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McCulloch HUM-1

A picture of the McCulloch HUM-1

The HUM-1 is a small two passenger utility helicopter originally designed by the Helicopter Engineering Research Corporation in 1948.  The design was taken up by the McCulloch Motors Corporation and offered to the U.S. Army as the XH-30 and to the Navy as the HUM-1.  Three were built for the Army and two for the Navy in 1953.  Neither service was able to find a use for the tiny helicopters, so they were returned to McCulloch.  A civil version, the MC-4, was likewise unable to generate any sales and McCulloch lost interest in the project and turned it back over to the original designer D. K. Jovanovich.

Service History:

Built by the McCulloch Aircraft Corporation and delivered to the U.S. Navy on June 15, 1953.

June 1953                    To Naval Air Technical Center, Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland for testing.

August 1955               Stricken from service.

October 1974              Loaned to Pima Air & Space Museum by the National Naval Aviation Museum.

Rotor Diameter

23 ft

Length

32ft 5 in.

Height

9 ft 3 in.

Weight

2,300 lbs (loaded)

Maximum Speed

105 MPH

Service Ceiling

8,000 ft

Range

200 miles

Engine

One Franklin 6A4-200-C6 with 200 horsepower

Crew

2

Manufacturer
McCulloch

Markings
Naval Air Technical Center, Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland, 1953

Designation
HUM-1

Serial Number
133817

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