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Korean War Campaigns
|Campaigns and Dates||Campaigns and Dates|
|UN Summer-Fall Offensive
20 to 27 November 1951
|Third Korean Winter
1 December 1952 to 30 April 1953
|Second Korean Winter
28 November to 5 December 1951
|Korean Summer-Fall 1953
1 May to 27 July 1953
She was one of the four Australian Army LSMs in Vietnam. They were on station in support of Australian ground troops around Bien Hoa, Nui Dat and Vung Tau etc. When not required they were designated to US Army for duty anywhere from the Mekong Delta to Danang.
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| USS LSM-547
|63k||USS LSM-547 left and USS LSM-548 center, moored in a nest of three ships, date and location unknown.||USS LSM / LSMR Association|
|49k||USS LSM-547 USS LSM-175 and USS LST-561 beached, probably in the San Diego Bay area, circa 1950-1955||Tommy Trampp|
|71k||USS LSM-547 off Mare Island Naval Shipyard. LSM-547 was under repair at the shipyard from 11 July to 15 Sept 1952 and was dry docked in ARD 32 from 8 to 12 Aug 1952.
US Naval Shipyard photo # NY9 14303-9-52, dated 9 September 1952.
|59k||USS LSM-547 off Mare Island Naval Shipyard. LSM-547 was under repair at the shipyard from 11 July to 15 Sept 1952 from 8 to 12 Aug 1952.
US Naval Shipyard photo # NY9 14304-9-52, dated 9 September 1952
|91k||USS LSM-547 off Mare Island Naval Shipyard. LSM-547 was under repair at the shipyard from 11 July to 15 Sept 1952.
US Naval Shipyard photo
|USS LSM / LSMR Association|
|79k||USS LSM-547 underway, date and location unknown.||USS LSM / LSMR Association|
|71k||USS LSM-547 underway, date and location unknown.||USS LSM / LSMR Association|
|124k||USS LSM-547 and USS LST-529 with LCU-851 loaded on her main deck, circa 1952, location unknown.||Don Garner|
|138k||USS LSM-547 underway exchanging movies with an unidentified LST while enroute to Korea in 1953.||Photo by George Dahl USS LSM-547|
|169k||USS LSM-547 loading American Army personnel at Kojedo Korea in 1953.||Photo by George Dahl USS LSM-547|
|215k||The tank deck of USS LSM-547 is loaded with American Army personnel, waiting to be disembarked on an island off the Korean coast in 1953.||Photo by George Dahl USS LSM-547|
|215k||USS LSM-547 enroute to Kojedo Prison Island in 1953 with Chinese Communist Army prisoners of war. South Korean Army guards are on the upper deck in 1953.||Photo by George Dahl USS LSM-547|
|177k||Chinese Communist Army prisoners of war in the tank deck of USS LSM-547 while underway enroute to Kojedo Prison Island in 1953||Photo by George Dahl USS LSM-547|
|77k||USS LSM-547 underway, date and location unknown.||USS LSM / LSMR Association|
|53k||USS LSM-547 underway, date and location unknown||Dave Perham
Australian LSM Association
|73k||USS LSM-547 underway at San Diego, CA., 27 May 1954.
Photo by Oather Morper.
|Bill Brinkley and the USS LSM-LSMR Association|
| Clive Steele (AV-1356)
|34k||Ex-USS LSM-547 in Australian service as Clive Steele (AV-1356) date and place unknown.||Peter Bayliss|
|24k||Clive Steele (AV-1356) Bin Thuy, Bassac River, South Vietnam||Peter Bayliss|
|139k||Clive Steele (AV-1356) date and place unknown.||Dave Perham
Australian LSM Association
|75k||A damaged M113A1 Armored Personnel Carrier is being loaded into Clive Steele (AV-1356) by an M543 Recovery Vehicle.
Australian War Memorial, Photo No. P01226.009
|84k||Clive Steele (AV-1356) date and place unknown.||Photo Courtesy Jim Tusing LSM-372,
Editor "Alligator Alley" The Newsletter
of the USS LSM - LSMR Association
|317k||Clive Steele (AV-1356) unloading at De Long pier at Vung Tau, Vietnam.
Australian War Memorial, Photo No. P05923.008
|118k||Clive Steele (AV-1356) at Port Moresby, Australia, off-loading a truck, 24 June 1965.||USS LSM / LSMR Association|
|79k||Clive Steele (AV-1356) beached at a ramp in South Vietnam, circa 1969.||USS LSM / LSMR Association|
|127k||Clive Steele (AV-1356) with USS Luzerne County (LST-902) and an unidentified Korean manned LST beached probably at the ramp at Vung Tau, South Vietnam, circa 3 March 1969. The time is before 0700 as the Clive Steele's log indicates she retracted off the beach at 0700 bound for Cam Ranh Bay. The Korean LST loaded with ammunition and avgas retracted at 0730. At 0800 while her crew was at breakfast USS Luzerne County was hit by two Kyushu 122mm rockets and suffered a number of casualties.||Photo Dave Perham, Caption Dennis Wynne|
|78k||Clive Steele (AV-1356) beached at Papua, New Guinea, circa 1969.||Dave Perham|
|54k||Navy divers and crewmen of the Army's landing ship Clive Steel (AV-1356) observing the replacement of a damaged screw at
Vung Tau, south Vietnam in May, 1969.
Australian War Memorial, Photo No. MISC/69/0277/VN
|65k||Clive Steele (AV-1356) underway in Sydney Harbour, 24 March 1970, after three years of Vietnam service. Note from serving member Dennis Wynne - "Interesting about this was we arrived early, and had to lay up at Lion Island just north of Sydney, as we had to arrive for a PR photo shoot. The Royal Australian Naval ship HMAS Perth (D-38) was going back for tour of duty on the US Gun Line off Vietnam coast, So they did a one home one to war story complete with us dipping flag to senior service as we passed in harbor."||USS LSM / LSMR Association|
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