AUSTRALIAN AIR INVESTIGATION
IN AUSTRALIA DURING WWII
Albert Neil Beaumont (141791) was Ranger 11 with the Australian Air Investigation Intelligence (AAII). His job was to capture Australians who were traitors and working for the Japanese and the Germans. Most of his missions were in the Islands or North Queensland, though he did have to go to other States of Australia. He was trained in unarmed hand to hand combat.
He had a 33 year oath of silence which he honoured and was told that his unit did not exist and all records would be destroyed. His grand-daughter, Julie Beaumont, has carried out some research on his service records which state that he was attached to the FMBC of the Air-Sea Rescue Squadron, stationed in Milne Bay in New Guinea.
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I'd like to thank Julie Beaumont for her assistance with this home page.
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