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Anson MG422

Aircraft Model:Avro Anson Mk. I
Units:No. 67 Squadron, RAAF
No. 6 Service Flying Training School, RAAF


21 February 1944Received by No. 1 Aircraft Park, RAAF, ex UK.
28 February 1944Under erection at No. 1 Aircraft Park, RAAF.
24 March 1944Received by No. 6 Service Flying Training School, RAAF.
21 January 1945Received by No. 67 Squadron, RAAF.
28 September 1945Received by No. 11 Elementary Flying Training School, RAAF, for storage.
3 December 1948Received at Tocumwal, ex Benalla.
15 September 1952Offered for disposal.
16 July 1953Sold to A.F.T. Dean.
2001Purchased by Grahame and Helen Field of Forbes, NSW.
September 2017Acquired by the Evans Head Memorial Aerodrome Heritage Aviation Association.


McCool, B. 2017 WWII plane on the move to Evans Head. Forbes Advocate. 15 September. Retrieved 16 September 2017 from <http://www.forbesadvocate.com.au/story/4917952/old-plane-will-fly-again/>.

National Archives of Australia [NAA] 1952, Aircraft status cards - Avro Anson Cheetah IX MG422 and MG423 Royal Air Force, A10297, BLOCK 55.

Wilson, S. 1992 Anson, Hudson & Sunderland in Australian Service. Fyshwick: Aerospace Publications Pty. Ltd.

Record updated on 16 September 2017.


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