Wartime Magazine (Summer 2021) - 100 Years of the RAAF
- Australians in Bomber Command by Lachlan Grant. Their dangerous service achieved much for the war effort, but thousands did not return.
- The RAAF at Milne Bay by Shane Casey. Australian forces turned back a Japanese invasion of Papua in 1942.
- Resilience in the sands by Nicholas Dickie. Aerial warfare in North Africa took many lives, but spare a thought for the Australian ground crews serving the fliers.
- Eyes in the sky by Squadron Leader Sarah-Jane Leech. A personal perspective on today’s RAAF.
- The Great War in the air by Michael Molkentin. Australia’s first airmen over France served with the Army, but their exploits led to the founding of the RAAF.
- Playing their part by Kerry Neale. The first women in the Air Force may not have flown, but they made a great contribution to the war at home.
- Service far and wide by Mark Lax. From 1946 to 1975, the RAAF has served around our region and beyond.
- Bronco back in trim by Claire Hunter. A workhorse of the Vietnam War has been lovingly restored.
- Today's air force by Martin James. The RAAF has developed to meet expanding roles.
- Plus regular features including Reflections, Collection Insights, In the Picture, Spinning the Reels, book reviews and Last Post.
Magazine, illustrated throughout, 72 pages.