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No. 6 Operational Training Unit RAAF
also called 6OTU

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  1. No. 6 Operational Training Unit was a Royal Australian Air Force training unit of World War II. 6OTU was formed at RAAF Base Nowra on 5 June 1943 to provide DAP Beaufort aircrew with training in torpedo dropping procedures and tactics

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  2. The Unit also supported the RAAF's torpedo training and trials unit

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  3. Training was made as realistic as possible, and the converted ferry HMAS Burra-Bra was often used as a target ship. 6OTU was disbanded on 31 March 1944

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