| 62-02133, Boeing build number B-049, was a CH-47A helicopter. The U.S. Army acceptance date was 14 February 1964. 62-02133 accumulated 4,330.0 aircraft hours.
At some point, 62-02133 was assigned to the 147th Assault Support Helicopter Company (ASHC) - "Hillclimbers" in the Republic of Vietnam (RVN) through October 1966.
On 8 January 1966, 62-02133, while on a combat mission, was struck by small arms fire on the right side damaging the structure. The aircraft was repaired in theater.
On 14 January 1966, 62-02133, while on a rescue and recovery mission in support of a downed aircraft, was struck by small arms fire in the aft area damaging the fuel system, structure, driveshaft, hydraulics system, communication system, and landing gear. The aircraft was repaired in theater.
On 22 March 1966, 62-02133, while enroute on an air assault mission into a hot area, was struck by small arms fire damaging the main rotor system. The aircraft was repaired in theater.
On 7 May 1966, 62-02133, while on a logistics sling load re-supply mission, was struck by small arms fire in the forward area damaging the main rotor system.
In November 1966, 62-02133 was transferred to the 605th Transportation Company.
In April 1966, 62-02133 transferred to the Army Aeronautical Depot Maintenance Center (ARADMAC), 4th Army, later known as Corpus Christi Army Depot (CCAD), Corpus Christi, Texas, for maintenance.
In December 1967, 62-02133 was transferred to the U. S. Army Aviation School at Fort Rucker, Alabama.
In March 1972, 62-02133 was transferred to the National Guard (WQRSAA).
In July 1973, 62-02133 was on loan to the Langley Research Center in support of NASA.
In approximately March 1975, 62-02133 was transferred to the New Cumberland Army Depot (NCAD), Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, for maintenance.
In June 1975, 62-02133 was in storage awaiting disposition at New Cumberland Army Depot where it remained through at least December 1975.
On 24 February 1988, 62-02133 was inducted and converted to D model 87-00086.
The last known location of 62-02133 was at Boeing during the conversion.
Aircraft status: Converted to D model.
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