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              91-00261, Boeing D model kit number M3410, was a CH-47D helicopter. The U.S. Army acceptance date was 4 September 1992. As of 4 October 1999, 91-00261 had accumulated 508.0 D model hours for a total of 2,971.0 aircraft hours. 91-00261 was a conversion from the original A model Chinook 61-02409. On 25 July 1991, 91-00261 was inducted into the D model program, converted, and assigned to the Army National Guard, located in the State of Connecticut, on or about 10 September 1992. As of 1 January 2002, this aircraft was 39.0 years old. As of 4 October 1999, the last known location of 91-00261 was Windsor Locks (near Hartford), Connecticut, assigned to G Company, 104th Aviation, Detachment 1, Army National Guard, 1st Army. Aircraft status: Flyable.



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