RAAF Williams (ICAO: YMPC) comprises the two bases of Point Cook and Laverton, on the outskirts of Melbourne, Victoria. Both establishments previously existed as separate RAAF Bases (RAAF Base Point Cook and RAAF Base Laverton) until 1999 when they were amalgamated to form RAAF Williams. The name was chosen in honour of Air Marshal Sir Richard Williams, the 'father' of the Royal Australian Air Force.
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... UNIT FULL NAME LOCATION AIRCRAFT HQAFTG Headquarters Air Force Training Group RAAF Williams Air Training Wing HQATW Headquarters Air Training Wing RAAF Base East Sale ADFBFTS. 2 Flying Training School RAAF Base Pearce Pilatus PC-9 CFS Central Flying School RAAF Base East Sale Pilatus PC-9 SAW School of Aviation Warfare RAAF. 32 Squadron RAAF Base East Sale King Air 350 CSTS Combat Survival Training School RAAF Base Townsville Ground Training Wing Ground Training Wing HQ Ground ...
... to expand or consolidate the permanent RAAF bases, or establish new civilian airfields ... imported UK constructed examples exist on the Southern Tarmac at Point Cook (RAAF Williams) These are believed to be the only UK examples surviving in ... examples exist on the Northern Tarmac at Point Cook housing the RAAF Museum (RAAF Williams) (These Bellmans at Point Cook are therefore on the National Heritage List) ...
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