Pacific Wrecks
Pacific Wrecks   Donate Now  
Search Chronology Locations Aircraft Vessels Missing In Action (MIA)

Lockheed PV-1 Ventura
List by Service & Other Known Wrecks

Listing by Unit

Listing by Bureau Number / Serial Number


US Navy (USN)
PV-1 Ventura 33214
 pilot Trewhitt ditched September 17, 1943
PV-1 Ventura 33343  pilot Moore ditched March 25, 1944
PV-1 Ventura 33346  pilot Austin crashed December 30, 1943
PV-1 Ventura 33361  pilot Baker MIA February 14, 1944
PV-1 Ventura 34???  pilot ? crashed ?
PV-1 Ventura 34641  pilot Witman MIA March 25, 1944 discovered 2002
PV-1 Ventura 34799  pilot Ambule MIA October 29, 1944
PV-1 Ventura 48934  pilot Logan MIA May 13, 1944
PV-1 Ventura 49507  pilot Cowles force landed August 20, 1944
PV-1 Ventura 49624  pilot Parker ditched January 18, 1945

US Marine Corps (USMC)
PV-1 Ventura 33079  pilot Pierce MIA March 21, 1944
PV-1 Ventura 33254  pilot ? crashed February 4, 1944

Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF)
PV-1 Ventura A59-56  crashed January 27, 1945 off Bremer Island
PV-1 Ventura A59-73  abandoned Gove Airfield
PV-1 Ventura A59-96 displayed Queensland Air Museum

Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF)
PV-1 Ventura NZ4613
  pilot Benton crashed June 9, 1945
PV-1 Ventura NZ4618
  pilot Thomas force landed September 22, 1945
PV-1 Ventura NZ4632  crashed July 14, 1945
PV-1 Ventura NZ4522  pilot Thomas force landed September 9, 1944
PV-1 Ventura NZ4575  pilot Houghton crashed October 10, 1944
PV-1 Ventura NZ4578  pilot Graham MIA May 28, 1945
PV-1 Ventura NZ4600  displayed at MoTaT
PV-1 Ventura NZ4609  pilot Lloyd crashed June 10, 1945
PV-1 Ventura NZ4613  pilot Benton crashed June 9, 1945
PV-1 Ventura NZ4618  pilot Thomas force landed September 22, 1945
PV-1 Ventura NZ4632  crashed July 14, 1945

Other Known Wrecks
PV-1 Ventura
 fuselage abandoned Espirito Santo
PV-1 Ventura  destroyed October 23, 1944
PV-1 Ventura  Isle de Guadalupe

Last Updated
May 22, 2017

    All rights reserved.  
  Pacific Wrecks Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charity dedicated to bringing home those Missing In Action (MIA) and leveraging new technologies in the study of World War II Pacific and the Korean War.  
Facebook Twitter YouTube Google Plus Instagram
Forum Updates People Museums Reviews Submit Info How You Can Help