HMS NABSFORD
ROYAL NAVY FLEET AIR ARM
WHO SERVED AT ARCHERFIELD
DURING WW2

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Plaque in the Passenger Terminal at Archerfield airport commemorating the members of the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm of Transportable Aircraft Maintenance Yard No.1, who served at Archerfield aerodrome during World War II.

The men at Archerfield included those of Mobile Naval Operating Air Base (MONAB) No.7, HMS NABREEKIE, which was based at Royal Australian Army Camp, Meeandah on the outskirts of Brisbane, commissioning there 9 August 1945. The unit was employed in assisting TAMY I, HMS NABSFORD in aircraft erection duties until paying off 5 November 1945.

 

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