A former US Army UH-1H in service with the Department of State Air Wing. Since January 2018, this Air Wing is officially named Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs' Office of Aviation, or INL/A. The INL/A has over 200 aircraft and helicopters on strength, making it one of the largest non-military aviation arms in a US federal government agency.
A former US Army UH-1H in service with the Department of State Air Wing. The Department's aircraft can be used for many types of missions, which vary by location. These may include (armed) drug eradication, interdiction, reconnaissance, surveillance, command and control, medical evacuation, transportation of personnel or cargo.