Well, I thought it was a Privateer and then I read Ray's comment.
Then another thought crossed this grey matter.
Ray knows his stuff and maybe I should check it out....
Wow ... two planes, one airframe.
Looks like they are the same design.
One based on Navy Specifications and the other built to match the Army's specs?
Check this out.....
The Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer
was a World War II and Korean War era patrol bomber of the United States Navy
derived from the Consolidated B-24 Liberator. The Navy had been using unmodified B-24s as the PB4Y-1 Liberator,
and the type was considered very successful. A fully navalized design was desired,
and Consolidated developed a dedicated long-range patrol bomber in 1943, designated PB4Y-2 Privateer.
In 1951, the series was redesignated P4Y-2 Privateer. A further change occurred in October 1962
when remaining Navy Privateers (all having previously been converted to drone configuration as P4Y-2K)
were redesignated QP-4B.
The Consolidated B-32 Dominator
(Consolidated Model 34) was a heavy bomber made for United States Army Air Forces
during World War II, and has the distinction of being the last Allied aircraft to be engaged in combat during World War II.
It was developed in parallel with the Boeing B-29 Superfortress as a fallback design should the Superfortress prove unsuccessful.
It only reached units in the Pacific during the summer of 1945, and subsequently only saw limited combat operations
against Japanese targets before the end of the war. Most of the extant orders of the B-32 were cancelled shortly thereafter
and only 118 B-32s of all types were built.