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Boeing-Vertol Factory, 1965
Boeing Vertol YCH-1B Taxi Tests, 1961
Boeing Vertol YHC-1B Flight Demonstration, 1961
Boeing Vertol CH-47A Chinook in Action, 1960s
Boeing Vertol YCH-1B Chinook Towing Tests, 1961
Delivery of First CH-47A to US Army, 1962
Piasecki H-21 Flight Testing
Boeing Vertol CH-46 Sea Knight in Action, 1960s
X-40A Space manuevering Vehicle Test Flight
Boeing CH-147F First Flight B-roll
Boeing CH-47F Chinook B-roll
Hughes XV-9A "Hot Cycle"
US Army H/CH-21 Shawnee in Action
USAF H/CH-21 Workhorse in Action
Boeing CH-47 Mk6 Chinook First Flight B-roll
Piasecki H-16 (PV-15) Transporter in Flight Test
Boeing Vertol YUH-61 UTTAS Delivery Ceremony 1976
North American Aviation YF-107 Ultra Sabre B-roll
Hughes XH-17 "Flying Crane"
Piasecki HUP-1 and -2 Retriever B-roll
Boeing Vertol Model 107-II in Action, 1960s
In 1960, Boeing bought Vertol, a helicopter manufacturer in Philadelphia, Pa. The company had three tandem-rotor helicopters under production: the Chinook for the Army, the Sea Knight for the Navy and the Marines, and the commercial 107-II for the airlines.
The passenger version of the Sea Knight, the Model 107-II, entered service with the New York Airways in July 1962.
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