CRASH OF A P-40 KITTYHAWK
AT ARCHERFIELD, QLD
ON 3 FEBRUARY 1942

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On 3 February 1942, USAAF P-40 Kittyhawk #41-36321 damaged its landing gear and suffered major wing damage at Archerfield airfield. The pilot was Lt. Miller.

 

REFERENCE

Document prepared by 1st Lt. Elmore G. Brown, titled:-

"Headquarters, USA Air Forces in Australia
A-4. Aircraft Movements Status & Statistics Section
Location and Status of Damaged Aircraft in Australia"

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

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   Peter Dunn 2001
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