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US Navy PV-1 Ventura aircraft of Bombing Squadron VB-135 and PBY-5A Catalina from another squadron at the Adak Island airfield, Aleutian Islands, US Territory of Alaska, summer 1943Worker scraping a plaster cast for plexiglass for PV-1 turrets, Lockheed factory, Burbank, California, United States, Aug 1943
US Navy PV-1 Ventura aircraft of Bombing Squadron VB-135 and PBY-5A Catalina from another squadron at the Adak Island airfield, Aleutian Islands, US Territory of Alaska, summer 1943Worker scraping a plaster cast for plexiglass for PV-1 turrets, Lockheed factory, Burbank, California, United States, Aug 1943
Workers checking a newly completed PV-1 aircraft, Lockheed factory, Burbank, California, United States, Aug 1943PV-1 Ventura in service as a night fighter with Marine Night Fighting Squadron VMF(N)-531 at Banika, Russell Islands in the Solomons, mid-Sep 1943.
Workers checking a newly completed PV-1 aircraft, Lockheed factory, Burbank, California, United States, Aug 1943PV-1 Ventura in service as a night fighter with Marine Night Fighting Squadron VMF(N)-531 at Banika, Russell Islands in the Solomons, mid-Sep 1943.
USS Yorktown (Essex-class) at the Alameda Naval Air Station loading aircraft and vehicles for transportation to the Pacific, 14 Sep 1943. Note three PV-1 Venturas on the after flight deck. Photo 1 of 2.USS Yorktown (Essex-class) at the Alameda Naval Air Station loading aircraft and vehicles for transportation to the Pacific, 14 Sep 1943. Note three PV-1 Venturas on the after flight deck. Photo 2 of 2.
USS Yorktown (Essex-class) at the Alameda Naval Air Station loading aircraft and vehicles for transportation to the Pacific, 14 Sep 1943. Note three PV-1 Venturas on the after flight deck. Photo 1 of 2.USS Yorktown (Essex-class) at the Alameda Naval Air Station loading aircraft and vehicles for transportation to the Pacific, 14 Sep 1943. Note three PV-1 Venturas on the after flight deck. Photo 2 of 2.
US Navy sailor performing routine maintenance on a PV-1 Ventura aircraft of squadron VB-141 at Hato Field, Curaçao, Netherlands West Indies, Nov 1943Lockheed PV-2 Harpoon in flight, Dec 1943. The Harpoon was an upgraded variant of the PV-1 Ventura with 25% more wing area.
US Navy sailor performing routine maintenance on a PV-1 Ventura aircraft of squadron VB-141 at Hato Field, Curaçao, Netherlands West Indies, Nov 1943Lockheed PV-2 Harpoon in flight, Dec 1943. The Harpoon was an upgraded variant of the PV-1 Ventura with 25% more wing area.
Navy PV-1 Ventura patrol aircraft of Bombing Squadron VB-139 returning to Attu was forced down due to low fuel and landed on a frozen lake, Agattu Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, 30 Dec 1943. No injuries.US Navy PV-1 Ventura aircraft used by the Ames Aeronautical Laboratory of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics at Moffett Field, California, United States, early 1944
Navy PV-1 Ventura patrol aircraft of Bombing Squadron VB-139 returning to Attu was forced down due to low fuel and landed on a frozen lake, Agattu Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, 30 Dec 1943. No injuries.US Navy PV-1 Ventura aircraft used by the Ames Aeronautical Laboratory of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics at Moffett Field, California, United States, early 1944
A US Navy PV-1 Ventura patrol bomber of Bombing Squadron VB-136 in flight over Aleutian Islands, Alaska, 1944A PV-1 Ventura of Bombing Squadron VB-139 after a belly landing on Attu Island, Alaska, 18 May 1944. This aircraft’s hydraulics were shot out by a Japanese gunboat off the Kamchatka Peninsula. Photo 1 of 2
A US Navy PV-1 Ventura patrol bomber of Bombing Squadron VB-136 in flight over Aleutian Islands, Alaska, 1944A PV-1 Ventura of Bombing Squadron VB-139 after a belly landing on Attu Island, Alaska, 18 May 1944. This aircraft’s hydraulics were shot out by a Japanese gunboat off the Kamchatka Peninsula. Photo 1 of 2
A PV-1 Ventura of Bombing Squadron VB-139 after a belly landing on Attu Island, Alaska, 18 May 1944. This aircraft’s hydraulics were shot out by a Japanese gunboat off the Kamchatka Peninsula. Photo 2 of 2Commodore Leslie Gehres inspecting a PV-1 Ventura of Bombing Squadron VB-139 after a belly landing on Attu Island, Alaska, 18 May 1944. Note the Marsden Matting runway surface
A PV-1 Ventura of Bombing Squadron VB-139 after a belly landing on Attu Island, Alaska, 18 May 1944. This aircraft’s hydraulics were shot out by a Japanese gunboat off the Kamchatka Peninsula. Photo 2 of 2Commodore Leslie Gehres inspecting a PV-1 Ventura of Bombing Squadron VB-139 after a belly landing on Attu Island, Alaska, 18 May 1944. Note the Marsden Matting runway surface
Crews providing maintenance to PV-1 Ventura patrol bombers of US Navy squadron VPB-147 at NAS Isla Grande, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Jun 1944; note rocket rails mounted under the wingsGround Crewmen with Bombing Squadron 139 posing with their squadron mascot in front of the tail section of a PV-1 Ventura patrol bomber on Attu Island, Alaska, 4 Jun 1944. Note the Marsden mat surface.
Crews providing maintenance to PV-1 Ventura patrol bombers of US Navy squadron VPB-147 at NAS Isla Grande, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Jun 1944; note rocket rails mounted under the wingsGround Crewmen with Bombing Squadron 139 posing with their squadron mascot in front of the tail section of a PV-1 Ventura patrol bomber on Attu Island, Alaska, 4 Jun 1944. Note the Marsden mat surface.
USS Intrepid departing San Francisco, California, 9 Jun 1944 packed with vehicles, equipment, and aircraft including SBD Dauntless, F6F Hellcats, C-45 Expeditors, PV-1 Venturas, and P-61 Black Widows. Photo 1 of 3USS Intrepid departing San Francisco, California, 9 Jun 1944 packed with vehicles, equipment, and aircraft including SBD Dauntless, F6F Hellcats, C-45 Expeditors, PV-1 Venturas, and P-61 Black Widows. Photo 2 of 3
USS Intrepid departing San Francisco, California, 9 Jun 1944 packed with vehicles, equipment, and aircraft including SBD Dauntless, F6F Hellcats, C-45 Expeditors, PV-1 Venturas, and P-61 Black Widows. Photo 1 of 3USS Intrepid departing San Francisco, California, 9 Jun 1944 packed with vehicles, equipment, and aircraft including SBD Dauntless, F6F Hellcats, C-45 Expeditors, PV-1 Venturas, and P-61 Black Widows. Photo 2 of 3
USS Intrepid departing San Francisco, California, 9 Jun 1944 packed with vehicles, equipment, and aircraft including SBD Dauntless, F6F Hellcats, C-45 Expeditors, PV-1 Venturas, and P-61 Black Widows. Photo 3 of 3A squadron of PV-1 Ventura patrol planes on the ramp at Ault Field, NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, United States, mid 1944.
USS Intrepid departing San Francisco, California, 9 Jun 1944 packed with vehicles, equipment, and aircraft including SBD Dauntless, F6F Hellcats, C-45 Expeditors, PV-1 Venturas, and P-61 Black Widows. Photo 3 of 3A squadron of PV-1 Ventura patrol planes on the ramp at Ault Field, NAS Whidbey Island, Washington, United States, mid 1944.

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