Spitfire MkVcTrop of Squadron Leader K. E. James 457 squadron RAAF, 34 mile (Livingstone).
Ref: Argus Newspaper Collection of Photographs, State Library of Victoria
In this section you will find information pertaining to RAAF, USAAF and ML-KNIL sites in the Northern Territory.
You will also find research pages relating to unit vehicles, structures, camouflage, weapons, uniforms, equipment and Aircraft types etc.
Sites are listed from North to South.
Many of these sites were occupied by varied units during the course of the war and hence the accuracy of units that occupied these sites cannot be guaranteed.
RAAF Adelaide River Airstrip (73 Mile) Mt Bundy Station by Doug Tilley and Clinton Bock Acknowledge
The following series of documents come from the late Major General Bernard L. Robinson of the United
Gould Field in 2008 looking to the South of the runway Gould Field & Base Camp Private Property
A B-24D comes into land at Fenton Field in June 1943, some two months after the group formally arriv
A B-24D of the 319th Squadron lifts off from Fenton Field to demonstrate the flight characteristics
(Copywrite) Authors Collection, 2014 64th Squadron, 43rd BG USAAF at Fenton Field The purpose of the
Fenton Field in 1999 Coming soon a series of pages that detail… - Life at Fenton - 319th Squad
Members of Number 2 Squadron RAAF pose for a group portrait with a B-25D at Hughes Field, 1944-45. (
United States Army Air Force Uniforms in the NT With the attack on Pearl Harbour and the Philippines
VH-MMA DC-3A (42-23731) at Coomalie on the 24/6/2006 during the height of the dry season. Coomalie A