Includes bibliographical references and index.
|The Physical Object|
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|Number of Pages||297|
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PBY Erection and Inspection Manuals ** Note: Due to the size of this manuals we have reduced it from one to to five parts** #1 Handbook of Erection and #2 Handbook of Erection and #3 Handbook of Erection and Maintenance Inspection Maintenance Inspection Maintenance Inspection. The Consolidated PBY Catalina was by far the most successful flying boat of the Second World War, and played a major part in the both the war in the Pacific and the Battle of the Atlantic, serving in large numbers with the US Navy and RAF Coastal Command. PBY Catalina Survivors identifies Catalinas on display, and includes aircraft designations, status, serial numbers, locations and additional information. The Consolidated PBY Catalina was a twin-engined American flying boat of the s and s, designed by Consolidated Aircraft Co. Several variants were built at five US and Canadian manufacturing plants. Surviving Canso A G-PBYA at Duxford . PBY Catalina 5A PBY stands for Patrol Bomber, the “Y” simply denotes the manufacturer which was Consolidated Aircraft Co. The PBY was an incredibly versatile airplane that could land on both water and land runways. They could drop torpedoes, depth charges, and bombs, while defending themselves with multiple high-caliber machine guns.