July 1st marks two years since The Royal Australian Air Force and the Temora Aviation Museum formed a strategic alliance which saw the RAAF take ownership of 11 historic ex-military aircraft types which served the RAAF during times of conflict.
This partnership allows for the aircraft to remain at Temora Aviation Museum to assist in broadening the Museum’s engagement with the Australian community. The Temora Historic Flight Club continues to be responsible for the flying displays at Temora, and the Temora Aviation Museum Engineering team continues to provide maintenance to all the aircraft at the Museum.
Since 2019, RAAF 100 Squadron has been re-established and is responsible for the continued operation of their historic fleet of aircraft based at Temora and Point Cook. Together they have commenced the commemoration of the RAAF Centenary year, celebrated 20 years of the Temora Aviation Museum, and continue to showcase the 100SQN Temora Historic Flight aircraft both locally and interstate.
We look forward to continuing seeing this partnership between the RAAF 100SQN and the Temora Aviation Museum supporting the continual operation of Australia’s ex-military aircraft history for many years to come.