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https://flic.kr/p/Cxoj3y | NX32CS | Commonwealth CA-13 Boomerang | Sanicole 19 September 2015

https://flic.kr/p/Cxoj3y | NX32CS | Commonwealth CA-13 Boomerang | Sanicole 19 September 2015

"Great sense of the difficult terrain in which these 4 & 5 Squadron Boomers operated." KB Commonwealth CA-13 Boomerang of the RAAF by Shigeo Koike

The last of the 250 Boomerangs to be built was delivered in early by which time the plane had been overshadowed as a frontline fighter by Spitfires and Mustangs, the latter being built in Australia by Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation.

Commonwealth CA-13 Boomerang aircraft picture

Photo taken at In Flight in New South Wales, Australia on September

Commonwealth CA-13 Boomerang : En raison de l’avancée de l’armée japonaise, la Royal Australian Air Force, décida la construction d’un chasseur... La mise au point du chasseur fut la plus rapide jamais effectuée. ... Il n’y eut jamais de prototype; le premier contrat, CA- 12 ou Boomerang Mk I, portait sur 105 exemplaires et le suivant, CA-13 Boomerang Mk II, sur 95 : ces derniers reçurent quelques améliorations mineures suggérées par l’expérience des premières missions. avionslegendaires.net

Photo taken at In Flight in New South Wales, Australia on September

Commonwealth CA-13 Boomerang

An old cockpit with some modern touches including a GPS Navigation System. On display at the 2010 Tyabb Airshow. - Photo taken at Tyabb (Western Port) (YTYA) in Victoria, Australia on April

CA-13 Boomerang The Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation (CAC) Boomerang was a single seat fighter/army cooperation aircraft powered by a 1,200 hp Pratt & Whitney R-1830-S3C4G Twin Wasp 14 cylinder twin row radial engine.

The Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation (CAC) Boomerang was a single seat fighter/army cooperation aircraft powered by a hp Pratt & Whitney Twin Wasp 14 cylinder twin row radial engine.

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