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Royal Hongkong Auxiliary Air Force

Training role for crash plane

THE remains of a Royal Hongkong Auxiliary Air Force (RHKAAF) plane that crashed in Tolo Harbour last December will be used to help train engineers, it was revealed yesterday as the organisation made plans to celebrate its final day before disbandment.

Wednesday, 31 March, 1993, 12:00am

Boost for air power

TWO battle-proven helicopters have arrived in the territory to spearhead the Government's fight against crime. The new S70A Sikorsky Blackhawks arrived by ship from the US at Kwai Chung where they were unloaded, their propeller blades attached, and then they were flown to Sek Kong.

7 Feb 1993 - 12:00am

Search for lost seamen

TWO aircraft from the Royal Hongkong Auxiliary Air Force searched a section of the South China Sea near Hongkong early yesterday in a hunt for four Chinese seamen who went missing after their wooden vessel sank in a pre-dawn collision with a Singaporean cargo boat.

6 Feb 1993 - 12:00am

Unlikely both engines failed

AS a United States private pilot (Federal Aviation Administration licensed), I wish to comment on the ditching of a Royal Hongkong Auxiliary Air Force (RHKAAF) twin-engined plane in the sea near Tolo Harbour during a training flight, which was reported in the South China Morning Post, on December 16.

11 Jan 1993 - 12:00am