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Lockheed P2V Neptune
Lockheed P2V Neptune
The Lockheed P2V Neptune (designated P-2 by the United States Navy in September 1962) was a maritime patrol and anti-submarine warfare (ASW) aircraft. It was developed for the US Navy by Lockheed to replace the Lockheed PV-1 Ventura and PV-2 Harpoon, and was replaced in turn by the Lockheed P-3 Orion. Designed as a land-based aircraft, the Neptune never made a carrier landing, but a small number were converted and deployed as carrier-launched, stop-gap nuclear bombers that would have to land on shore or ditch. The type was successful in export, and saw service with several armed forces.

Sorted by Bureau Number Range

  • Bu. 140430 to 140435
  • Bu. 140436 to 140443
  • Bu. 140962 to 140986
  • Bu. 141231 to 141233
  • Bu. 141234 to 141251
  • Bu. 142542 to 142545
  • Bu. 143172 to 143183
  • Bu. 144675 to 144692
  • Bu. 144732 to 144734
  • Bu. 145900 to 145923
  • Bu. 146431 to 146438
  • Bu. 147562 to 147571
  • Bu. 147946 to 147971
  • Bu. 148330 to 148362
  • Bu. 149070 to 149081
  • Bu. 149089 to 149130
  • Bu. 150279 to 150283
  • Bu. 153611 to 153616

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