The Mosquito Aircraft Association of Australia Incorporated

ABN - 68 831  327  047



These pages contain historical information from many donated sources.


If you have any historical data the MAAA would be most pleased to obtain a copy. The data can encompass anything covering the De Havilland Mosquito, 1 Squadron RAAF, 87 Squadron RAAF, RAAF Mosquito squadrons operating overseas, any personnel details related to aircrew, ground crew etc., at Coomalie Creek Northern Territory base.


We would like originals if possible, failing that copies of paperwork, suitably notated photos and any Mosquito hardware that may be restored or used as templates for the restoration of A52-600.


In addition to the collections provided by various people (as in the list on the left) the following documents can be viewed by selecting the links:


1 Squadron PRU and 87 Squadron by Wing Commander E.D. Flaty


1 Squadron ’Something to Remember’ by Air Commodore Mark Lax


A_Time_for_Reflection-50_years_on’_by Flying_Officer_Herb_Trevenen


Manufacture of Mosquitos during World War 2