|Aircraft Model:||DAP Beaufort Mk. VI|
|Manufacturer:||Department of Aircraft Production|
|Identities:||T9626; A9-59; A9-710|
|Units:||No. 1 Operational Training Unit, RAAF|
No. 9 Communication Unit, RAAF
|18 June 1942||Received by No. 1 Aircraft Depot, RAAF.|
|22 June 1942||Received by No. 1 Operational Training Unit, RAAF.|
|3 July 1944||Received by No. 7 Aircraft Depot, RAAF, for 80 hourly.|
|7 October 1944||Allotted to DAP for modification to Beaufort Mk. IX.|
|11 November 1944||Received by DAP.|
|13 November 1944||Aircraft renumbered as A9-710.|
|17 December 1944||Received by No. 1 Aircraft Depot, RAAF.|
|13 March 1945||Aircraft fitted with DDT liquid spraying equipment.|
|27 March 1945||Received by No. 9 Communication Unit, RAAF.|
|4 May 1945||Received by No. 10 Repair and Salvage Unit, RAAF, for engine change.|
|31 May 1945||Received by No. 9 Local Air Supply Unit, RAAF.|
|3 October 1945||Received by No. 1 Repair and Salvage Unit, RAAF, for double engine change.|
|17 December 1945||Allotted to No. 84 Operational Base Unit, RAAF.|
|9 January 1946||Aircraft considered uneconomically repairable and recommended for conversion to components.|
|19 March 1946||Approval given for conversion of airframe.|
National Archives of Australia [NAA] 1945, Aircraft status Cards - Beaufort A9-700 to A9-746, A9-1001, L4488, A10297, BLOCK 74.
Wilson, S. 1990 Beaufort, Beaufighter and Mosquito in Australian Service. Weston Creek: Aerospace Publications Pty. Ltd.
Record updated on 16 November 2017.
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