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Europe-Africa-Middle East Campaigns
|Campaign and Dates||Campaign and Dates|
|North African occupation
Tunisian operation, 1 June to 9 July 1943
|Salerno landings, 9 to 21 September 1943|
|Sicilian occupation, 9 to 15 July 1943||Invasion of Normandy, 6 June 1944|
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|74k||From outboard to inboard USS LCI(L)-92, USS LCI(L)-94, USS LCI(L)-90, USS LCI(L)-93, and USS LCI(L)-91, at Port Lyautey, Morocco, in May 1943.||James Mateyack|
|73k||USS LCI(L)-93 and
USS LCI(L)-84 and
USS LCI(L)-349 moored pierside and forward of two unidentified transports at the Pig Iron Battle Fleet Site, Oran, Algeria, October 1943.
Photo by John R Smith Jr. USS LCI(L)-90.
|Robert G. Morrissey|
|105k||USS LCI(L)-89 and USS LCI(L)-93 waiting to load US Army soldiers to carry them to the Normandy beachhead, circa 5 June 1944||Bill Brinkley|
|173k||USS LCI(L)-93 moored outboard in a nest of four LCIs, date and location unknown.||Mike Harpe|
|71k||USS LCI(L)-332 and USS LCI(L)-93 in an English Channel port, loading US combat troops for movement to the Normandy invasion beaches, date unknown.
US National Archives image
|190k||Painting by France Joseph Gary Sheahan, 1944 of USS LCI(L)-93 grounded on Omaha Beach, 6 June 1944.
US Army Center of Military History
|112k||Watercolor by Navy Combat Artist Dwight Shepler, 1944, titled "The Tough Beach" showing German artillery fire hitting US forces on "Omaha" Beach, on "D-Day" of the Normandy invasion, 6 June 1944. In the foreground is USS LCI(L)-93, aground and holed. She was lost on this occasion.
US Navy photo # KN-17825 courtesy of the U.S. Navy Art Collection, Washington, D.C.
|US Naval History and Heritage Command|
|386k||USS LCI(L)-93 aground on Omaha Beach, date unknown. She still flies her flag, though knocked out of the invasion ripped and wounded on the beach. Moving in for a landing, USS LCI(L)-93 ran afoul an underwater obstruction which tore a gaping hole in her bow. Then, as her troops piled ashore, Nazi shells battered her out of further action.
US Coast Guard photo # 2395 from the collections of the US Coast Guard Historian's Office.
|188k||USS LCI(L)-93 stripped and abandoned on Omaha Beach, date unknown.||Jeff Card for Melvin Downing MoMM3/c LCT 638.|
|448k||USS LCI(L)-93 stripped and abandoned on Omaha Beach, date unknown.||Flores Hopman|
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