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1 Operational Conversion Unit (No. 1 OCU) was an operational training unit of the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).
1 Operational Conversion Unit (No. Formed in January 1959 at RAAF Base Amberley, Queensland, its role was to convert pilots and navigators to the English Electric Canberra bombers flown by Nos. 1, 2 and 6 Squadrons. The unit's complement of Canberras included . and M. 1 dual-control trainers, and M. 0 bombers.
1 Operational Training Unit (No. 1 OTU) was an operational conversion unit of the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) during World War II. Formed in December 1941 at Nhill, Victoria, it relocated to Bairnsdale in mid-1942, and then to East Sale the following year. No. 1 OTU's primary role was to train aircrew for multi-engined aircraft operations.
The No. 10 Repair & Salvage Unit RAAF was a maintenance unit of the Royal Australian Air Force during World War II. The unit was formed at RAAF Base Amberley and was then stationed at Lowood, Charters Towers, Milne Bay, Goodenough Island, Kiriwin. The unit was formed at RAAF Base Amberley and was then stationed at Lowood, Charters Towers, Milne Bay, Goodenough Island, Kiriwina, Nadzab, Lae, and Morotai. Following the war, unit veterans in Sydney formed the No. 10 RSU Association to organise participation in Anzac Day parades, reunions and social events.
During and shortly after World War II the Royal Australian Air Force formed 13 Communication Units. The Communication Units typically operated small numbers of several types of aircraft. RAAF Historical Section (1995), Units of the Royal Australian Air Force. Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra.
486 Squadron was a maintenance unit of the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF). It was formed in August 1946 as part of No. 86 (Transport) Wing, which operated Douglas C-47 Dakotas out of RAAF Station Schofields, New South Wales. The squadron transferred to RAAF Station Richmond in June 1949. It relocated again to RAAF Base Canberra in April 1954, before returning to Richmond in August 1958 to commence maintenance of No. 86 Wing's newly delivered Lockheed C-130 Hercules.
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One of several Allied tactical air forces formed during World War II, it evolved from the RAAF's No. 10 Operational Group, established a. .RAAF Historical Section (1995). Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service. 10 Operational Group, established a year earlier. It was beset with morale and leadership issues in early 1945, but recovered to take part in the battles of Tarakan, North Borneo, and Balikpapan.
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