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Hiller UH-12/OH-23 Raven

The UH-12 was Hiller Helicopters first production aircraft and first flew in 1948.  The design was very successful with both two- and three-seat models that were sold to both civil and military markets.

The U.S. Army acquired the UH-12 and designated it the OH-23 Raven.  The U.S. Navy designated this helicopter the HTE.

More than 2,000 were built by the time production ended in 1965.  Production was re-launched in 1991.

     
Specifications (OH-23D)

Designations

 

 

 

Type: Light Helicopter
Engines: one 323 hp (241 kW) Avco Lycoming VO-540-A1B flat-six piston engine
UH-12: Company (United Helicopters) model number
OH-23: U.S. Army observation version (named Raven)
HTE: U.S. Navy trainer version
CH-112: Canadian Forces version (named Nomad)
     

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