64-13156, Boeing build number B-128, was a CH-47A helicopter. The U.S. Army acceptance date was 29 September 1965. The administrative strike date was 30 May 1966. 64-13156 accumulated 270.0 aircraft hours.

   At some point, 65-13156 was assigned to the 178th Assault Support Helicopter Company (ASHC) - "Boxcars", in the Republic of Vietnam (RVN).

   On 30 May 1966, 64-13156 was lost due to an accident during a combat resupply mission.

   While attempting to land on a foggy mountain top, with an internal load of fuel drums, the aircraft came out of ground effect. Aircraft control was lost and the aircraft tumbled down the side of the mountain and caught fire.

   The Crew Chief and two passengers received fatal injuries.

   The last known location of 64-13156 was in the Republic of Vietnam.

   Aircraft status: Crashed.



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          This aircraft was crewed by:


          SP5 Ross A. Brown, Crew Chief, 1966 (KIA)


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