CAC Boomerang BF*S "Australia's answer to the threat of the Japanese-AT6 centre section stuck to the biggest radial we had. Not a good dog-fighter but amazing at low-level, and flown by pilots that were beyond brave. Love it." KB

CAC Boomerang - The Commonwealth Boomerang was a respectable fighter design emerging from Australia and fielded in response to the impending Japanese invasion of the Australian mainland.

RAAF Spitfire, Kittyhawk And The Rare Boomerang In Action! | World War Wings Videos

RAAF Spitfire, Kittyhawk And The Rare Boomerang In Action!

RAAF Spitfire, Kittyhawk And The Rare Boomerang In Action! | World War Wings Videos

Commonwealth CA-13 Boomerang

Commonwealth CA-13 Boomerang

Commonwealth CA-16 Wirraway Mk3: The CAC Wirraway was a training and general purpose military aircraft manufactured in Australia by the Commonwealth Aircraft Corp. (CAC) between 1939 and 1946. The aircraft was an Australian development of the North American NA-16 training aircraft.  During World War II, the Wirraway saw action against Japanese forces. It was also the starting point for the design of an "emergency fighter", the CAC Boomerang. Wikipédia

Commonwealth Wirraway The CAC Wirraway was a training and general…

CAC Boomerang "Gutsy little mongrel. The notes on these pages are particularly interesting." KB

CAC Boomerang "Gutsy little mongrel. The notes on these pages are particularly…

The CAC Boomerang was a single seat fighter designed by Lawrence Wackett and Fred David and manufactured by the Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation. In 1941 the Royal Australian Air Force was ill prepared to respond to the Second World War against the Japanese air force and requested the Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation to build a fighter aircraft based on the design principles and construction techniques of the Wirraway advance trainer.

CAC Boomerang Mark II (improved version of Mark I

CAA -13 Boomerangs of No 5 Sqdn photographed in 1944 during a training flight in the vicinity of Mareeba, Queensland, Australia

CAA Boomerangs of No 5 Sqdn photographed in 1944 during a training flight in the vicinity of Mareeba, Queensland, Australia

Bell P-63 Kingcobra

Bell Kingcobra (Model was a United States fighter aircraft developed by Bell in World War II

CA-12 Boomerang  | CA-12 Boomerang

CA-12 Boomerang

Matt Denning's Commonwealt Aircraft Corporation Boomerang in flight over Bribie Island, just north of Brisbane. a 27 year restoration project. Aircraft is now operated by the Temora Aviation Museum in New South Wales, australia

CAC Boomerang A46-126  Flown by FLT Adrian Clare

Great view of the CAC Boomerang wing plan.

The Bristol Beaufighter heavy fighter entered service in 1939 and proved itself to be a versatile combat aircraft in the night-fighter, anti-shipping, and torpedo bomber roles. 12 countries used th...

The Bristol Beaufighter heavy fighter entered service in 1939 and proved itself to be a versatile combat aircraft in the night-fighter, anti-shipping, and torpedo bomber roles. 12 countries used th.

Restored ww2 C.A.C Boomerang fighter aircraft

restored C.C Boomerang taxi and take off at Avalon Airshow Victoria Australia

Commonwealth CA-12 Boomerang aircraft picture

Beautifully restored example of a little Aussie battler.

再び日本の空を飛んだ零戦(零式艦上戦闘機)=27日、鹿児島県鹿屋市の海上自衛隊鹿屋基地(鈴木健児撮影)

再び日本の空を飛んだ零戦(零式艦上戦闘機)=27日、鹿児島県鹿屋市の海上自衛隊鹿屋基地(鈴木健児撮影)

RAAF CAC Boomerang fighters in formation (Date and location unknown)

RAAF CAC Boomerang fighters in formation (Date and location unknown)

American World War II Bombers and Recon Planes - Gallery

American World War II Bombers and Recon Planes

The USN found it far superior to the TBF Avenger

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