CRASH OF A WIRRAWAY
AT BATCHELOR, NT
ON 31 MARCH 1941

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Wirraway

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.

 

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Manuscript History of 12 Squadron RAAF

 

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