PBY

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PBYUS Navy medium to heavy twin amphibious aircraft used for maritime patrol, water bomber, and search and rescue
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Ballinger related that he received a message from 14-P-1 (the dawn patrol PBY flown by Ensign William P.
Since the release of the first edition, Howard's son and biographer, Ron Miner has interviewed seven Black Cats and PBY crew members, discovered a host of new writing that include over a hundred letters and documents, and had the pleasure of meeting and corresponding with an array of squadron family members.
Two economic indices of the NPV and the PBY are applied for the financial analysis for the PV system projects by considering the cash inflows and the life-cycle expenses in [8, 9].
The Consolidated PBY Catalina was an American flying boat of the 1930s and 1940s.
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The Irish Presidency aimed to conclude an agreement on 18 June in order to give time to the member states to reflect on the proposal before its final approval during the General Affairs Council, on 25 June, and pby Parliament's plenary during the first week of July.
Ultimate Software (NASDAQ: ULTI) reported that Pep Boys (NYSE: PBY) has improved its people management processes and achieved overall business results with Ultimate Software's UltiPro.
They believed a PBY could easily be converted to a first rate commercial carrier.
- World War II Navy veteran Carl Creamer, a PBY ordnance chief, listens to the opening remarks of the PBY-5A BUNO 6582 dedication at Naval Air Station Jacksonville to honor all those lost aboard a PBY aircraft.
3 July 1942: A PBY launches the first successful firing of an American rocket from a plane in flight.
However, the store has now been closed and the company, PBY New Zealand, is in voluntary liquidation.
In 1967, he created the Bird Innovator, a conversion of the Consolidated PBY Catalina amphibian aircraft.