66-00075, Boeing build number B-207, was a CH-47A helicopter. The U.S. Army acceptance date was 7 July 1966. 66-00075 accumulated 4,056.1 aircraft hours.

   At some point in 1969, 66-00075 was assigned to the 19th Aviation Company when it deployed to the Republic of Korea (ROK) (South Korea).

   The 19th Aviation Company deployed via surface vessel - the U.S. Navy carrier USNS Point Cruz. While the ship was anchored in Inchon Harbor, the CH-47A model Chinooks were reassembled and flown, one at a time, to their new home at Camp Humphrey.

   The first Flight Engineer (FE) assigned to 66-00075 was SP5 Pat Welter, who later went on the become Captain (O6) Welter, of the United States Navy (USN).

   On 15 July 1986, 66-00075 was inducted into the D model program and converted to 86-01668.

   The last known location of 66-00075 was at Boeing during the conversion.

   Aircraft status: Converted to D model.



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          SP5 Pat Welter, Flight Engineer, 1969 - 1970.


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