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 5 Squadron RAAF Boomerangs      
These images come from Rob Fox of Flightpath Magazine where some of them have been previously published. Information on aircraft history comes from the ADF serials website Links: 4 Squadron Boomerangs
Nearest aircraft, BF-N is A46-128, a CA-13 C/N 951
went to SDF for carbon monoxide tests 27/8/43 served with 5 and 84 Sqn; coded BF-N with "U Beaut II" on the cowl with a man in a tux riding on a broom while with 5 Sqn and usually the a/c of S/L Cook; converted to components 4/45.
2 aircraft back is BF-H 146-182, another CA-13 C/N 1005 which served with 5 Sqn and coded BF-H; involved in a landing accident at Cape Hoskin, New Britain 12/3/45; converted to components 8/45.served with 5 Sqn and coded BF-H; involved in a landing accident at Cape Hoskin, New Britain 12/3/45; converted to components 8/45.
The next couple of shots are enlerged parts of the previous pic.
A pair of CMPs with Lend-Lease Chev fitted with what looks like a wireless or radar body behind.
A Ford/MH refueller and what looks like a Federal refueller. A 5 squadron Wirraway.