10 SIGNALS UNIT RAAF (REAR
IN AUSTRALIA DURING WW2
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10 Signals Unit RAAF was formed in the Konedobu area of Port Moresby on 10 September 1942. It occupied the premises of and took over the functions previously covered by the Moresby Wireless Transmitting Station. A Rear Echelon of 10 Signals unit was based in Townsville in north Queensland.
Wing Commander R.H. Cunningham was the first Commanding Officer. Squadron Leader S.A.F. Westwood became the new Commanding Officer of 10 Signals Unit on 15 November 1943.
"Units of the Royal Australian Air Force - A
Concise History, Volume 1, Introduction, Bases, Supporting Organisations"
compiled by RAAF Historical Section
Peter Dunn 2002
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