The Bell UH-1 Iroquois, commonly (or officially in the USMC) known as the "Huey", is a multi-purpose helicopter, famous for its use in the Vietnam War.
The Twin Huey is a development of the original UH-1 Huey, Model 205, but with two engines instead of only one. Model 212 retained the two-bladed rotor system and the Model 412 uses a four-bladed Rotor.
CH-135 Twin Huey 135103 in special flight test markings. The aircraft was used by the Aerospace Engineering Test Establishment at CFB Cold Lake, 1987.
CH-135 Twin Huey 135103 after repainting at Bristol Aerospace in the in anti-IR olive and green scheme used on all non-SAR/ non-peacekeeping Twin Hueys after 1986/88. The aircraft was returned to the Aerospace Engineering Test Establishment at CFB Cold Lake, 1987.
CH-135 Twin Huey 135114 in the Canada Aviation Museum 09 October 2006. This aircraft is painted in the anti-IR camouflage scheme, but served its time painted yellow with 424 Transport & Rescue Squadron, CFB Trenton, Base Rescue Goose Bay and 444 Combat Support Squadron, CFB Goose Bay.