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LST-1 underway near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, circa Dec 1942LST-1, probably near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, circa Dec 1942
LST-1 underway near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, circa Dec 1942LST-1, probably near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, circa Dec 1942
HMS LST-324 and HMS LST-412 unloading logs at Freetown, Sierra Leone, circa mid-1943M4 Sherman tanks being loaded onto LSTs for Operation Husky, PÍcherie, Bizerte, Tunisia, 7 Jul 1943
HMS LST-324 and HMS LST-412 unloading logs at Freetown, Sierra Leone, circa mid-1943M4 Sherman tanks being loaded onto LSTs for Operation Husky, PÍcherie, Bizerte, Tunisia, 7 Jul 1943
LCVPs from APAs Barnett and Monrovia unloaded supplies onto the beach near Gela, Sicly, 10 Jul 1943; note LST-344 and LST-338 in backgroundLST-4 off the beaches of Gela, Sicily, 10 Jul 1943. Note the LCVPs suspended from her davits and note the LCVPís peculiar spoonbill bow that was so instrumental to the boatís success.
LCVPs from APAs Barnett and Monrovia unloaded supplies onto the beach near Gela, Sicly, 10 Jul 1943; note LST-344 and LST-338 in backgroundLST-4 off the beaches of Gela, Sicily, 10 Jul 1943. Note the LCVPs suspended from her davits and note the LCVPís peculiar spoonbill bow that was so instrumental to the boatís success.
USS Boise firing on armor forces near Gela, Sicily, Italy as LST-325, full of US Army trucks, approached the landing beaches, 11 Jul 1943LST unloading vehicles and supplies on the beach in Gela, Sicily, Italy, Jul 1943; note Ford GPW Jeep in foreground
USS Boise firing on armor forces near Gela, Sicily, Italy as LST-325, full of US Army trucks, approached the landing beaches, 11 Jul 1943LST unloading vehicles and supplies on the beach in Gela, Sicily, Italy, Jul 1943; note Ford GPW Jeep in foreground
Supermarine Spitfire of the US 307th Fighter Squadron rests on the beach at Paestum, Italy near Salerno after being shot down Sep 9, 1943; pilot uninjured. LST-359 unloads men and materiel beyond, Sep 1943. Photo 2 of 2Supermarine Spitfire of the US 307th Fighter Squadron rests on the beach at Paestum, Italy near Salerno after being shot down Sep 9, 1943; pilot uninjured. LST-391 unloads men and materiel beyond, Sep 1943. Photo 1 of 2
Supermarine Spitfire of the US 307th Fighter Squadron rests on the beach at Paestum, Italy near Salerno after being shot down Sep 9, 1943; pilot uninjured. LST-359 unloads men and materiel beyond, Sep 1943. Photo 2 of 2Supermarine Spitfire of the US 307th Fighter Squadron rests on the beach at Paestum, Italy near Salerno after being shot down Sep 9, 1943; pilot uninjured. LST-391 unloads men and materiel beyond, Sep 1943. Photo 1 of 2
LCT-222 landed a jeep onto Salerno beach, Italy, Sep 1943; note LST-1 in backgroundLST-1 landing troops onto a beach near Salerno, Italy, Sep 1943
LCT-222 landed a jeep onto Salerno beach, Italy, Sep 1943; note LST-1 in backgroundLST-1 landing troops onto a beach near Salerno, Italy, Sep 1943
LST-1 landing US Army jeeps onto a beach near Salerno, Italy, Sep 1943LST-1 landing US Army trucks and field guns onto a beach near Salerno, Italy, Sep 1943
LST-1 landing US Army jeeps onto a beach near Salerno, Italy, Sep 1943LST-1 landing US Army trucks and field guns onto a beach near Salerno, Italy, Sep 1943
With LST-1 in background, US Army Engineers hauled a roll of wire mesh into position to make a beach roadway, Salerno, Italy, Sep 1943United States Navy ship LST-207, staffed by Coast Guard personnel, on Kukum Beach, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 26 Nov 1943.
With LST-1 in background, US Army Engineers hauled a roll of wire mesh into position to make a beach roadway, Salerno, Italy, Sep 1943United States Navy ship LST-207, staffed by Coast Guard personnel, on Kukum Beach, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, 26 Nov 1943.
LST-66 landing troops during the invasion of Cape Gloucester, New Britain, Bismarck Archipelago, Dec 1943United States Coast Guard-manned LST beaching at Cape Gloucester, New Britain, Bismarck Islands, Dec 1943
LST-66 landing troops during the invasion of Cape Gloucester, New Britain, Bismarck Archipelago, Dec 1943United States Coast Guard-manned LST beaching at Cape Gloucester, New Britain, Bismarck Islands, Dec 1943
US Coast Guard-manned LST delivered Marines and supplies to New Britain, 24 Dec 1943US Marines unloading supplies from LST-67 and another landing craft, Cape Gloucester, New Britain, Bismarck Archipelago, late Dec 1943
US Coast Guard-manned LST delivered Marines and supplies to New Britain, 24 Dec 1943US Marines unloading supplies from LST-67 and another landing craft, Cape Gloucester, New Britain, Bismarck Archipelago, late Dec 1943

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