If you want to go N/A, then you can use any 6.5 engine. All you have to do is remove all the turbo components and maybe the intake manifold. You still have to use the exhaust manifolds from your 6.2, or if you are going to use aftermarket headers, just buy them for the year and model truck that you have with a 6.2, and they will bolt right onto the 6.5 and clear your frame without problems. As long as you are not going to turbo, a 6.5 is a direct replacement engine for the 6.2 and will not require any mods to your truck. Just use all your original accessoreies from the 6.2. Best to use the injector pump and injectors from the 6.5, but you can use the 6.2 IP, but it requires a bit of tweeking for the higher fuel rates of the 6.5. As far as Hummers, they use the same engine. I think the military version uses a 24 volt electrical system, so everything that bolts to the longblock has to be changed to civilian 12 volt parts.
I have a 1986 Suburban that has a Hummer 6.5 in it. It looks just like the original factory installation, and there is no way to tell it has a 6.5 in it without looking at the casting numbers. I once knew a man in CA that had converted 100s of Hummers to the 6.5. There was nothing wrong with the old 6.2 motors he was pulling out, just that the Hummer owners wanted the bigger motor. I don't think he is doing it anymore, and he had sold all the old 6.2s.
You do want to stay away from the electronic injection. It would be a very difficult install, but you can convert an electronic to mechanical. There are 6.5 mechanical IP without turbos that were used on school buses, vans, P Chassis, and probably others.