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SMITH DOES IT AGAIN!

T 3.45PM ON 10 December last year, exactly 100 years to the day after Ross and Keith Smith and their crew aboard the Vickers Vimy G-EAOU (see AG 153) landed at Darwin after completing (pictured) completing my own re-enactment of their historic journey.

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