The famous Black Cats were used on covert night operations mine laying just about every enemy port in the South West Pacific Area, operations extending as far as the Chinese coast. During these operations aircrew were lost Kingsland In , a Japanese taskforce bound for Port Moresby was located and followed by Catalina aircraft. The extensive duration of the Catalina enabled the aircraft to remain in contact with the Japanese force and call in the navy.
Reports transmitted from the aircraft allowed American and Australian navies to intercept the Japanese force, resulting in the Battle of the Coral Sea. Flying boats from Rathmines were a part of this battle, which ended with the Japanese forced to withdraw from Australian waters, effectively ending the immediate threat of a Japanese invasion of the Australian mainland.
This operation was possibly the longest operation flown from Australia during the war. The Rathmines Base was an important flying boat crew training facility for the war. During the 's crews for No's 9, 10, 11 Squadrons trained at Rathmines, with a total of over Catalina air crews trained at the base. New flying boats were made in the USA, and were then converted at Rathmines for operational duties. The base reached its peak strength of almost officers and other ranks in , and was the largest flying boat base in Australia.
Rathmines Seaplane Base ceased operations by the end of After the war Catalina's were phased out, and in January the Catalina aircraft was declared surplus to requirements. Many buildings were privately purchased and removed from the site or used by Lake Macquarie Council as community halls.
The redevelopment of the venue will add a professional fit-out, with modern audio-visual equipment and lighting, upgraded dressing rooms, a performers' green room, and improved bathrooms and amenities. Australian theme abbrev New South Wales theme Local theme 1. Environment-Tracing the evolution of a continent's special environments Environment - naturally evolved-Activities associated with the physical surroundings that support human life and influence or shape human cultures. Other open space- 1. River flats- 1. Changing the environment- 1. Cultural: Rivers and water bodies important to humans- 1.
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In Cork lined out against Kerry in the Munster final once again.
That game ended in a 0—10 apiece draw. The replay saw a much fresher Cork team defeat Kerry by 1—12 to 0—9. Masters proved the hero of the day, as he scored 1—7. In a similar pattern to previous encounters Cork failed to beat Kerry at Croke Park. A 0—16 to 0—10 resulted in Masters's side being defeated. In Cork narrowly lost their Munster crown to Kerry. In spite of the 1—15 to 1—13 defeat Cork still had another chance to claim the All-Ireland title. Kerry, however, were the opponents. While the first half was played on an even keel, 'the Kingdom' ran riot in the second half and a rout ensued.
At the full-time whistle Cork were trounced by 3—13 to 1—9. In Cork gained a modicum of revenge on Kerry when sides met in the Munster final. Kerry were cruising by eight points at the interval, however, Cork stormed back in the second-half.
Kerry could only muster three points as Cork secured a 1—16 to 1—11 victory. It was Masters's second Munster winners' medal. Both sides met again in the All-Ireland semi-final, however, after a thrilling draw and a replay Kerry were the team that advanced to the championship decider. In Cork defeated Kerry in a replay of the provincial semi-final, thus securing a place for Masters's side in a fifth consecutive Munster final.
Limerick provided the opposition on that occasion and, while many expected the game to be a foregone conclusion, Cork had to fight tooth-and-nail for every ball. For a while it looked as if Limerick would claim an historic victory, however, at the full-time whistle Cork got out of jail and won by just a single point.
Masters decided to withdraw from the Cork panel in March citing his lack of game time as the reason. Masters had become a more peripheral figure in the Cork set up throughout with the emergence of younger players such as Colm O'Neill reducing him to the role of a substitute. Masters also lined out with Munster in the inter-provincial football competition. He first played with his province in , however, Munster were defeated by Ulster at the semi-final stage.
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