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Tomorrow - what does it hold for civil aviation?
A B Corbett, MBE, AMIE (Director-General of Civil Aviation)
"On post war air transport will largely depend all the hopes for the future."
The Beaufighter strikes in the north
Beaufighters are the aircraft making big news in the North. Long flights across lonely waters end in lightning attacks to surprise the Japs and in 20 seconds peaceful airstrips are transformed into a littler of burning aircraft, smoking buildings and exploding dumps...
Save your fireworks for the Jap
U.S. Army Forms Special Safety Bureau To Foster Doctrine of Fewer Accidents.
Ace newsreel man has flown on many raids
Interview with war correspondent, Damien Parer
, discussing those RAAF personnel and actions he had filmed.
The quietest place in the service
No. 6 RAAF Hospital tries to be a Home from Home
Every airman's guide: No. 2 - Defines D. Posts
Introducing our next door neighbours... The New Zealand WAAF
First wings to ATC Cadets
Tarmac Terry taking over
They leave their mark
Spotlight of the fortnight: Gremlins also inhabit racecourses
Aborigines and air observers
Service tradesmen in civil life
Pilot Officer Bird's cagey quizzes
Bomb happy George presents
Books and you: Cobby's high adventures
Let's open the hangar door
Medicine and duty