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PBY Catalina, Amphibious Aircraft

Photograph of aircraft - Catalina Aircraft Ltd Consolidated PBY Catalina C-FNJF at Air to Air.

1935-1945 Consolidated PBY Catalina. Maritime patrol & search-rescue seaplane. USN, USAAF, RAF, RCAF. Engine: 2 x Pratt-Whitney R-1830-92 Twin Wasp radial engines (1,200 hp). Armament: 3 x .30 cal machine guns (nose turret, tail), 2 x .50 cal machine guns (waist blister), 4,000 lb of bombs, depth charges, torpedo. Max speed: 196 mph(314 km/h)

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Convair R3Y Tradewind

Last of the Great Flying Boats. Proving its amphibious capability, a Tradewind disgorges a Marine Corps vehicle and driver onto the San Diego beach during tests ca.

1936 Consolidated PBY Catalina flying boat.

wombatmac: “Over this weekend, the Consolidated PBY Catalina turned 79 years old. Happy birthday to this sea-going airframe!

Consolidated PBY Catalina

Picture of PBY Catalina Flying Boat Military Aircraft and information

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Boeing Aircraft Co. of Canada, "Totem" flying boat CF-ARF - City of Vancouver Archives

The XPBY-5A Catalina, amphibious version of the famed flying boat, pictured on a test flight near San Diego, California, on November 29, 1939.

The Catalina, amphibious version of the famed flying boat, pictured on a test flight near San Diego, California, on November

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