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Added 9 years ago

The Pacific... 1942. With its traditional allies regrouping and a long way away, Australia had to design, build and put into service its very first fighter … more »

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Mandle (5 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you.
GrouchoCaesar (6 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you for this.
Xadrik (8 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you. This is one of my All-time favourite aircraft, an our only decent attempt to ever make a fighter plane.
tito26274 (9 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank You
mac2010 (9 years ago)Inappropriate?
Very cool little plane, Cheers :)
infinity10 (9 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thanks for the little historical anecdote as well. We don't always need the latest high-tech to make a flying machine. This one sounds good !
RangerJimK (9 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you. It's rare that we get anything from the SW Pacific Theater in the early years of WW II.
graykeeper (9 years ago)Inappropriate?
A very nicely put together model with excellent textures. Thank you so much for sharing!!
Tomokatu (9 years ago)Inappropriate?
This fills a gap in my collection and is greatly appreciated.
In RAAF service, each aircraft type was issued an "A number" which prefixed the individual aircraft number. The Boomerangs were A46.
There were:
CA-12 A46-1 to -105
CA-13 A46-106 to-200
CA-19 A46-201 to -249
CA14/14A A46 1001
for a grand total of 250 aircraft built.
They served operationally with RAAF squadrons 4, 5 & 84 more …

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