This photograph of an IMA Towed Glider Mk2 is from the Australian War Memorial collection. It is dated January-February 1953 and captioned as follows.
"Pilots and ground staff of 78 Fighter Wing RAAF inspect a glider target that Wing pilots failed to shoot down during a gunnery exercise. The target, which received 136 holes and lost half of one wing, was the only target that did not disintegrate under the RAAF's fire. On the body of the glider are scrawled the words 'The Bradman special'. A detachment from the Wing, based at the time in Malta for garrison duty, was attending an intensive armament practice camp at the RAF base in Cyprus. Identified left to right: Pilot Officer (PO) Reg Jones of North Sydney, NSW; Corporal Tony Gillies of Punchbowl, NSW; PO Keith Meggs DFM of Preston, Vic; an unidentified Czech pilot; Leading Aircraftman (LAC) Don Chinnery of Newcastle, NSW; LAC Neville Johnson of Kogarah, NSW."