US Navy LCI(L) ships unloading men at Morotai, 15 Sep 1944

Caption     US Navy LCI(L) ships unloading men at Morotai, 15 Sep 1944 ww2dbase
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Photos on Same Day 15 Sep 1944
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1. Anonymous says:
8 Apr 2011 06:25:34 PM

2. Bob L. Pettit EM 1/C says:
20 Nov 2012 08:06:38 PM

I was assigned to the USS LCI (L) 750 which landed the troops on Morotai. Our first approach to the beach was halted by shallow water. We backed off and landed successfully at another nearby landing site.
3. Kaye baker says:
13 Dec 2020 10:20:50 PM

I have just recieved photos from the President of Greensborough RSL some photos are written on & 1 photo says landing @ Morotia i would love some more information on this we think my dad was there in 1944 he was a Gunner .

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