Designation: OH-43D

Kaman OH-43D

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Kaman OH-43D (HOK-1) Huskie

A picture of the Kaman OH-43D Huskie

Kaman began development of the Huskie in 1950 for the Navy and Marine Corps.  The prototype first flew in 1953.  The helicopter’s twin intermeshed rotor configuration eliminates the need for a tail rotor, but the angle at which they must be mounted forces the rotor blades to approach very near the ground when the aircraft is landed making it difficult to get close to the aircraft while the rotors are turning.  The early Huskies used by the Navy and Marine Corps used a radial aircraft engine, while the later Air Force version used a turbine engine.

Wingspan 47 ft

Rotor Diameter

Length 25 ft


Height 15 ft 6 in.


Weight 6,800 (loaded)


Max. Speed 110 MPH

Maximum Speed

Service Ceiling 25,000 ft

Service Ceiling

Range 185 miles


Engines One Pratt & Whitney R1340-52 radial with 600 horsepower


Crew 3



Marine Helicopter Squadron 1 (HMX-1), Marine Corps Air Facility Quantico, Virginia, 1962

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