HH-1K Iroquois

Procurement of this version of the famed “Huey” helicopter that was a veritable symbol of the Vietnam War occurred in 1968.  In Marine Corps service, the Iroquois transported ground troops to landing zones as part of heliborne assaults and provided medical evacuation.  The museum displays the HH-1K in the markings of a gunship flown by the Seawolves of Helicopter Attack Squadron (Light) (HA(L)) 3, established and disestablished during the Vietnam War to provide air support for operations in the Mekong Delta. Read More