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Europe-Africa-Middle East Campaigns
|Campaign and Dates||Campaign and Dates|
|Sicilian occupation, 9 to 15 July 1943||West coast of Italy operations
Anzio-Nettuno advanced landing 22 January to 5 February, 13 February to 1 March 1944
Elba and Pianosa landings, 17 June 1944
|Salerno landings, 9 to 21 September 1943||Invasion of southern France, 15 to 30 August 1944|
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|87k||Flotilla 1 LCI(L)s
USS LCI(L)-44, and
USS LCI(L)-189, landing French 9th Colonial Infantry Division troops during the invasion of Elba, 17 June 1944
US Army Signal Corps photo.
|James E. Lynch former CO USS LCI(L)-192|
|76k||Flotilla 1 LCI(L)s USS LCI(L)-188, USS LCI(L)-18, USS LCI(L)-192, USS LCI(L)-44, and USS LCI(L)-189, landing French 9th Colonial Infantry Division troops during the invasion of Elba, 17 June 1944.||USS Landing Craft Infantry National Association|
Courtesy James E. Lynch former CO USS LCI(L)-192
|193k||A DUKW amphibious truck with a load of blood and medical personnel moves in from a landing beach in the southern France invasion area on 26 August 1944, eleven days after the initial assault. USS LCI(L)-18 is beached in the center background. Note the Amphibious Forces insignia painted on the side of the DUKW.
US Army Signal Corps photo # SC 429012 Photographed by Harris. From the US Army Signal Corps Collection in the US National Archives.
|70k||USS LCI(L)-18 moored pierside at Golfe Juan, France (between Cannes and Nice) in April 1945.||Melody Press Sloan for her father-in-law ENS. Philip Stanley Sloan USNR CO LCI(L)-18|
|78k||USS LCI(L)-18 beached, date and location unknown.||Melody Press Sloan for her father-in-law ENS. Philip Stanley Sloan USNR CO LCI(L)-18|
|63k||Images of and newspaper article (1945) about ENS. Philip S. Sloan USNR Commanding Officer USS LCI(L)-18, 17 April 1945, Marseilles, France. First of being in command of the ship.||Melody Press Sloan for her father-in-law ENS. Philip Stanley Sloan USNR CO LCI(L)-18|
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