mike furline wrote:
This is the aircraft landing at the 7:19 mark. ( No damage to left wing.)
This is the plane that taxis in. ( Damaged left wing. No damage to the right wing.)
Then a few seconds later a damaged right wing.
There are three different Kittyhawks in these screen captures.
This first pic with the aircraft about to land is A29-575 coded HU-E and named "Black Magic", a famous aircraft of 78 Squadron RAAF.
The second and third captures are of A29-521 coded GA-N of 75 Squadron and named "Svengali", damaged after a mid air collision 9/8/44. I would guess this is post return and the aircraft is being taxied for the camera, but it is possible that it is the actual landing.
The final capture is of A29-563 coded HU-M or HU-H, of 78 Squadron. On 28/7/44 its starboard mainplane hit a ground obstruction removing about 6 ft of it when F/Sgt Donald Abercrombie Smyth (424311) was strafing at Noemi strip