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The Royal Australian Air Force Monument commemorates the men and women who served Australia during World War Two.
The monument was erected as an Australia Remembers project and honours the serving personnel who were stationed and passed through Camden airport during World War Two.
|Address:||Aerodrome Road, Camden Airport, Cobbitty, 2570|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: 34.040611|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Event STart Date:||03-September-1939|
|Actual Event End Date:||15-August-1945|
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Saturday 19th August, 1995|
In Honour Of The Men & Women Who Served Australia In Time Of Conflict During World War II
Lest We Forget
This Monument Was Unveiled On The 19th August 1995 By Air Commodore G.I. Lumsden, AM Royal Australian Air Force.
This Monument Is Dedicated To All Serving Personnel Who Trained, Were Stationed And Passed Through Camden Airport During World War II.
RAAF And RAF Squadrons Based At Camden Airport During World War II:
32 Squadron Central Flying School
73 Squadron 14 Fighter Section
13 Squadron 13 Operational Base Unit
78 Squadron 47 Operational Base Unit
72 Squadron 48 Operational Base Unit
30 Squadron 58 Radar Station
4 Squadron 220 Radar Station
457 Squadron 3 Communications Unit
15 Squadron 300 RAF Transport Wing
Aircraft: Tiger Moth Wirraway Spitfire
Hudson Beaufort Vultee Vengeance.