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Flight Replicas CAC Bommerang VH-USB v2

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Textures the payware Flight Replicas CAC Boomerang depicting postwar VH-USB.

After the war, A46-30 was disguised to look like Sir Charles Kingsford Smith's Altair VH-USB Lady Southern Cross for the film "Smithy". The spinner and guns were removed and a new paint scheme applied. After the film, A46-30 was donated to the Australian Air League in Sydney in August 1946. It stayed there until 1964. By then it had deteriorated due to exposure to the weather and vandalism. Wing Commander Isaacs, the CO of Williamtown, organised the relocation of A46-30 to Willamtown for restoration.

 

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What's New in Version v2

Released

v2: Correct read-me file




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