NO. 6 OTU, BASE TORPEDO UNIT,
AND R.A.A.F. BEAUFORT TORPEDO OPERATIONS
By John Lever

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lever6otu.jpg (14070 bytes) No. 6 Operational Training Unit RAAF (6 OTU) commenced operation on 25 April 1943. On the 8 June 1943 over 200 administrative, instructional and maintenance personnel from the Base Torpedo Unit were transferred to No. 6 OTU.

This excellent book by John Lever covers the history of 6 OTU and the role of the Beaufort bomber for Torpedo operations in the RAAF. The book also covers stories about 100 Squadron RAAF.

You can obtain your copy of this book
by sending $30:00 ($AUD) to:-

John Lever,
Post Office,
Koorlong,
VIC 3501
Australia

Postage within Australia included.

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