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by Harold A. Skaarup   www.SilverHawkAuthor.com   
 
Canadian Warplanes 7: Helicopters, Hiller CH-112 Nomad

Hiller CH-112 Nomad Helicopter

Data current to 25 March 2020.

Hiller CH-112 Nomad (U-12E) three-place, military light observation helicopter in Canadian Army service (27), Serial Nos. 112262-11285.

The Nomad was first flown in 1948.

(Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 4235843)

Hiller CH-112 Nomad Helicopters & Ferret Scout Car, Germany 1960s. 

(Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 4235862)

Hiller CH-112 Nomad Helicopter & Ferret Scout Car, Germany 1960s. 

 (Jim Williams Photo)

Hiller CH-112 Nomad Helicopter (Serial No. 112274), CFB Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, spring 1971.

(Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 4235687)

Hiller CH-112 Nomad Helicopter with Canadian soldiers, Northern Germany, ca 1965. 

 (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 4235124)

Hiller helicopters, CJATC, Rivers, Manitoba, ca 1960s. 

   (Library & Archives Canada, MIKAN No. 4235128)

Hiller CH-112 Nomad Helicopter, Canadian Army, CJATC, Rivers, Manitoba. 

 (DND Photo)

Hiller CH-112 Nomad Helicopter (Serial No. 112262), Canadian Army.

 (DND Photo)

Hiller CH-112 Nomad Helicopter (Serial No. 112264), Canadian Army.

 (DND Photo via Fred Paradie)

Hiller CH-112 Nomad Helicopter (Serial No. 112264), Canadian Army.

 (LCol (Ret’d) John Dicker RCCS Photo)

View of instrument panel of Hiller CH-112 Nomad Helicopter (Serial No. 112267).  This Nomad was deployed from CJATC Rivers, Manitoba, to Camp Wainwright, Alberta for the Summer Concentration in 1963.  112267 was one of several helicopters detached from Rivers to become 1 Canadian Infantry Brigade Group (1 CIBG) Helicopter Detatchment for the duration of the Concentration.

 (DND Photo)

Hiller CH-112 Nomad Helicopter (Serial No. 112275), Canadian Army, with Canadian Ferret Scout car, Northern Germany, ca 1960.

 (Mike Kaehler Photo)

Hiller CH-112 Nomad, Canadian Army (Serial No. 112282), hanging at 3 CFFTS Portage la Prairie.  Painted as 282, this Nomad was assigned to 4 CIBG Germany.   It crashed in Germany on 3 Dec 1963, having nosed over after a forced landing.