|Aircraft Model:||De Havilland Mosquito FB.40|
|Manufacturer:||De Havilland Aircraft Pty Ltd (Bankstown)|
|Units:||No. 5 Operational Training Unit, RAAF|
Central Flying School, RAAF
|28 November 1944||Received by No. 2 Aircraft Park, RAAF, ex De Havilland.|
|29 November 1944||Allotted to No. 5 Operational Training Unit, RAAF.|
|7 December 1944||Received by No. 5 Operational Training Unit, RAAF.|
|23 April 1945||Allotted to De Havilland, ex No. 5 OTU, for mainplane change.|
|31 July 1945||Received by De Havilland.|
|1947||Converted to Mosquito T.43 and renumbered A52-1067.|
|13 March 1947||Received by No. 3 Aircraft Depot, RAAF, ex De Havilland.|
|16 April 1948||Allotted to the Central Flying School, RAAF.|
|13 May 1948||Issued to the Central Flying School, RAAF.|
|14 May 1948||Received by the Central Flying School, RAAF.|
|17 August 1948||Required for post-war use.|
|3 August 1950||Allotted to RAAF Station East Sale, ex CFS.|
|25 August 1950||Transfer to RAAF Station East Sale complete.|
|11 March 1952||Aircraft crashed.|
|23 April 1952||Approval given to convert at East Sale.|
National Archives of Australia [NAA] 1952, Aircraft Status cards - Mosquito A52-1001 to A52-1015, A52-1050 to A52-1071, A10297, BLOCK 358.
Wilson, S. 1990 Beaufort, Beaufighter and Mosquito in Australian Service. Weston Creek: Aerospace Publications Pty. Ltd.
Wynn, R. 2017 RAAF A52 De Havilland Dh.98 Mosquito F.II,T.III, FB.VI, PR.XVI, FB.40, PR.41, & T.43. ADF Serials. Retrieved 23 October 2018 from <http://www.adf-serials.com.au/2a52.htm>.
Record updated on 23 October 2018.
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