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LST unloading supplies, Bougainville, Solomon Islands, 1943-1944US Marines unloading a LVT from a LST, Cape Gloucester, New Britain, 1944US Marines, Bougainville, Solomon Islands, 1943-1944LST-68 at Oro Bay, New Guinea, with US Marine casualties returning from Cape Gloucester, New Britain being assisted into WC54 ambulances, 8 Jan 1944
LST unloading supplies, Bougainville, Solomon Islands, 1943-1944US Marines unloading a LVT from a LST, Cape Gloucester, New Britain, 1944US Marines, Bougainville, Solomon Islands, 1943-1944LST-68 at Oro Bay, New Guinea, with US Marine casualties returning from Cape Gloucester, New Britain being assisted into WC54 ambulances, 8 Jan 1944
Commissioning Ceremony of Mason, Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 20 Mar 1944; note Lt Cmdr Blackford in center, African-American crew, and LST in backgroundGerman prisoners-of-war captured at Anzio are offloaded from LST-351 at Naples, Italy in early 1944.Six US Navy LSTs loading men and equipment during a practice landing near Lae, New Guinea, 10 Apr 1944; note M4 Sherman tank, Dodge Weapons Carrier, GMC CCKW 2 1/2-ton 6x6 trucksLST-77 off-loading M4 Sherman tanks at Anzio, Italy, May 1944; note the small barge capsized in the background and LCVP on the LST
Commissioning Ceremony of Mason, Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts, United States, 20 Mar 1944; note Lt Cmdr Blackford in center, African-American crew, and LST in backgroundGerman prisoners-of-war captured at Anzio are offloaded from LST-351 at Naples, Italy in early 1944.Six US Navy LSTs loading men and equipment during a practice landing near Lae, New Guinea, 10 Apr 1944; note M4 Sherman tank, Dodge Weapons Carrier, GMC CCKW 2 1/2-ton 6x6 trucksLST-77 off-loading M4 Sherman tanks at Anzio, Italy, May 1944; note the small barge capsized in the background and LCVP on the LST's davits
Fully laden United States Navy LSTs burning furiously while other ships flee in Pearl Harbor’s West Loch after massive chain-reaction explosions in what became known as the West Loch Disaster, 21 May 1944.Men watched as firefighters battled flames on LST-480, 22 May 1944; the explosion took place on the previous dayTugs and other craft tried to put out fires on LST-480 resulted from an explosion from the previous day, Pearl Harbor, 22 May 1944US Coast Guard vessel Woodbine fighting a fire on the stern of a destroyed LST which exploded the previous day, West Loch, Pearl Harbor, 22 May 1944
Fully laden United States Navy LSTs burning furiously while other ships flee in Pearl Harbor’s West Loch after massive chain-reaction explosions in what became known as the West Loch Disaster, 21 May 1944.Men watched as firefighters battled flames on LST-480, 22 May 1944; the explosion took place on the previous dayTugs and other craft tried to put out fires on LST-480 resulted from an explosion from the previous day, Pearl Harbor, 22 May 1944US Coast Guard vessel Woodbine fighting a fire on the stern of a destroyed LST which exploded the previous day, West Loch, Pearl Harbor, 22 May 1944
LST-480 burning in West Loch, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 23 May 1944 two days after the West Loch explosion that sank six LSTs. The chain-reaction explosion started on LST-39 whose wreckage is visible off LST-480’s bow.A mobile crane lifted a crate in an English port, during the preparation for the Normandy invasion, circa late May or early Jun 1944American Jeeps being loaded onto LCTs while larger trucks and DUKWs were being loaded onto LSTs, England, United Kingdom, Jun 1944LST-357 loading vehicles in an English port, in preparation for the invasion of France, circa late May or early Jun 1944
LST-480 burning in West Loch, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 23 May 1944 two days after the West Loch explosion that sank six LSTs. The chain-reaction explosion started on LST-39 whose wreckage is visible off LST-480’s bow.A mobile crane lifted a crate in an English port, during the preparation for the Normandy invasion, circa late May or early Jun 1944American Jeeps being loaded onto LCTs while larger trucks and DUKWs were being loaded onto LSTs, England, United Kingdom, Jun 1944LST-357 loading vehicles in an English port, in preparation for the invasion of France, circa late May or early Jun 1944
US Army CCKW 2 1/2-ton 6x6 cargo truck with Browning M2 machine gun preparing to be loaded aboard an LST prior to the Normandy invasion, southern England, Jun 1944, photo 1 of 2US Army CCKW 2 1/2-ton 6x6 cargo truck with Browning M2 machine gun preparing to be loaded aboard an LST prior to the Normandy invasion, southern England, Jun 1944, photo 2 of 2US Army M4 Sherman tanks and other equipment loaded in a LCT, ready for the invasion of France, circa late May or early Jun 1944A Rhino barge docked with LST-347 in Portland Harbor, Dorset, England, United Kingdom during preparations for the Normandy invasion, 1 Jun 1944.
US Army CCKW 2 1/2-ton 6x6 cargo truck with Browning M2 machine gun preparing to be loaded aboard an LST prior to the Normandy invasion, southern England, Jun 1944, photo 1 of 2US Army CCKW 2 1/2-ton 6x6 cargo truck with Browning M2 machine gun preparing to be loaded aboard an LST prior to the Normandy invasion, southern England, Jun 1944, photo 2 of 2US Army M4 Sherman tanks and other equipment loaded in a LCT, ready for the invasion of France, circa late May or early Jun 1944A Rhino barge docked with LST-347 in Portland Harbor, Dorset, England, United Kingdom during preparations for the Normandy invasion, 1 Jun 1944.

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