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The Catalina was used in roles ranging from submarine hunting to search and rescue and is probably the most well known flying boat ever produced. G-PBYA is operated by The Catalina Society who will be flying the aircraft in Scampton Airshow's flying display.

Consolidated PBY Catalina "Miss Pick Up". - The Catalina Society

Probably the best picture I've ever seen of planes and ships during WW II. Wow.

and fly in formation during surrernder ceremoneis, Tokyo, Japan - USS Missouri left foreground - Sept 1945

Sunderland's flying boat escorting the "Empress of Australia" sailing on the English Channel with the King and Queen on board bound for Canada.

Sunderland's flying boat escorting the "Empress of Australia" sailing on the English Channel with the King and Queen on board bound for Canada.

Short Sunderland Mk V of the 201st Squadron RAF moored at Tower Bridge, London 16th September 1956 (during the commemoration of the Battle of Britain)

Short Sunderland Mk V of the Squadron RAF moored at Tower Bridge, London September 1956 (during the commemoration of the Battle of Britain) awesome!

Avro Lancaster, RAFbomber.

10 Most Influential Weapons of World War Two

10 Most Influential Weapons of World War Two - Avro Lancaster Bomber

Spitfire R6923 QJ-S over southern England May 1941

Supermarine Spitfire QJ-S over southern England May 1941 - BFD

The Blohm & Voss BV 222 Wiking (Viking) was a large, six-engined German flying boat of World War II, and the largest flying boat to achieve operational status during the war.

The Blohm & Voss BV 222 Wiking (Viking) was a large, six-engined German flying boat of World War II, and the largest flying boat to achieve operational status during the war. only 13 were flown with 14 to 19 almost complete .most were used in the stra

Catalina WW2 photo

[Photo] US Navy personnel freeing a Catalina aircraft from frozen waters in the Aleutian Islands at Kodiak Bay, US Territory of Alaska, May 1943

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