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Moth VH-UJW

Aircraft Model:De Havilland DH-60G Moth
Constructor's No.:837
Identities:G-AUJW; VH-UJW

Timeline

28 March 1929Registered in Australia as G-AUJW.
2 January 1940Contracted to the Royal Australian Air Force for use by No. 3 Elementary Flying Training School, RAAF, Essendon.
4 March 1940Aircraft crashed while attempting to land at Essendon in a strong wind.
Pilot: Cadet ALBERT RICHARD HALLENSTEIN, RAAF (Survived)

References

Anon. n.f.d. Civil Aircraft Register - Australia. Golden Years of Aviation. Retrieved 17 September 2017 from <http://www.airhistory.org.uk/gy/reg_VH-U.html>.

National Archives of Australia [NAA] 1945, RAAF Unit History sheets (Form A50) [Operations Record Book - Forms A50 and A51] Elementary Flying Training School 1 to 7 Jan 39 - Aug 45, A9186, 375.

Record updated on 17 September 2017.


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