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Aviation and Military Archaeology may cover almost any form of research into or collecting of artifacts connected with the history of aviation and military relics.

If you have any information about any war relics and air wrecks in our country, please send an email to me malayahg@gmail
 

 

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Bristol Brigand wrecks
A last British piston engines bombers entering Emergency years in Malaya but failed to achieved rates.
Bristol Sycamore wrecks
Small and reliable helicopters engaged in CASEVAC duties in Malaya.
Auster AOP wrecks
A small light aircraft made for liaison and reccon duties but some crashed and still missing.
Vickers Valetta wrecks
Known as flying pig, Valetta were replacing more ageing Dakota but her nasty habit to stall in high speed take some tolls.
Westland Whirlwind
British licence-built version of the U.S. Sikorsky S-55
Westland Dragonfly
A first helicopter entering Malaya airspace but some were lost in the jungles.
Supermarine Spitfire
A final version of Battle of Britain icon send to Malaya as fighter bomber duties and many of these fighters lost in the jungles.
C-47 Dakota wrecks
A reliable workhorse of British units in South East Asia were pressed for service in Malaya and a few example were lost in her long duties.
Blackburn Beverley
Known most as transporter aircraft before C-130 Hercules come in handy.
Morris Light Reccon Car
ww2 armoured car but pressed into service after war to Malaya and used to protect civilians convoys.
  Gloster Meteor
A new jet to replace piston prop aircraft like Hornet.
Bristol Freighter
Used by Royal New Zealand Air Force and pressed into service to fill out Air Drops Operation gap during Malayan Emergency
     
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

   

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