The Bell UH-1 Iroquois (Huey) Helicopter was in service from 1959-1987 and flew in the Royal Australian Air Force, of which I am a veteran. No. 9 Squadron flew these aircraft in South Vietnam, they were used for troop transport, medevac (medical evacuations of wounded service people) and as a bushranger gunship for armed support during the war. No. 35 and No. 5 Squadron also operated these during the 1970s and 1980s. 

Hand-drawn, graphite pencil on paper. Paperback ready to be framed.


Graphite Pencil on Paper

Height: 29.7cm

Width: 20cm

Breadth: 0.01cm

Bell UH-1 Iroquois (Huey) Helicopter

  • This drawing is ready to be framed and hung up on the wall. This drawing is designed to be kept flat, away from liquids and fluids, anything hot, flammable, corrosive or abrasive. It can be rolled if needed if moving. The drawing is sprayed with a non-acidic seal to prevent it from smuging when touched, however oils in fingertips are not recommended to come into contact with the drawing for its' longevity.