Mid Atlantic Air Museum - Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune Patrol Bomber
Bill Maloney

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01 Lockheed P1V-7 Neptune 02 Lockheed P1V-7 Neptune 03 LockheedP1V-7Neptune 04 P1V-7 Neptune Nose
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05 Neptune Nose Gear 06 Neptune Radar Dome 07 P1V-7 Neptune Nose 08 Lockheed P1V-7 Rockets
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09 Lockheed P1V7 Engine 10 Neptune Jet Engine 11 Neptune Jet Engine 12 Five Inch Mk36 Rockets
13NeptuneJetEngine 14NeptuneMainGear 15LockheedP1V7Neptune 16NeptuneTail
13 Neptune Jet Engine 14 Neptune Main Gear 15 Lockheed P1V-7 Neptune 16 Neptune Tail

Lockheed P2V-7 Neptune Patrol Bomber Specifications:

Lockheed P2V Neptune Patrol Bomber
Another Lockheed P2V Neptune Patrol Bomber can be found at Floyd Bennett Field, Brooklyn, NY Lockheed P2V Neptune Patrol Bomber at Quonset Air Museum in North Kingston, RI

Length: 91 feet 8 inches
103 feet, 10 inches
28 feet, 0 inches
Empty 43,000 lbs Loaded - 80,000 lbs
Max Speed: 364 mph
Cruise Speed: 190 mph
Range: 4,300 miles
Service Ceiling: 22,500 feet
 Ten 5" Mk36 Rockets
 10,000lbs Bombs/Torpedoes
Powerplant: Two Wright R-3350-32W Cyclone air cooled radial engines, 3,700hp each, two J-34 Turbojet Engines, 3,400lbs thrust each
Fuel Capacity: ? gallons
First Flight: 1946
Cost: $

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