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  • 1. Military Aircraft of AustraliaSeries 1 – 1921-1934
  • 2. A1
    DeHavilland DH-9A
  • 3. A2
    RAF SE-5A
  • 4. A3
    Avro 504K
  • 5. A4
    Sopwith Pup
  • 6. A5
    Vickers Vimy
  • 7. A6
    DeHavilland DH-9
  • 8. A7
    DeHavilland DH-60
  • 9. A8
    DeHavilland DH-50
  • 10. A9
    Supermarine Seagull III
  • 11. A10
    Fairy IIID
  • 12. A11
    Supermarine Southampton
  • 13. A12
    Bristol Bulldog II
  • 14. Military Aircraft of AustraliaSeries 2 – 1935-1960
  • 15. 64 Aircraft 1937-1943
    A1
    Hawker Demon
  • 16. 1936-1946 24 serialed + 34 ex RAF Walrus with RAF serials
    Supermarine Seagull V / Walrus
    A2
  • 17. 202 aircraft 1941-1945
    A3
    CAC Wackett
  • 18. A4
    Avro Anson
  • 19. A5
    Westland Wapiti II
  • 20. A6
    Avro Cadet
  • 21. A7
    DeHavilland DH-60 Moth
  • 22. A8
    DAP Beaufighter
  • 23. A9
    Bristol Beaufort
  • 24. A10
    DeHavilland DH-50A
  • 25. A11
    Auster
  • 26. A12
    Bristol Bulldog II
  • 27. A13
    Link Trainer
  • 28. A14
    Wackett Gannet
  • 29. A15
    Miles Magister
  • 30. A16
    Lockheed Hudson
  • 31. DeHavilland DH-82A Tiger Moth
    A17
  • 32. A18
    Short Empire Flying Boat
  • 33. A19
    Bristol Beaufighter (UK)
  • 34. A20
    CAC Wirraway
  • 35. DeHavilland DH-94 Moth Minor
    A21
  • 36. A22
    Fairey Battle
  • 37. A23
    CAC Woomera
  • 38. A24
    Consolidated PBY Catalina
  • 39. A25
    Airspeed Oxford
  • 40. A26
    Short Sunderland
  • 41. A27
    Vultee A-35A Vengeance
  • 42. A28
    Douglas A-20 Boston
  • 43. A29
    Curtiss P-40 Kittyhawk
  • 44. A30
    Douglas DC-2 / DC-3
  • 45. A31
    DeHavilland DH-86A
  • 46. A32
    Percival Vega Gull
  • 47. DeHavilland DH-89 Dragon Rapide
    A33
  • 48. DeHavilland DH-84 Dragon
    A34
  • 49. A35
    Douglas Dolphin
  • 50. A36
    Fairchild 24R
  • 51. A37
    Miles Hawk
  • 52. A38
    Stinson Reliant
  • 53. A39
    Beechcraft 17 Staggerwing
  • 54. A40
    Cessna Airmaster
  • 55. A41
    DeHavilland DH-83 Fox Moth
  • 56. A42
    Lockheed 5 Vega DI-1A
  • 57. A43
    DeHavilland DH-90 Dragonfly
  • 58. A44
    Junkers G31
  • 59. A45
    Ford Trimotor
  • 60. A46
    CAC Boomerang
  • 61. North American B-25D Mitchell
    A47
  • 62. Vought Sikorsky Kingfisher
    A48
  • 63. A49
    Dornier Do-24K
  • 64. A50
    Ryan Trainer
  • 65. A51
    Brewster Buffalo
  • 66. DeHavilland DH-98 Mosquito
    A52
  • 67. A53
    Bell P-39D/F Airacobra
  • 68. A54
    Waco YQC-6
  • 69. Lockheed
    P-38E Lightning
    A55
  • 70. A56
    Republic
    P-43A Lancer
  • 71. DeHavilland DHA G2 Glider
    A57
  • 72. A58
    Supermarine Spitfire
  • 73. A59
    Lockheed Ventura
  • 74. Hawker Hurricane Mk.1
    A60
  • 75. A61
    Northrop Delta
  • 76. A62
    CAC CA-15
  • 77. Celestial Navigation Trainer
    A63
  • 78. Not Purchased by Australia – Serial assigned but not used.
    Vultee Vigilant (not used)
    A64
  • 79. A65
    Douglas C-47 Dakota
  • 80. N2
    Douglas C-47
  • 81. A66
    Avro Lancaster
  • 82. A67
    Lockheed Lodestar
  • 83. CAC CA-18 & North American P-51 Mustang
    A68
  • 84. 150 Ordered – 10 delivered – none flown operationally by RAAF.
    Curtiss A-25A Shrike (Helldiver)
    A69
  • 85. 7 examples flown 1943-1946.
    Martin PBM-3S Mariner
    A70
  • 86. 14 examples from 1943 to mid 50’s. Only one (A71-11) survived to be scrapped! All others, like ex A71-14 shown, which was written off in the NT in 1952, crashed after RAAF service. Most in PNG.
    A71
    Noorduyn Norseman
  • 87. 386 examples flown operationally by the RAAF during WWII
    Consolidated B-24D Liberator
    A72
  • 88. 19 of 73 aircraft were converted to Maritime recon Version Mk.31 >>>
    A73
    Avro Lincoln
  • 89. A74-1 the only example flown as a VIP transport 1945-1947
    A74
    Avro York
  • 90. Single example A75-1 flown as VIP transport 1945-1947.
    A75
    Percival Proctor
  • 91. 2 examples used for ARDU testing/trials 1952-1956
    A76
    Boeing B-29A Washington
  • 92. First RAAF jet
    Korea 1952
    A77
    Gloster Meteor
  • 93. 3 ex RAF examples transferred to RAAF service
    DeHavilland DH-100 Vampire (UK)
    A78
  • 94. 54 aircraft served with 724, 805, 808, 816 Squadrons RAN
    N4
    DeHavilland Sea Venom
  • 95. N6 in RAN service (11 aircraft). 20 RAF serials used by 75 & 76 Squadrons RAAF in Malta 1952
    DeHavilland DH-115 Vampire
    A79
  • 96. N6
    DeHavilland Vampire
  • 97. 3 examples flown by RAAF (first rotary wing A/c). A80-365 survived until 1964.
    A80
    Sikorsky S-51
  • 98. 4 examples flown between 1949 and 1967
    A81
    Bristol Freighter
  • 99. One example A82-1 flew liaison between Edinburgh and Woomera 1947-1951
    A82
    Vickers Viking
  • 100. One example borrowed from the RAF and tested 1948 – 1950
    A83
    DeHavilland Sea Hornet
  • 101. 2 combat losses in Vietnam. 35 RAF examples operated from Edinburgh for Woomera tests.
    A84
    GAF Canberra B20
  • 102. Entered service in 1955 and retired in 1994!!!
    A85
    CAC Winjeel
  • 103. Aircraft never delivered. One prototype built and project cancelled.
    A86
    Hawker P1081
  • 104. Serial assigned but order cancelled before delivery. No examples operated by RAAF.
    A87
    Vickers Valetta C.1
  • 105. 10 examples used at Laverton & East Sale – all destroyed.
    A88
    RFD Winged Target
  • 106. A89
    Lockheed Neptune
  • 107. 3 examples borrowed from the RAF for liaison between Edinburgh and Woomera 1952-1957.
    A90
    Percival Prince
  • 108. N5 in RAN service (13 A/c). 2 examples with A91 serials. 1951-1965.
    A91
    Bristol 171 Sycamore
  • 109. N5
    Bristol Sycamore
  • 110. In service 1951-1996
    N11 in RAN service
    A92
    GAF Jindivik
  • 111. 2 examples built as prototypes – 1 crashed 1951, C-2 on display at RAAFM
    A93
    GAF Pika
  • 112. A94
    CAC Sabre
  • 113. 5 examples flown between 1955 and 1968. Used in Antarctica. 2 of them are still airworthy today. Note unauthorized roundels.
    A95
    DeHavilland DHC2 Beaver
  • 114. Only 2 examples used by 34Sqn for VIP 1956-1969
    Convair C-440 Metropolitan
    A96
  • 115. Lockheed
    C-130 Hercules
    A97
  • 116. A98
    Cessna 180 / O-1E/G
  • 117. One example obtained for evaluation Feb-Dec 1959.
    Hunting Percival Jet Provost T.2
    A99
  • 118. Two examples used for liaison at Woomera 1961 - 1967
    A100
    DeHavilland DHC3 Otter
  • 119. Military Aircraft of AustraliaSeries 3 – 1935 - Present
  • 120. A1
    Bell 47G
  • 121. A2
    Bell UH-1
  • 122. A3
    Dassault/GAF Mirage III
  • 123. DeHavilland DHC4 Caribou
    A4
  • 124. A5
    Sud Aviation Alouette III
  • 125. A6
    Vickers Viscount
  • 126. CAC MB-326H Macchi
    A7
  • 127. Westland Wessex HAS31
    N7
  • 128. General Dynamics
    F-111
    A8
  • 129. N8
    Westland Scout
  • 130. A9
    Lockheed P-3 Orion
  • 131. N9
    Bell UH-1
  • 132. Hawker Siddley HS-748
    A10
  • 133. N10
    Northrop KD-2R-5 Target
  • 134. A11
    DassaultMystere 20
  • 135. N11
    GAF Jindivik
  • 136. British Aerospace BAC-111
    A12
  • 137. N12
    Grumman S-2 Tracker
  • 138. A13
    Link Trainer
  • 139. McDonnell Douglas A-4 Skyhawk
    N13
  • 140. A14
    Pilatus PC-6B Porter
  • 141. CAC MB-326H Macchi
    N14
  • 142. A15
    Boeing CH-47 Chinook
  • 143. Hawker Siddley
    HS-748
    N15
  • 144. Order cancelled – not assigned.
    A16
    Bell AH-1 Cobra
  • 145. N16
    Westland Sea King Mk.50A
  • 146. A17
    Bell OH-58A Kiowa
  • 147. N17
    Bell 206B Kiowa
  • 148. GAF
    N-22/N-24 Nomad
    A18
  • 149. A19
    AESL CT-4A Airtrainer
  • 150. A20
    Boeing 707 (KC)
  • 151. McDonnell Douglas F/A-18
    A21
  • 152. Aerospatiale AS-350B Squirrel
    A22
  • 153. Aerospatiale AS-350B Squirrel
    N22
  • 154. A23
    Pilatus PC-9A
  • 155. Sikorsky
    S-70B Seahawk
    N24
  • 156. Sikorsky S-70A Blackhawk
    A25
  • 157. A26
    Dassault Falcon 900
  • 158. Bristish Aerospace Hawk 127
    A27
  • 159. BAE
    MQM-107E Kilkara
    N28
  • 160. N29
    Karman S-2G Sea Sprite
  • 161. Boeing 737AWACS Wedgetail
    A30
  • 162. Beech King Air B200/B350
    A32
  • 163. A36
    Boeing 737 BBJ
  • 164. Bombadier Challenger 604
    A37
  • 165. A38
    Eurocopter Tiger
  • 166. Airbus A330MMRT KC-30B
    A39
  • 167. A40
    MRH-90
  • 168. N40
    NH-90
  • 169. Boeing Globemaster III C-17A
    A41
  • 170. N42
    Augusta
    A-109E
  • 171. N1
    Fairey Firefly
  • 172. N3
    Fairey Gannett
  • 173. McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom
    A69
  • 174. Military Aircraft of AustraliaMiscellaneous
  • 175. 6 Aircraft on lease for SAR
    Sikorsky
    S-76A
    SAR
  • 176. One aircraft loaned to ARDU for trials 1948/1949 – went to CAA
    ARDU
    Trial
    DeHavilland DHA-3 Drover
  • 177. ARDU trials 1993 – transferred to CSIRO
    ARDU
    Trial
    Fokker F-27
  • 178. 2 aircraft used in “Red Top” missile trials at Woomera
    1ATU
    Trial
    DeHavilland Sea Vixen
  • 179. 6 aircraft used during “Operation Buffalo” nuclear tests at Woomera
    Operation Buffalo
    Supermarine Swift F2
  • 180. 3 Aircraft on lease to Army 1980 - 2002
    Army Lease
    DeHavilland Twin Otter
  • 181. 23 examples produced for the RAN
    Turana Target Drone
    RAN
  • 182. 3 aircraft used for Blue Steel tests at Woomera
    BSQN EDN
    Vickers Valiant B.1
  • 183. 2 aircraft used at Woomera – one 1960/1961 and the other 1969
    BSQN EDN
    Avro Vulcan B.1