CRASH OF A WIRRAWAY
AT BATCHELOR, NT
ON 31 MARCH 1941
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At 0956 hours, on 31 March 1941, Wirraway A20-62 of 12 Squadron RAAF, force landed at Batchelor due to a drop in engine revs. There was no damage to the aircraft and the crew of Squadron Leader C.P. Glasscock and Sergeant R.D. Clarke were uninjured.
Manuscript History of 12 Squadron RAAF
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