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Oxford AT644

Aircraft Model:Airspeed Oxford
Identities:AT644
Units:No. 1 Service Flying Training School, RAAF

Timeline

8 May 1942Aircraft collided with tree and dived into the ground during low level bombing practice approximately 10 miles northeast of Werribee, Victoria.
Pilot: LAC JOHN ALBERT McKENZIE, RAAF 407904 (Killed)
Crew: LAC ROBERT JOHN CRANSTON, RAAF 408277 (Killed)
Crew: LAC ERIC KENNETH GILBERT, RAAF 408281 (Killed)

References

Anon. 1942 Air force crash. Morning Bulletin, 11 May 1942, p. 4. Archived at <https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/5611804>.

National Archives of Australia [NAA] 1945, Airspeed Oxford [RAF serial numbers] [Accidents Part 2], A9845, 239.

Record updated on 18 September 2018.


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