By David Doyle
The design, development, and evolution of the Bell UH-1 Huey in combat during the Vietnam War.
Few implements of war are as representative of the US presence in Vietnam as the Bell Huey UH-1-series helicopters. Whether serving in the role of troop transport for airborne assault, supply transports, aerial gunships, or medical evacuation, the Huey was seemingly everywhere. The versatile aircraft, officially the "Iroquois," was affectionately known to all as the "Huey," a name derived from its early model designation of HU-1A. The Huey, later redesignated UH-1, was a mainstay during America's presence in Vietnam, and 11 Huey crewmen earned the Medal of Honor.
Carefully researched archival documents and
More than 170 color and black-and-white photographs
This comprehensive volume details the complete, colorful, and important history of this iconic helicopter and the men who flew it.
Size: 9.0in x 9.0in | Pages: 112
| Over 170 color and b/w photos