On 28 January 2021, a re-dedication service was held in Glenbrook, New South Wales, commemorating the 80th anniversary of the loss of five Royal Australian Air Force members when Avro Anson A4-5 crashed in the village during an aeromedical evacuation flight.
The service involved personnel from nearby RAAF Base Glenbrook as well as local historian groups and Blue Mountains City Council.
The aircraft was transporting a patient from RAAF Parkes to Mascot in Sydney when it suffered a structural failure of its wing over Glenbrook and crashed. On 24 March 1994, Air Force commemorated the loss of Anson A4-5 with Blue Mountains City Council and Glenbrook and District Historical Society, installing a sandstone cairn with a brass plaque at the site of the crash.
The service formed part of RAAF Base Glenbrook’s calendar of events for the Air Force Centenary, providing an opportunity for the Air Force to engage with their local community.