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==Crew members==
 
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===Officer Training Unit===
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*[[Frank Keith Morcombe DFC]] Navigator 17 Dec 1941 - 20 Jan 1942
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:31, 8 February 2020

Lockheed Hudson
Lockhead Hudson.jpg
No. 48 RAF Squadron Hudson in early 1942
Lockhead Hudson A16-112 at Point Cook.jpg.jpg
A16-112 at Point Cook 2008
History
Role bomber, transport, reconnaissance, maritime patrols
Designer Clarence "Kelly" Johnson
Manufacturer Lockheed
Produced 1938 - 1943
Number built 2,941
Primary users RAF; RCAF; RAAF; USAAF


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General characteristics

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Crew members

Officer Training Unit