Air Power Archaeology

The Historical Archaeology of Second World War Air Power in Australia
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The Air Power Archaeology website has been developed by Daniel J. Leahy as part of his PhD project at the University of New England. The project looks at the historical archaeology of Second World War air power sites across Australia. The online database currently includes profiles for...

599
SITES
221,537
PERSONNEL
7,838
AIRCRAFT
722
UNITS

Website functionality is being made publicly available as the project progresses. It is planned that the website will continue to grow and evolve once the PhD project has been completed.

On This Day

Died 16 July 1943:
Aircraftman 1st Class
LEONARD ALBERT THOMAS, RAAF

Williamtown, New South Wales - 16 July 1941 (NAA: A9186, 143)

Normal Working Day: Target Practice Hut No. 48 and 49 from 0900 to 1130 hours. Organised sport all personnel from 1300 hours to 1730 hours.

Database Updated:
21 June 2024
10:22:32 AM (AEST)
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY

We acknowledge the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and pay our respects to elders past, present, and emerging.