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USS LCI(L)-1090

International Radio Call Sign:
November - Victor - Uniform - Uniform
Awards, Citations and Campaign Ribbons

Precedence of awards is from top to bottom, left to right
Top Row - China Service Medal (extended) - American Campaign Medal
Bottom Row - Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal (2) - World War II Victory Medal - Navy Occupation Service Medal (with Asia clasp)

LCI-351 Class Landing Craft Infantry (Large):
  • Laid down, 28 August 1944, at Defoe Ship Building Co., Bay City, MI.
  • Launched, 9 September 1944
  • Commissioned USS LCI(L)-1090, 14 September 1944, LT. T. M. Janeway USNR in command
  • During World War II USS LCI(L)-1090 was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater and participated in the following campaign3:

    Asiatic-Pacific Campaign
    Campaign and Dates Campaign and Dates
    Okinawa Gunto operation
    Assault and occupation of Okinawa Gunto, 28 April to 30 June 1945
    Minesweeping operations-Pacific
    Nagoya (Honshu area), 28 September to 25 October 1945
    Kochi-Shikoku (Honshu area), 8 to 16 September 1945

  • Following service in the Southwest Pacific Theater of Operations USS LCI(L)-1090 was assigned to:
    LCI Flotilla Nineteen, LCDR. E. C. Floger;
    LCI Group Fifty-Six, LTjg. C. M. Reese USNR;
    LCI Division One Hundred Eleven
  • Following World War II USS LCI(L)-1090 was assigned to Occupation and China service in the Far East for the following periods:

    Navy Occupation Service Medal

    China Service Medal (extended)
    2 September to 16 December 194519 June 1946 to 1 September 1947

  • Decommissioned, date unknown
  • Struck from the Naval Register, date unknown
  • USS LCI(L)-1090 earned two battle stars for World War II service.
  • Sold, 9 December 1950
  • Final Disposition, fate unknown.
    Displacement 236 t.(light), 264 t.(landing), 419 t.(loaded)
    Length 158' 5½"
    Beam 23' 3"
    Light, 3'1½" mean
    Landing, 2' 8" forward, 4' 10" aft
    Loaded, 5' 4" forward, 5' 11" aft
    16 kts (max.)
    14 kts maximum continuous
    4 officers
    24 enlisted
    Troop Capacity
    6 officers
    182 enlisted
    Cargo Capacity 75 tons
    Armor 2" plastic splinter protection on gun turrets, conning tower and pilot house
    Endurance 4,000 miles at 12 kts, loaded, 500 miles at 15 knots; and 110 tons of fuel
    five single 20mm guns, one bow mounted, one each port and starboard forward of wheelhouse, one each port and starboard aft of wheelhouse
    on some LCIs two .50 cal machine guns were added
    Fuel Capacity
    Diesel 860 Bbls
    lube oil 200 gal
    two sets of 4 General Motors 6051 series 71 Diesel engines, 4 per shaft
    single General Motors Main reduction gears
    two Diesel-drive 30Kw 120V D.C. Ship's Service Generators
    twin variable pitch propellers, 2,320shp

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    LCI(L)-1090 40k USS LCI(L)-1090 partial crew photo, date and location unknown. Robert Morrissey

    The history for USS LCI(L)-1090 is from USS LCI "Landing Craft Infantry", Vol. II. Paducah, Kentucky: Turner Publishing Company, © 1995. (ISBN 1-56311-262-0)
    Commanding Officers
    01 LT. Janeway, T. M. USNR14 September 1944 - ?

    Crew Contact And Reunion Information
    U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation - Navy Log

    Additional Resources and Web Sites of Interest
    USS Landing Craft Infantry National Association
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