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