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U-505 survives devastating attack.   The Lockheed Hudson was an effective hunter in the anti U-boat war. The RAAF crew operating out of Trinidad on 10th November were very unlucky. 1942

U-505 survives devastating attack. The Lockheed Hudson was an effective hunter in the anti U-boat war. The RAAF crew operating out of Trinidad on 10th November were very unlucky. 1942

Perth Airport, RAAF BAC-111 gave long service as VIP transport with 34 Squadron. A12-124 at Perth in June 1979. Image Geoff Goodall

Perth Airport, RAAF BAC-111 gave long service as VIP transport with 34 Squadron. A12-124 at Perth in June 1979. Image Geoff Goodall

Temora aviation Museum Vampire VH-VAM and Gloster Meteor VH-MBX join up with a Royal Australian Air Force Hornet A21-111 over Temora.

Temora aviation Museum Vampire VH-VAM and Gloster Meteor VH-MBX join up with a Royal Australian Air Force Hornet A21-111 over Temora.

WWI Sopwith 7F.1 Snipe replica built by The Vintage Aviator Ltd, in Australia, at Australian International Air Show 2013, in formation with pair of de Havilland Tiger Moth trainers in RAAF WWII colours.

WWI Sopwith 7F.1 Snipe replica built by The Vintage Aviator Ltd, in Australia, at Australian International Air Show 2013, in formation with pair of de Havilland Tiger Moth trainers in RAAF WWII colours.

Royal Australian Air Force personnel have commenced training on the C-27J Spartan Battlefield Airlifter in the United States after the the first two aircraft were transferred to the Australian register. Air Force Director General Capability Planning Air Commodore Mike Kitcher said the first Spartans were expected in Australia by mid-2015. “A total of 10 aircraft will be delivered over the next two years, operated by No. 35 Squadron initially from RAAF Base Richmond,” AIRCDRE Kitcher said.

Royal Australian Air Force personnel have commenced training on the C-27J Spartan Battlefield Airlifter in the United States after the the first two aircraft were transferred to the Australian register. Air Force Director General Capability Planning Air Commodore Mike Kitcher said the first Spartans were expected in Australia by mid-2015. “A total of 10 aircraft will be delivered over the next two years, operated by No. 35 Squadron initially from RAAF Base Richmond,” AIRCDRE Kitcher said.

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