FORCED LANDING OF A BOOMERANG
AT BALD HILL,
10 MILES SOUTH OF BEVERLEY, WA
ON 27 JULY 1944

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Boomerang A46-122 "Suzy-Q"

Boomerang A46-33 of 85 Squadron RAAF, piloted by W/O C. Miller, made a forced landing due to bad weather at Bald Hill, 10 mile south of Beverley in Western Australia on 27 July 1944. There were no reported damage to the aircraft or injuries to the pilot.

 

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By Alan Mitchell

 

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