|Aircraft Model:||CAC CA-12 Boomerang|
|Manufacturer:||Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation|
|Units:||No. 2 Operational Training Unit, RAAF|
Central Flying School, RAAF
|6 November 1942||Allotted to No. 2 Operational Training Unit, RAAF.|
|7 November 1942||Received by No. 1 Aircraft Depot, RAAF, ex CAC.|
|9 November 1942||Received by No. 2 Operational Training Unit, RAAF.|
|31 December 1942||Aircraft ground looped on landing at Mildura, causing damage to starboard mainplane.|
|25 November 1943||Allotted to the Central Flying School, RAAF.|
|28 November 1943||Issued to the Central Flying School, RAAF.|
|29 November 1943||Received by the Central Flying School, RAAF.|
|18 September 1944||Received by CFS Point Cook, ex CFS Parkes.|
|24 December 1945||Submitted to CDC.|
|8 February 1946||Transferred to Point Cook, ex CFS.|
Aircraft for disposal.
|13 May 1946||Authorised for write-off.|
|18 December 1947||Approval granted for free issue to Lord Mayor's Camp at Portsea.|
|10 November 1948||To be brought on charge ex Lord Mayor's Camp pending further advice re disposal.|
|15 December 1948||Brought on charge ex Lord Mayor's Camp, Portsea.|
Received at Point Cook.
|24 April 1950||Collected by DAP.|
|20 August 1951||Remnants sold to H. Chrisfield for £7-10-0.|
National Archives of Australia [NAA] 1944, Aircraft Status cards - Boomerang CA-12, A46-1 to A46-99, A10297, BLOCK 341.
Wilson, S. 1991 Wirraway, Boomerang & CA-15 in Australian Service. Fyshwick: Aerospace Publications Pty. Ltd.
Record updated on 9 October 2018.
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