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Huey
Huey
Huey
Equipment:
chopper
Use:
marines movement
Service:
Marines
Construction:
alloy
Weight:
4306kgs
Life support:
n/a
Dimensions:
Length:
17m
Width:
14m
Height:
4.5m
Operational conditions:
-20 - +50°C






Name

Huey, is a UH-1 model helicopter.

Description

Hueys went into production in March 1960, the UH-1 was the first a turbine version of the early turboshaft, which entered production for the United States military. The first combat operation of the UH-1 was in the service of the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. The original designation of HU-1 led to the helicopter's nickname of Huey. In September 1962, the designation was changed to UH-1, but Huey remained in common use.

Construction


Made from a alloy, a Huey's are turbine driven with a loading capacity of 2120kgs.

Tactical Uses


Huey's are available in models UH-1 Iroquois, AH-1 Cobra attack helicopter series, XH-40 prototype, UH-1Y Venom and AH-1Z Viper.

Characteristics

Reference stats table.


Appearance


Appearances in the following;
Predator (film)
Aliens v Predator: Requiem (film)

Variations

Alien v Predator (film)

Interactions

Deployment

Huey's are available in the following;
Predator (film)
Used in the film Predator for bringing Dutch and a group of soldiers into the Jungle.

Alien v Predator (film)
Used in the film Alien v Predator, bringing the Weyland Personnel and Mercenaries aboard the Piper Maru.

Aliens v Predator: Requiem (film)

Huey

Used in the film Aliens v Predator: Requiem, Military Personnel and by the residents of Gunnison.



Continuity

Predator (film)
In the film Predator there are 6 Huey's.

Alien v Predator (film)
In the film Alien v Predator an Agusta Helicopter is used.

On-set

Like the Piper Maru that the assembled team reached the Whaling Station in Bouvetøya, the grey Agusta 109 was constructed purely as a model miniature and filmed in a water tank along with the ice breaker. John Burno visual effects supervisor constructed all miniatures on set for the satellite, icebreaker, chopper, pyramid and all the buildings around the Razorback Whaling Station. The Agusta 109's model stood about 3' tall by 8' long and was painted white so post production colours and effects could be added.


Production

Agustaweyland

Framestore CFC created models and matte paintings of the surface and skyline with weather effects produced in post production by Cinesite and Universal Production Partners.

See also

Dutch * Poncho * Dillon * Hawkins * Mac * Anna * Billy * Blain * Phillips * Classic
Alexa Woods * Mark Verheiden * Graeme Miller * Sebastian De Rosa * Joe Connors * Adele Rousseau * Rustin Quinn * Grid * Chopper * Celtic * Scar * Selene * Mikkel * Stone * Thomas * Boris * Max * Bass * Karl * Ramirez * Klaus * Sven
Holo Display * Sledge * Steyr AUG * HK G36 * Bolt Gun * Piper Maru * Pyramid * Whaling Station * Predator's Drop Pod * Predator's Ship
Wolf * Chest Burster * Aliens * Alien Egg * Predalien * Face Hugger * Earth * Ms. Y * Predator's Ship * Predator's Planet * Predator Dropship * Predator Spacecraft

References

Citations

Predator (film)
Alien v Predator (film)
Aliens v Predator: Requiem (film)

Notes

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