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Tiger Moth A17-443

Aircraft Model:De Havilland Tiger Moth
Identities:A17-443
Units:No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School, RAAF
No. 12 Elementary Flying Training School, RAAF

Timeline

30 October 1941Received by No. 2 Aircraft Depot, RAAF, ex De Havilland.
8 November 1941Allotted to No. 12 Elementary Flying Training School, RAAF.
14 November 1941Received by No. 12 Elementary Flying Training School, RAAF.
5 March 1942To be placed in stored reserve.
13 March 1942Above cancelled. Released for normal training.
21 March 1942Allotted to No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School, RAAF.
27 March 1942Issued to No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School, RAAF.
30 March 1942Received by No. 10 Elementary Flying Training School, RAAF.
29 October 1943Accident to aircraft; collision in free flight.
30 October 1943Allotted to No. 5 Aircraft Depot, RAAF, for conversion.
16 November 1943Received by No. 5 Aircraft Depot, RAAF, for conversion.

Photos

De Havilland Tiger Moth A17-443 on display at the No. 8 EFTS Memorial, NarranderaDe Havilland Tiger Moth A17-443 on display at the No. 8 EFTS Memorial, NarranderaDe Havilland Tiger Moth A17-443 on display at the No. 8 EFTS Memorial, Narrandera

References

National Archives of Australia [NAA] 1947, Aircraft status cards - Tiger Moth A17-400 to A17-499, A10297, BLOCK 89.

Wilson, S. 1994 Tiger Moth, CT-4, Wackett & Winjeel in Australian Service. Fyshwick: Aerospace Publications Pty. Ltd.

Record updated on 10 October 2018.


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