| 62-02124, Boeing build number B-040, was a CH-47A helicopter. The U.S. Army acceptance date was 27 November 1963. 62-02124 accumulated 2,147.3 aircraft hours.
At some point, 62-02124 was assigned to the 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company (ASHC) - "Hillclimbers" in the Republic of Vietnam (RVN) through April 1967.
On 14 January 1966, 62-02124 was struck by small arms fire while on a sling load mission to recover a downed aircraft. 62-02124 was hit in the bottom, damaging the fuel system, structure, and engine, causing the aircraft to abort the mission. The aircraft was repaired in theater.
On 11 March 1966, 62-02124 was involved in a forced landing without damage incident, details unknown.
On 22 May 1966, while enroute during an Air-Land assault in a hot area, 62-02124 was struck by small arms fire in the forward area, damaging the main rotor system. The aircraft was repaired in theater at Phu Loi.
On 30 November 1966, 62-02124 suffered a complete electrical failure at 598.0 aircraft hours.
On 22 February 1967, during a combat mission, 62-02124, at 678.0 aircraft hours, was struck by small arms fire damaging the structure. The aircraft was repaired in theater.
On 24 April 1967, the last of the 147th ASHC's 1962 A model Chinooks were turned in when aircraft 62-02124 slung aircraft 62-02120 to the port at Vung Tau.
In May 1967, 62-02124 was transferred to the 1st Army for maintenance at New Cumberland Army Depot, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and remained there through January 1968.
In February 1968, 62-02124 was transferred to the 177th ASHC, 3rd Army, at Fort Benning, Georgia.
In April 1977, 62-02124 was transferred to the 205th ASHC - "Geronimos", 3rd Army, Fort Benning, Georgia.
In January 1972, 62-02124 was transferred to the National Guard (WP6QAA).
In December 1973, 62-02124 was transferred to New Cumberland Army Depot for maintenance.
In June 1975, 62-02124 was transferred to the National Guard (WQUKAA), where it remained at least through December 1975.
At some point, 62-02124 was possibly in storage at Davis Monthan through about September 1992.
On 18 November 1992, 62-02124 was inducted into the D model program and converted to 92-00308.
As of 18 November 1992, the last known location of 62-02124 was at Boeing during the conversion.
Aircraft status: Converted to D model.
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