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Lodestar A67-3

Aircraft Model:Lockheed C-60A-5-LO Lodestar
Manufacturer:Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
Constructor's No.:2536
Identities:42-56043; A67-3
Callsigns:VH-RAC
Units:No. 37 Squadron, RAAF
No. 1 Communication Unit, RAAF

Timeline

23 August 1943Received by No. 3 Aircraft Depot, RAAF.
Allotted to No. 37 Squadron, RAAF.
1 September 1943Assigned call sign VH-RAC.
2 September 1943Issued to No. 37 Squadron, RAAF.
5 September 1943Received by No. 37 Squadron, RAAF.
23 March 1945Allotted to No. 1 Communication Unit, RAAF.
4 seats installed in A16-116 to be removed and installed in this aircraft.
31 March 1945Issued to No. 1 Communication Unit, RAAF.
6 April 1945Received by No. 1 Communication Unit, RAAF.
28 May 1945Aircraft grounded as per RAAF signal.
7 July 1945Allotted to No. 7 Aircraft Depot, RAAF, for inspection and possible repairs.
22 July 1945Received by No. 7 Aircraft Depot, RAAF.
16 January 1946Work to cease. Aircraft to be stored.
8 February 1946Received by No. 7 Aircraft Depot, Storage.
5 February 1947Sold through CDC to New Zealand National Airways Corporation, Wellington, New Zealand, for £800.
27 February 1947Issued to above.

References

Crick, D., S. Mackenzie, and B. Cowan 2015 RAAF A67 Lockheed Lodestar. ADF Serials. Retrieved 15 October 2018 from <http://www.adf-serials.com.au/2a67.htm>.

National Archives of Australia [NAA] 1945, Aircraft Status cards - Lodestar A67-1 to A67-10, A10297, BLOCK 394.

Record updated on 15 October 2018.


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