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The overall effect was an aerodynamically clean aircraft far superior to previous flying boat designs. Powered by two Pratt & Whitney R-1830-58 engines of 825 horsepower each, the aircraft, with a crew of seven to ten, was armed with three -in. machine guns, and could carry 2,000 lb. of bombs. Designated the XP3Y-1, the aircraft made its first flight on 15 March 1935. Early trials proved quite successful and the Navy ordered 60 of the aircraft in June 1935. Because it could carry a substantial bomb load, the aircraft was redesignated a patrol bomber. Fitted with more powerful R-1830-64 engines and incorporating modifications to the fin and rudder, the XPBY-1 was delivered to Patrol Squadron (VP) 11F in October 1936.

On June 14, 2012 The CW announced that it would replace encores of The Catalina with repeats of 90210 . [10]

Explore uniform, equipment, war trophies and many other historical artifact exhibits. Learn about the “Forgotten War” in the Aleutian Islands and the role of Naval Aviation during the Cold War. Learn about civilian firefighters who manned the runways at NAS Whidbey Island. Pause to reflect at the POW Dinner Table. And, browse through a well-stocked Ship’s Store gift shop.


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