HMAS RUSHCUTTER NAVAL DEPOT
EDGECLIFF, NSW
DURING WW2

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HMAS Rushcutter Naval Depot was established at Edgecliff in New South Wales on 1 August 1940.

Peter Evans' book indicates that the training of RAN Radar Operators transferred from HMAS Rushcutter to HMAS Watson in 1943. The technical functions of Radar operation remained at HMAS Rushcutter.

 

REFERENCE BOOKS

"Royal Australian Navy A - Z, Ships, Aircraft and Shore Establishments"
by J.H. Straczek

"Fairmile Ships of the Royal Australian Navy"
edited by Peter Evans 

 

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