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Panic Stations at Coffs
In WWII, Coffs Harbour (Aerodrome) was used as an anti-submarine aircraft base, patrolling roughly the same area that was flown for the March 24 Flyin. Japanese submarines sunk a number of ships in this area, we wounded a couple of subs.
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Andy Parish

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Ollie Alderson

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Comment #1 - Posted Wed, 12 Mar 2008, 16:09:04
I wonder who the good lucking guy is in the tan sweatshirt? Regards Ollie
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