NO. 3 WIRELESS AIR GUNNERS SCHOOL
TAXYING INCIDENTS INVOLVING
A TIGER MOTH AT MARYBOROUGH
ON 20 APRIL 1942 AND
ON 15 AUGUST 1942
On 20 April 1942, Tiger Moth collided with another aircraft on the apron at Maryborough airfield. It was repaired on station.
On 15 August 1942, Tiger Moth A17-2 was damaged in an unspecified taxying accident at Maryborough.
Subject: Tiger Moth accident(s)
Maryborough A17-2 (82556/DHA 2)
Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2001 22:45:09 +1200
From: "Brian Gee" <email@example.com>
This aircraft was damaged twice in taxy accidents whilst with 3 WAGS Maryborough
|31.03.42||3 WAGS Maryborough|
|20.04.42||Collided with another aircraft on apron at Maryborough. Repaired on station|
|15.08.42||Slight damage in taxy accident at Maryborough. Repaired on station|
|14.09.42||2 AD Richmond for removal of wireless equipment|
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