DUKE OF BRABANT AIR FORCE
Subject: B-25s in
Australia during WWII
Date: Sun, 7 Nov 1999 10:51:24 +0100
From: "Coert Munk" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Found your site via one of the contacts in the USA recently and I'm very pleased to read all the information available! Great job! My back ground: I'm general manager of a GA airport in the Netherlands and as a hobby we operate a B-25 Mitchell in NL. In this "club", the Duke of Brabant Air Force" w fly our B-25 and other small aircraft.
Since last Spring we have our Mitchell in the colours of KNILM/NEIAF N5-149 as "Sarinah / De 2 C's" honouring the crews that operated in Australia and the East Indies during WWII.
As one of the few B-25 historians in the DBAF I'm interested in all kind of books and info that can assist us in the hobby in future publications etc. We have a very good contact with the veterans that were in Australia during WWII, in August we had a special Veterans Day to show them the Mitchell (both on the ground as well as flying) and it's very special to hear thestories from first hand.
Please keep me informed on developments. I'm very interested in obtaining all relevant info. If possible, I'd like to buy books etc myself. All info is welcome. We have a lot, but - as you will know - better twice than not at all!
hon secr. Duke of Brabant Air Force
Can anyone help me with more information?
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