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Engineer Cadet Squadron journal
Bib ID 2089364
Format JournalJournal
Description RAAF Base Frognall : The Squadron, 1980- 
v. : ill., port. 
ISSN 0159-9690 
Life Dates 1979- 
Subjects Australia. Royal Australian Air Force. Engineer Cadet Squadron -- Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Australia. Royal Australian Air Force. Engineer Cadet Squadron

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    Call Number: N 358.4094 ENG
    Status: Available
    Items/Issues Held: (1979-1981; 1985)
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