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Europe-Africa-Middle East Campaigns
|Campaigns and Dates||Campaigns and Dates|
|Sicilian occupation, 9 to 15 July 1943||West Coast of Italy operations
Anzio-Nuttuno advanced landings, 22 January to 5 February, and 13, 28 and 29 February 1944
Elba and Pianosa landings, 17 June 1944
|Salerno landings, 9 to 21 September 1943||Invasion of Southern France, 15 August to 25 September 1944|
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|1049k||USS LCI(L)-235 and USS LCI(L)-95 loading troops of the 45th Division, 4 September 1943, at Palermo, Sicily for the Salerno landings, second wave, on 9 September 1943. HM LST-425 is moored to the left of the LCIs (port side bow door just visible) at left in photo.
US Army Signal Corps photos # III-SC 181097, Box 181 now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|1361k||From left to right HM LST-425 loading trucks and troops while LCIs
USS LCI(L)-220 and unidentified LCI load troops of the 45th Division, 4 September 1943, at Palermo, Sicily for the Salerno landings, second wave, on 9 September 1943.
US Army Signal Corps photos # III-SC 181098, Box 181 now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|1029k||USS LCI(L)-235 and LSTs, including HMS LST-404, loading troops of the 45th Division, 9 September 1943, at Palermo, Sicily for the Salerno landings. Barrage balloons provide protective covering in case of enemy attack.
US Army Signal Corps photos # III-SC 180037 now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|103k||USS LCI(L)-235 off the Salerno beachhead, September 1943. Photographed from the British minesweeper HMS Circe (J-214).
Photo from the Admiralty Official Collection, by LT. F.G Roper.
|91k||USS LCI(L)-235 off the coast of southern France during the invasion, 15 August 1944. In addition to carrying troops, LCI(L)-235 was rigged as a salvage and fire fighting ship for the period of the invasion. Photo from the USS Landing Craft Infantry National Association 2005 Calendar.||Ardie Hunt|
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