FORCED LANDING OF A TIGER MOTH
AT FORT LYTTON,
BRISBANE, QLD,
ON 4 DECEMBER 1941

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Tiger Moth

 

Tiger Moth A17-351 of 2 Elementary Flying Training School 2 EFTS at Archerfield, forced landed at Fort Lytton, Brisbane at 1100 hours on 4 December 1941. The aircraft made an urgent forced landing due to the arrival of a line of squalls. The port upper mainplane spars were both broken. The port lower rear spar was broken. The undercarriage starboard compression leg was broken. The airscrew was broken and the cowling and engine bay were damaged. The pilot LAC Keith Robert Pendrick (413247) was uninjured.

 

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