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Flight crews gather around a PBY-5A Catalina patrol plane on a Marsden Mat seaplane ramp in the Aleutians, 1944-45. Note oil splatters on the hull from the notoriously leaky radial engines.PBY-5A Catalina aircraft of US Navy Patrol Bomber Squadron VPB-6 in flight over Narssarsuak Fjord, Greenland, 1945
Flight crews gather around a PBY-5A Catalina patrol plane on a Marsden Mat seaplane ramp in the Aleutians, 1944-45. Note oil splatters on the hull from the notoriously leaky radial engines.PBY-5A Catalina aircraft of US Navy Patrol Bomber Squadron VPB-6 in flight over Narssarsuak Fjord, Greenland, 1945
PBY-5 Catalina of US Navy Patrol Squadron VP-52 sits in Woendi Lagoon, Dutch New Guinea, 1944-45. As this photograph was taken, this airplane was in the process of slowly sinking, which it did a short time later.Royal New Zealand Air Force PBY-5 Catalina at Halavo Bay, Florida Island (now Nggela Sule), Solomon Islands, 1944-45
PBY-5 Catalina of US Navy Patrol Squadron VP-52 sits in Woendi Lagoon, Dutch New Guinea, 1944-45. As this photograph was taken, this airplane was in the process of slowly sinking, which it did a short time later.Royal New Zealand Air Force PBY-5 Catalina at Halavo Bay, Florida Island (now Nggela Sule), Solomon Islands, 1944-45
Destroyer HMS Malcolm approaching German submarine U-541 after the U-Boat surrendered pursuant to Germany’s surrender terms, 11 May 1945 off Portugal, photographed from a PBY from VPB-63.Australian soldiers posing with a captured Japanese Type 92 tankette and wrecked No. 42 Squadron RAAF Catalina aircraft, Balikpapan, Borneo, 1945
Destroyer HMS Malcolm approaching German submarine U-541 after the U-Boat surrendered pursuant to Germany’s surrender terms, 11 May 1945 off Portugal, photographed from a PBY from VPB-63.Australian soldiers posing with a captured Japanese Type 92 tankette and wrecked No. 42 Squadron RAAF Catalina aircraft, Balikpapan, Borneo, 1945
Australian troops of 37/52nd infantry battalion loading gear onto a New Zealand PB2B-1 Catalina aircraft at Nantambu, New Britain, Solomon Islands, 22 Aug 1945Black PBY-5A Catalina of Patrol Bombing Squadron VPB-54 pulled from the water at a base in the Philippines, late 1945.
Australian troops of 37/52nd infantry battalion loading gear onto a New Zealand PB2B-1 Catalina aircraft at Nantambu, New Britain, Solomon Islands, 22 Aug 1945Black PBY-5A Catalina of Patrol Bombing Squadron VPB-54 pulled from the water at a base in the Philippines, late 1945.
PBY-5A Catalina and F6F Hellcat on the pad at Naval Air Station Alameda, California, United States, 1947. Note that the Hellcat’s engine has been removed.SB-17G aircraft of Flight D of the US Air Force 5th Rescue Squadron, circa late 1940s; note rescue boat mounted beneath fuselage, chin-mounted radar dome, and Catalina in background
PBY-5A Catalina and F6F Hellcat on the pad at Naval Air Station Alameda, California, United States, 1947. Note that the Hellcat’s engine has been removed.SB-17G aircraft of Flight D of the US Air Force 5th Rescue Squadron, circa late 1940s; note rescue boat mounted beneath fuselage, chin-mounted radar dome, and Catalina in background
PBY-5A Catalina aircraft on display at the National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, Florida, United States, 30 Mar 2005PBY-5a aircraft in flight during an air show at Duxford, England, United Kingdom, 8 Jul 2007
PBY-5A Catalina aircraft on display at the National Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, Florida, United States, 30 Mar 2005PBY-5a aircraft in flight during an air show at Duxford, England, United Kingdom, 8 Jul 2007
PBY-5A Catalina
PBY-5A Catalina 'Snafu Snatchers' on display at the National Museum of the United States Air Force as an OA-10A Catalina, Dayton, Ohio, United States, 27 Jun 2014

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