|06APR51||Allotted serial number A89-228.|
|03DEC52||Received 11SQN Pearce ex USA.|
|01DEC53||Departed Pearce for storage at 3AD Archerfield.|
|02DEC54||3AD instructed to upgrade the aircraft to fly-away status.|
|10JAN55||Back at 11SQN by this date.|
|04MAR57||Despatched to CAC, Avalon for prototype fitment of an unstated modification.|
|20MAY57||Received 11SQN ex CAC.|
|13NOV57||Allotted to ARDU for trials.|
|24NOV57||Allotted to 11SQN ex ARDU.|
|04MAY58||Despatched to ARDU for trials.|
|04JUL58||Received 2AD ex ARDU.|
|11AUG58||Despatched to ARDU for trials.|
|15AUG58||Planned date of return to 11SQN.|
|25JUL59||Departed for USA for Jet Pod Mod.|
|14NOV59||Returned from the USA.|
|11APR60||Received at CAC, Avalon for Mod 208.|
|21APR60||Allotted 11SQN ex CAC.|
|07JUL61||Received at CAC, Avalon for Mod 201.|
|04AUG61||Received 11SQN ex CAC.|
|JAN65||Noted carrying the name Flt. Lt. Fred Weir Crew D under the cockpit on the left side. Below this was the name "A Hard Days Night" (a movie released in 1964) in light blue outlined in red. By this time the aircraft was painted light grey. (Source: John Bennett) Photo|
|18MAY66||Four Neptunes departed Richmond for NAS Sangley Point in the Philippines via Townsville, Port Moresby and Guam for SEATO Exercise SEA IMP. The aircraft were A89-304, 306, 307 and 309.|
|30MAY66||The four aircraft flew from Sangley Point to Butterworth to continue Exercise SEA IMP.|
|07JUN66||A89-306, 307 and 309 departed Butterworth for overnight stops at Cocos Island and Pearce returning to Richmond on 09JUN66. A89-304 departed for Bangkok for the SEA IMP debrief departing for Butterworth on 09JUN66 returning to Richmond via Cocos Island and Pearce on 12JUN66.|
|21MAY67||Photographed carrying the name LAZARET on the starboard side.|
|08JUN67||A89-306 & 304 departed Richmond for Darwin to serve in an AEW role during Exercise High Venus. No sorties were aborted and results were excellent. Both aircraft departed Darwin for Richmond on 15JUN67 but A89-304 had to return to Darwin for an engine change. This is the last recorded operation by A89-306 in the 11SQN ORB but evidently not all flights were recorded as the Squadron was preoccupied with the introduction of the P-3B Orion.|
|15DEC67||Received at Hawker de Havilland, Bankstown for storage pending disposal decision.|
|19APR68||Hawker de Havilland, Bankstown advised to convert aircraft to components and declare residue for disposal.|
|NOV68||Broken up at Bankstown.|
|NAA, RAAF Unit History sheets (Form A50) [Operations Record Book - Forms A50 and A51] Number 11 Squadron Nov 50 - Jun 67, Series number A9186.|
|RAAF Form E/E.88 Record Card.|
Added a reference to Exercise Sea Imp in MAY-JUN66.
Added a reference at 08JUN67.
Added details of the storage at Archerfield.
Added further details of the name "A Hard Day's Night" thanks to John Bennett.
Added return date from the Jet Pod Mod.
Added three images thanks to Baldur Sveinsson.