| 62-02118, Boeing build number B-034, was a CH-47A helicopter. The U.S. Army acceptance date was 13 September 1963. 62-02118 accumulated 4,754.0 hours.
At some point, 62-02118 was assigned to the 147th Assault Helicopter Support Company (ASHC) - "Hillclimbers" in the Republic of Vietnam (RVN) through approximately December 1966.
On 31 December 1965, during a combat mission, 62-02118 received hits from small arms fire on the left side of the aircraft damaging the structure. The aircraft was repaired in theater.
On 8 January 1966, during a combat mission, 62-02118 received small arms fire in the aft area of the aircraft, which caused fragmentation damage to the structure. The aircraft was repaired in theater.
On 14 January 1966, while on a sling load mission to recover a downed aircraft, 62-02118 received small arms fire in the left side of the aircraft, damaging the fuel system and main rotor system. The aircraft was repaired in theater.
On 5 August 1966, 62-02118 was involved in a ground accident while in parking at Vung Tao. Guns-A-Go-Go aircraft 64-13151 - "Stump Jumper", was in the process of ground taxiing when it ran into 62-02118.
In approximately December 1966, 62-02118 was transferred to the 4th Army and underwent maintenance.
In approximately March 1968, 62-02118 was transferred to the U.S. Army Aviation School at Fort Rucker, Alabama.
In approximately July 1972, 62-02118 went into maintenance at the U.S. Army Aeronautical Depot Maintenance Center (ARADMAC), located in Corpus Christi, Texas.
In August 1972, 62-02118 was on loan to the Aviation Systems Command (AVSCOM), headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri.
In September 1972, 62-02118 was transferred to the 5th Army National Guard, in Chicago, Illinois.
In October 1972, 62-02118 was in maintenance at ARADMAC.
In November 1972, 62-02118 was transferred to the 85th Division, 5th Army National Guard, Chicago, Illinois.
In February 1973, 62-02118 was on loan to AVSCOM in support of the Langley Research Center on a NASA project.
In September 1973, 62-02118 was transferred to the National Guard (WP6QAA), where it remained at least through December 1975.
On 23 February 1987, 62-02118 was inducted into the D model program and converted to 87-00080.
As of 23 February 1987, the last known location of 62-02118 was at Boeing during the conversion.
Aircraft status: Converted to D model.
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