RAAF B.20 - A84-238
A84-238 GAF A84-238 - On sticks. Bomb aimer's glazing broken
(Photo : Les Wilson)
GAF A84-238 - Another view. Note A84-248 in background
(Photo : Les Wilson)
A84-238 Vietnam
GAF A84-238 - In revettements at Phan Rang. (Photo : Via Robert Mikesh)

This Australian built Canberra first flew on 25 October 1956 and was delivered to the charge of the RAAFover eighteen months later on 24 April 1958. After successfully flying combat missions with RAAF's 2Sqd in Vietnam, A84-238 returned to Australia and was fitted with specialised cartographic surveying equipment. This equipment would probably have meant having a hole cut in the bomb doors as with A84-230, another preserved RAAF Canberra.

A84-238 can now be seen on poles at a caravan park (Willowbank) near the RAAF base at Amberly in company with another survivor, A84-248.