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On April 6, 1944 took off piloted by F/O Reginald "Reg" Marr on a mission to rescue the crew of Beaufighter A19-156 that force landed at Cartier Island south of Semaroe Island. The landing was in the open sea at dusk and took off again after dark.
On June 6, 1945 assigned to 111 Air Sea Rescue Flight (111 ASRF) and operated from Madang Seaplane Base.
On July 6, 1945, took off from Madang Seaplane Base piloted by F/Lt Clive W. Miller on a mission to locate the P-38 Lightning pilot Carter who bailed out approximately 10 miles northeast of Lake Chambri in the Sepik River area, but was unable to land to rescue him, nor was a RAAF Walrus.
On July 7, 1945 took took off from Madang Seaplane Base piloted by F/Lt Clive W. Miller and dropped supplies to P-38 Lightning pilot Carter. On the ground, Carter was able to retrieve the supplies and fell asleep from exhaustion. Meanwhile, a RAAF Walrus piloted by F/O Agnew circled him but was unable to land due to bad weather and a message was dropped to him to await another rescue the next day and instructed him to walk roughly 250 yards towards the Karawari River, but Carter was unable to reach the river.
On July 8, 1945 took took off from Madang Seaplane Base piloted by F/Lt Clive W. Miller and proceeded to Awar to lead Walrus X9515 with a rescue party. The Walrus landed in the Karawari River despite floating debris and a six knot current. Meanwhile, Beaufort A9-657 piloted by F/L Thomas and Beaufort A9-680 piloted by S/L Dewar both from 100 Squadron covered the rescue by strafing nearby villages and suspect Japanese positions. Afterwards, the Walrus successfully took off and landed at Tadji Airfield.
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