B24 Liberator A72-80

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Acknowlegements and external links

While every effort has been made to keep all the information on this site as accurate and factual as possible - there may still be some inaccuracies of detail. If discovered, please inform me (the email address is at the bottom of every page).

At this point I would like to thank the following for their assistance:-
Bob Livingstone; Tom Fitzgerald; Dean Norman (ADF Serials); (Dr) Silvano Jung (Marine Archaeologist); Daniel Leahy (Pacific Wrecks Database forum); Ian Parry-Okeden (nephew of the Bombardier); Russ Connolly (manager, Truscott airbase 2004); ..
and recently -
Ross Anderson (Western Australian Museum; dept maritime archaeology); Jim Miles (wreck-hunter) - and many, many more - apologies if I've not listed you yet.

DJH August 2009.


[still under construction - more to be added and "link" code written properly]

Pacific Wrecks Database forum

Peter Dunn's "OzatWar" page on the crash of A72-80

<a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mungalalu_Truscott_Airbase">Wikipedia page on Truscott Airbase (now Mungalalu)</a>

My visit to Truscott - 2004
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/profile?gl=AU&hl=en-GB&user=Davoflix">
YouTube</a> - (4-5 minutes each)
Part 1 (trip from Kununurra to Truscott)
Part 2 (at the base)
Part 3 (return trip to Kununurra)

<a href="http://www.awm.gov.au/">Australian War Memorial website</a>

<a href="http://www.museum.wa.gov.au/">Western Australian Museum website</a>

<a href="http://www.adf-serials.com/">ADF Serials</a>
(a comprehensive listing of all RAAF aircraft)

Darwin Bluewater Charters

<a href="http://www.kimberleyfishingcharters.com/index.html">Kimberley Fishing Charters</a>


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