5384

 

01.97, 05.98

 

66-0956

5439

 

92, 01.97

 

66-1113

5596

 

92, 01.97

 

66-1190 (?)

5673

 

92

 

66-16224

5918

 

w/o 17.06.96

 

66-16281 (?)

5975

 

92

 

66-16328

8522

 

preserved at Museo Pambata (Children’s Museum), Manila, Roxas Blvd. 1996 (05.98, 02.99)

white c/s, RESCUE

66-16376

8570

 

 

 

66-16470

8664

 

03.95

PAF s/n 470 A

66-16485

8679

 

05.98

 

66-16544

8738

 

91, 01.97

 

66-16546

8740

 

 

 

66-16673

8867

 

12.92, 01.97

 

66-16684

8878

 

91, 01.97

 

66-16717

8911

 

91, 01.97 (damaged)

 

66-16794 (?)

8988

 

06.96

 

66-16817

9011

 

91, 05.98

 

66-16905

9099

 

 

 

66-16945

9139

 

 

 

66-16961

9155

 

01.97

 

66-17022

9216

 

05.98

 

66-17213

9411

 

01.97

 

67-17425 (?)

9623

 

01.97

 

67-17502

9700

 

92;

10.12.97 damaged or written off;

05.98 noted active

 

67-17764

9962

 

05.98

 

67-17775

9973

 

 

 

67-17828

10026

 

w/o 16.07.97;

but reportedly active 05.98 (wrong w/o candidate?)

 

68-15291

10221

 

80, 01.97

 

68-15292

10222

 

 

 

68-15293

10223

 

 

 

68-16125

10784

 

 

 

68-16373

11032

 

01.97

 

68-16456

11115

 

01.97

 

68-16457

11116

 

 

 

68-16458

11117

 

 

 

68-16536

11195

2001

w/o 26.08.02

PAF s/n 1627

68-16613

11272

 

 

 

69-15157

11445

 

80;

sold and r/d 22.08.95 as N92530

 

69-15167

11455

 

 

 

69-15259

11547

 

01.97

 

69-15270

11558

 

80

 

69-15355

11643

 

91

 

69-15457

11745

 

 

 

69-15458

11746

 

w/o 05.09.72 as 9458

 

69-15459

11747

 

 

 

69-15460

11748

 

80

 

69-15461

11749

 

 

 

69-15467

11755

 

 

 

69-15627

11915

 

91

 

69-16715

12292

 

80

 

69-16716

12293

 

80, 01.97

 

69-16724 (?)

12301

 

 

SVN, then PAF?

69-16725 (?)

12302

 

 

SVN, then PAF?

69-16726 (?)

12303

 

 

SVN, then PAF?

70-15767

12377

 

03.95

 

70-15931

12503

 

preserved Camp Aguinaldo, Manila, 1996

 

70-16303

12608

 

 

 

70-16304

12609

 

w/o 25.02.83 as 304

 

70-16305

12610

 

 

 

70-16306

12611

 

 

 

70-16307

12612

 

 

 

70-16311

12616

 

 

 

72-21466

13165

 

w/o 20.03.93,

but reported as active 01.97

 

72-21467

13166

 

 

 

72-21468

13167

 

 

 

72-21469

13168

 

 

 

72-21470

13169

 

w/o 19.07.96 as 470 B

 

72-21471

13170

 

01.97

 

72-21472

13171

 

01.97

 

73-21730

13418

 

85, 03.95

 

73-21731

13419

 

80

 

73-21733

13420

 

80, 01.97

 

73-21755

13443

 

01.97

 

73-21759

13447

 

91, 01.97, 05.98

 

73-22095

13578

 

 

 

73-22096

13579

 

 

 

74-22319

13643

 

w/o 20.01.93

 

74-22320

13644

 

 

 

74-22321

13645

 

 

 

74-22322

13646

 

01.97

 

74-22323

13647

 

 

 

76-22657

13875

 

80, 10.94, 06.96

 

76-22658

13876

 

 

 

76-22659

13877

 

01.97

 

76-22660

13878

 

01.97

 

76-22661

13879

 

91, 06.96

 

76-22662

13880

 

85, 01.97

 

76-22663

13881

 

reported as w/o ??.07.76 (but would a FY 1976 helicopter have been delivered by that date?)

 

76-22668

13886

 

 

 

76-22669

13887

 

 

 

76-22685

13908

 

w/o 10.11.89 as 658

 

76-22686

13909

 

79, 01.97

 

76-22687

13910

 

 

 

76-22688

13911

 

80, 01.97 (damaged)

 

76-22689

13912

 

91, 01.97

 

76-22690

13913

 

83;

w/o 23.05.92 as 690

 

76-22691

13914

 

01.97

 

77-22951 (?)

13935

 

 

 

77-22954

13938

 

06.11.84 badly damaged;

subsequently preserved at Philippine Military Academy, Baguio, La Union (03.95)

 

77-22955

13939

 

83

 

77-22956

13940

 

06.96

 

77-22957

13941

 

01.97

 

77-22958

13942

 

 

 

77-22959

13943

 

79;

w/o 15.03.96 as 959

 

77-22960 (?)

13944

 

 

 

78-23175

13992

 

80, 03.95, 05.98

 

78-23176

13993

 

85

 

78-23177

13994

 

 

 

78-23178

13995

 

89

 

 

 

 

 

 

Three UH-1Hs reported with dubious serials that do not fit US Army serial numbers.

 

 

 

 

 

15480

 

 

01.97

 

889

 

 

06.96

 

952

 

 

06.96

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nine UH-1Hs that have probably erroneously been reported as PAF aircraft.

 

 

 

 

 

66-16620

8814

 

 

to El Salvador as

270

68-15290

10220

 

 

soc while with US Army

69-15292

11580

 

w/o 07.03.72

w/o with US Army?

69-16717

12294

 

w/o 20.01.72, but reported with PAF

  01.97

w/o with US Army?

69-16723

12300

 

 

with 1/140 Avn

10.97

69-16727

12304

 

 

with 112 Med Co, ME ARNG, 09.97

72-21473

13172

 

 

with Co A, 1/185 Avn, 10.94

73-21746

13434

 

reported with PAF 85, 01.97

with Co A, 1/106 Avn, IL ARNG, 08.96

74-22373

13697

 

w/o 25.07.85

w/o while with US Army as UH-1V

         
Recent Deliveries  (serials unknown)
502   The PAF has started taking delivery of the first three UH-1H helicopters acquired from the US and overhauled by STA Aerospace and Engineering.  Delivered to the Philippines (Subic) by sea onf July 27, 2004.  The helicopters were trucked to Clark and assembled by STA personnel.  After inspection by PAF personnel, the aircraft were accepted into PAF charge in 17 August 2004.
         
         
Recent Casualties
         

78-23175??

13992

 

80, 03.95, 05.98, w/0 21.01.03

Unconfirmed SN. Crashed in the area of Mt. Williams near the city of San Jose in the island of Northern Luzon. According to press reports, the helicopter tried to take off three times before it was "wipped by strong winds" and "swirled" [sic] spun around