MILITARY UNITS AT TRUSCOTT, WA
DURING WW2

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1 Airfield Construction Squadron 1 Squadron RAAF 2 Squadron RAAF
2/2nd Boring Company, AIF 10 Field Company R.A.E. Det. 11 11 Signals Unit RAAF
14 Airfield Construction Squadron 12 Squadron RAAF 13 Squadron RAAF
18 Squadron NEI-AF 20 Squadron (from East Arm) 21 Squadron RAAF
23 Squadron RAAF 24 Squadron RAAF 25 Squadron RAAF
31 Squadron RAAF 42 Squadron RAAF (from Gove) 43 Squadron RAAF (from Doctors Gully)
54 Squadron RAF 54 Mobile Heavy A.A. Regiment R.A.A. 58 O.B.U. RAAF
67 A.A. Searchlight Battery 87 Photo Reconnaissance Squadron 121 Australian General Transport Company
134 Heavy A.A. Battery 140 Army Air Force Communications Squadron (140 A.A.C.S. on Sir Graham Moore Island) 153 Light A.A. Battery
No. 154 Radar Station RAAF No. 161  Radar Station RAAF 232 Light A.A. Battery
No. 317 Radar Station (on Sir Graham Moore Island - supported from Truscott) No. 344 Radar Station RAAF (on West Montalivet Island) 380th Bomb Group (USAAF)
548 Squadron RAF 549 Squadron RAF No. 319 Radar Station RAAF
RAAF Marine Section (West Bay) US Army Field Radio Detachment No. 43 U.S. Loran (on Sir Graham Moore Island - supported from Truscott)

 

Truscott Airfield during WW2

 

REFERENCE BOOK

"Truscott - The Diary of Australia's Secret Wartime Kimberley Airbase 1943-1946"
by John and Carol Beasy

 

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