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|Campaign and Dates||Campaign and Dates|
|Sicilian occupation, 9 to 15 July 1943||West Coast of Italy operations
Anzio-Nuttuno advanced landings, 22, 27, 28, 29, 30 January and 21 February to 1 March 1944
Elba and Pianosa landings, 17 June 1944
|Salerno landings, 9 to 21 September 1943||Invasion of Southern France, 15 August to 9 September 1944|
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|35k||USS LCI(L)-221 off-loading troops at Gela, Sicily, July 1943||Hyperwar US Navy|
in World War II
|45k||USS LCI(L)-221 off-loading troops, date and location unknown.
US National Archives image
|995k||USS LCI(L)-221 loading Italian prisoners of war at Gela, Sicily, 11 July 1943.
US Army Signal Corps, photo # SC 180477 from the collections of the US National Archives.
|43k||USS LCI(L)-221 taking on AXIS prisoners on a Sicilian beach, 22 July 1943. The prisoners were transferred to larger ships further out to sea and then transported out of the war to North Africa.
AP Wirephoto, 1943.
|Wes Stone, Lusby, MD. In memory of the men who trained at the USNATB Solomons|
|46k||USS LCI(L)-221, USS LCI(L)-75 and USS LCI(L)-19 showing the damage inflicted on LCI(L)-75 from a collision with USS LCI(L)-193, date and location unknown.||Tom Hunter for his father Bruce Hunter RM3/c USS LCI(L)-193|
|82k||USS LCI(L)-39, USS LCI(L)-237, USS LCI(L)-221, and USS LCI(L)-76 moored at Elba Island, date unknown.||Ed Storey|
|127k||USS LCI(L)-48 and USS LCI(L)-221 and an unidentified LCI(L) beached, date and location unknown.
Photo from US Library of Congress collection.
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