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PBM-1 Mariner aircraft of US Navy Patrol Squadron VP-56 in flight, 1940The squadron commanderís plane, a rare PBM-1D variant, with Patrol Squadron VP-55 flying Neutrality Patrols, probably at Jacksonville, Florida, United States, 1941.
PBM-1 Mariner aircraft of US Navy Patrol Squadron VP-56 in flight, 1940The squadron commanderís plane, a rare PBM-1D variant, with Patrol Squadron VP-55 flying Neutrality Patrols, probably at Jacksonville, Florida, United States, 1941.
PBM-3 Mariner aircraft of US Navy Patrol Squadron VP-74 in flight, 1942Two PBM-1 (front) and two PBM-3 (back) in flight, 1942. The PBM-1s are from an early production series with retractable floats that were discontinued for principal production. Location unknown. Photo 1 of 2
PBM-3 Mariner aircraft of US Navy Patrol Squadron VP-74 in flight, 1942Two PBM-1 (front) and two PBM-3 (back) in flight, 1942. The PBM-1s are from an early production series with retractable floats that were discontinued for principal production. Location unknown. Photo 1 of 2
Two PBM-1 (front) and two PBM-3 (back) in flight, 1942. The PBM-1s are from an early production series with retractable floats that were discontinued for principal production. Location unknown. Photo 2 of 2PBM Mariner being hauled out of the water, 1942. Paint scheme suggests a North Atlantic location.
Two PBM-1 (front) and two PBM-3 (back) in flight, 1942. The PBM-1s are from an early production series with retractable floats that were discontinued for principal production. Location unknown. Photo 2 of 2PBM Mariner being hauled out of the water, 1942. Paint scheme suggests a North Atlantic location.
PBM-3 Mariner in flight, probably on a test flight over southern California, United States, late 1942.Mariner aircraft of US Navy Patrol Squadron VP-201, Naval Air Station Banana River, Florida, United States, circa Dec 1942-Feb 1943
PBM-3 Mariner in flight, probably on a test flight over southern California, United States, late 1942.Mariner aircraft of US Navy Patrol Squadron VP-201, Naval Air Station Banana River, Florida, United States, circa Dec 1942-Feb 1943
US Navy PBM-3 Mariner aircraft of Patrol Squadron VP-204 in flight, 1942-1943An US Navy beaching crew clinging to the tow line of a PBM Mariner aircraft, Naval Air Station Banana River, Florida, United States, circa Mar 1943
US Navy PBM-3 Mariner aircraft of Patrol Squadron VP-204 in flight, 1942-1943An US Navy beaching crew clinging to the tow line of a PBM Mariner aircraft, Naval Air Station Banana River, Florida, United States, circa Mar 1943
PBM Mariner aircraft being washed at Naval Air Station Banana River, Florida, United States, circa Mar 1943PBM-3C Mariner aircraft of US Navy patrol squadron VP-203 at Naval Air Station Isla Grande, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 12 Mar 1943
PBM Mariner aircraft being washed at Naval Air Station Banana River, Florida, United States, circa Mar 1943PBM-3C Mariner aircraft of US Navy patrol squadron VP-203 at Naval Air Station Isla Grande, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 12 Mar 1943
PBM-3S Mariner aircraft of US Navy patrol bombing squadron VPB-211 flying over the Brazilian naval dockyard at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Dec 1943PBM-3S Mariner aircraft of US Navy patrol bombing squadron VPB-211 off Brazil, 1943-1945
PBM-3S Mariner aircraft of US Navy patrol bombing squadron VPB-211 flying over the Brazilian naval dockyard at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Dec 1943PBM-3S Mariner aircraft of US Navy patrol bombing squadron VPB-211 off Brazil, 1943-1945
PBM-3S Mariner aircraft of US Navy patrol squadron VP-214 at Naval Air Station Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 1944PBM-3D Mariner aircraft of US Navy patrol squadron VP-216 being hoisted onto seaplane tender USS Chandeleur, anapag harbor, Saipan, Mariana Islands, 24 Jun 1944
PBM-3S Mariner aircraft of US Navy patrol squadron VP-214 at Naval Air Station Norfolk, Virginia, United States, 1944PBM-3D Mariner aircraft of US Navy patrol squadron VP-216 being hoisted onto seaplane tender USS Chandeleur, anapag harbor, Saipan, Mariana Islands, 24 Jun 1944
United States Navy or Coast Guard beaching crews working around a PBM-5 Mariner on the ramp of an unknown seaplane base in the Atlantic area, 1944-45. Note the unusual squadron insignia on the nose.PBM Mariner aircraft of Flight Lieutenant Fox, No. 41 Squadron RAAF, in flight from Townsville, Australia to Port Moresby, New Guinea, 21 Sep 1944
United States Navy or Coast Guard beaching crews working around a PBM-5 Mariner on the ramp of an unknown seaplane base in the Atlantic area, 1944-45. Note the unusual squadron insignia on the nose.PBM Mariner aircraft of Flight Lieutenant Fox, No. 41 Squadron RAAF, in flight from Townsville, Australia to Port Moresby, New Guinea, 21 Sep 1944
WAVES and Women Marines mechanics marching, Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, circa 1944-1945; note PBM-3D, OS2U, and TBM aircraftAn US Navy beaching crew pulling a PBM-3S Mariner of patrol squadron VPB-206 out out the water, 1944-1945
WAVES and Women Marines mechanics marching, Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, circa 1944-1945; note PBM-3D, OS2U, and TBM aircraftAn US Navy beaching crew pulling a PBM-3S Mariner of patrol squadron VPB-206 out out the water, 1944-1945

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