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During May 1942, assigned to the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) as P-40E Kittyhawk serial number A29-94. This aircraft had no known nickname or nose art.
On May 18, 1942 assigned to 76 Squadron. On June 2, 1942 during a night landing, ran through a flare path, killing a civilian on the ground and damaging the aircraft's flaps, landing gear, cowling and tail. Afterwards, repaired and Garbutt Field at Townsville and later assigned to 5 Air Depot (5 AD).
On February 19, 1943 assigned to 75 Squadron. On June 1, 1943 piloted by Sgt Arthur Robert Heywood, 410057 collided with cattle that wandered onto Turnbull Field near Milne Bay. Heywood was not injured but the aircraft was damaged and repaired over the next week.
On September 11, 1943 assigned to 82 Squadron. On October 22, 1943 this aircraft suffered a crash landing at Bankstown Airfield. Afterwards, to 2 Air Depot (2 AD) for repairs.
On February 24, 1944 took off piloted by F/L S. M. Stuart during a flight, this P-40 suffered a drop in oil pressure causing the engine to catch fire and the pilot bailed out with the aircraft crashing at Taren Point in New South Wales. Afterwards, converted to components and salvaged.
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