High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles The Wackett Widgeon
seaplanes were built by the Experimental Section of the Royal
Australian Air Force (RAAF) at Randwick, NSW during the mid- to
late-1920s. They were single-engined amphibious biplanes of wooden
construction. Although only two were built, they featured in
several news-worthy aviation events of the time.
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