Commonwealth CA-19 Boomerang: The Boomerang was a single-seat fighter monoplane incorporating the principal features of the Wirraway... Designed and produced after the Japanese entered WW II as an emergency measure to strengthen the RAAF, 250 were built between 1942 and 1944 in four versions: CA-12, CA-13, CA-14, CA-19.

Commonwealth CA-19 Boomerang: The Boomerang was a single-seat fighter monoplane incorporating the principal features of the Wirraway... Designed and produced after the Japanese entered WW II as an emergency measure to strengthen the RAAF, 250 were built between 1942 and 1944 in four versions: CA-12, CA-13, CA-14, CA-19.

CAC BOOMERANG/A46-206

This registry documents all CAC Boomerangs that survived military service.

CAC BOOMERANG/A46-206

This registry documents all CAC Boomerangs that survived military service.

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Commonwealth CA-19 Boomerang aircraft picture

CAC Boomerang - Caboolture Airshow 2004 - Photo taken at Caboolture (YCAB) in Queensland, Australia on May

WARBIRDSHIRTS.COM (928) 636-7643 Fighter Shirts Caps & More Featuring Warbird Aircraft from WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam and the Modern Era

WARBIRDSHIRTS.COM (928) 636-7643 Fighter Shirts Caps & More Featuring Warbird Aircraft from WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam and the Modern Era

Pacific Victory WWII on

Pacific Victory WWII on

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CAC Boomerang.

Photo taken at In Flight in New South Wales, Australia on September

CAC Boomerang. It was a small fighter, designed with an emphasis on manoeuvrability. It had an overall length of just 7.7 metres (25.5 ft) and an 11 m (36 ft) wingspan. It was very well-armed, with two 20 mm cannon (no such weapons were manufactured locally, but a British-made Hispano-Suiza 20 mm which had been collected as a souvenir was reverse engineered) and four .303 calibre (7.7 mm) machine guns, all mounted in the short, thick wings. It was generously equipped with armour plating.

On late final RWY - Photo taken at Adelaide - Parafield (YPPF) in South Australia, Australia on March

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