Title: Commonwealth Boomerang
The Boomerang fighter aircraft was designed using as many components as were already available in Australia, to meet an urgent requirement for a modern combat aircraft. It used the basic wing, undercarriage and tail of the Wirraway, mated to a new fuselage and the Twin Wasp engine in use on the Beaufort. It was very manoeuvrable and well liked by pilots, and approx 250 were built.
To maximise value, this title includes the flight manual (titled Operating Instructions) for both the Boomerang and the earlier Wirraway, the trainer it was derived from. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.