The "carrier-launchable"
Neptunes

P2V-2 BuNo 122449 This aircraft was modified as a P2V-2C, a carrier-launched nuclear bomber. [Baugher]
Chuck Huber says that it was a prototype for the P2V-3Cs. [Huber]
This a/c was at HATU in Norfolk in 1954. [Huber, who has the plane listed as 122949]
Inexplicably, an aircraft with this BuNo. is listed as a P2V-3B in the flight log of Kenneth Wooster on January 6, 1956 when he was an instructor at HATU in Sanford. [Kenneth Wooster]
P2V-3 BuNo 122924 This aircraft was modified as a P2V-3C, a carrier-launched nuclear bomber. [Baugher] There is a picture of this a/c in VC-5 and side number NB/2 11 November 1948. [http://www.verslo.is/baldur/p2/vc5.htm]
The a/c appears as a P2V-3B in the flight log of Kenneth Wooster when he was an instructor at HATU in Sanford. The dates are: 10/27/55, 11/30/55, and 12/7/55. [Kenneth Wooster]
This a/c was at HATU, NAS Sanford 1956. [Huber]
P2V-3 BuNo 122927 This aircraft was modified as a P2V-3C, a carrier-launched nuclear bomber. [Baugher]
The a/c appears as a P2V-3B in the flight log of Kenneth Wooster when he was an instructor at HATU in Sanford. The dates are: 1/16/56, 1/23/56, and 1/24/56. [Kenneth Wooster]
This a/c was at HATU, NAS Sanford 1956. [Huber]
P2V-3 BuNo 122930 This aircraft was modified as a P2V-3C, a carrier-launched nuclear bomber. [Baugher]
Later flown by VP-2 (SB). [Huber]
P2V-3 BuNo 122933 This aircraft was modified as a P2V-3C, a carrier-launched nuclear bomber. [Baugher]
There is a picture of this a/c at NAS Alameda on 29 January 1952. There are no markings on the plane. [http://p2vneptune.org/p2v3c.shtml]
P2V-3 BuNo 122936 This aircraft was modified as a P2V-3C, a carrier-launched nuclear bomber. [Baugher]
P2V-3 BuNo 122942 This aircraft was modified as a P2V-3C, a carrier-launched nuclear bomber. [Baugher]
Later in VC-6 (NF/22). [Huber]
The a/c appears as a P2V-3B in the flight log of Kenneth Wooster when he was an instructor at HATU in Sanford. The dates are: 12/9/55, 2/9/56, and 2/17/56. [Kenneth Wooster]
P2V-3 BuNo 122947 This aircraft was modified as a P2V-3C, a carrier-launched nuclear bomber. [Baugher]
The a/c appears as a P2V-3B in the flight log of Kenneth Wooster when he was a student at HATU in Norfolk. The dates are: 8/12/53, 8/23/53, 8/24/53, 8/26/53, 9/1/53, 9/3/53, 9/11/53, 9/23/53, 9/25/53, and 10/7/53. [Kenneth Wooster]
This a/c was at HATU in Norfolk in 1954. [Huber]
This a/c was at HATU, NAS Sanford 1956.[Huber]
NAWC, China Lake CA for low level bombing trials, and NATTC, Memphis TN. [Huber]
P2V-3 BuNo 122951 This aircraft was modified as a P2V-3C, a carrier-launched nuclear bomber. [Baugher]
There are three photos of this a/c in VC-5 with side markings NB/39 on 20 May 1950. [http://www.verslo.is/baldur/p2/vc5.htm]
The a/c appears as a P2V-3B in the flight log of Kenneth Wooster when he was a student at HATU in Norfolk. The dates are: 8/18/53, 8/20/53, 8/22/53, 8/28/53, 9/8/53, 9/15/53, 9/17/53, 9/21/53, 9/29/53, 10/1/53, and 10/3/53. [Kenneth Wooster]
This a/c was at HATU in Norfolk in 1954. [Huber]
This plane was also in VC-6 (NF) [Huber]
P2V-3 BuNo 122966 This aircraft was modified as a P2V-3C, a carrier-launched nuclear bomber. [Baugher]
This a/c was later modified as a P2V-3B close-suport aircraft. [Baugher]
P2V-3 BuNo 122969 This aircraft was modified as a P2V-3C, a carrier-launched nuclear bomber. [Baugher]
There are two pictures of this a/c. One is in 1952 and has side number 969. The other is of a JATO launch off the USS Coral Sea in 1948. [http://p2vneptune.org/p2v3c.shtml]
This a/c was later modified as a P2V-3B close-suport aircraft. [Baugher]
This a/c was at HATU, NAS Sanford 1956. [Huber]
P2V-3 BuNo 122971 This aircraft was modified as a P2V-3C, a carrier-launched nuclear bomber. [Baugher]
This a/c was later modified as a P2V-3B close-suport aircraft. [Baugher]
This plane was also in VC-8 (NC/11) [Huber]
The a/c appears as a P2V-3B in the flight log of Kenneth Wooster when he was an instructor at HATU in Sanford. The dates are: 10/24/55, 12/12/55, 1/16/56. [Kenneth Wooster]
This a/c was at HATU, NAS Sanford 1956. [Huber]