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|Campaign and Dates||Campaign and Dates|
|Eastern New Guinea operation
Lae occupation, 4 to 5 September 1943
Leyte landings, 13 to 27 October and 5 to 18 November 1944
|Bismarck Archipelago operation
Cape Gloucester, New Britain, 26 to 29 December 1943 and 21 to 25 February 1944
Lingayen Gulf landings, 4 to 15 January 1945
|Hollandia operation, 21 to 26 April 1944||Consolidation and capture of Southern Philippines;
Palawan Island landings, 1 to 2 March 1945
Visayan Island landings, 25 March 1945
|Western New Guinea operation
Toem-Wakde-Sarmi area operation, 21 to 23 and 27 to 29 May 1944
Biak Island operation, 6 to 10 and 16 to 20 June 1944
Noemfoor Island operation, 30 June to 4 July and 9 to 14 July 1944
Cape Sansapor operation, 16 to 22 August 1944
Morotai landings, 15 September 1944
Tarakan Island operation, 27 April to 5 May 1945
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|678k||USS LST-467 beached at Morotai, Netherlands East Indies, 15 September 1944. Note the makeshift conveyer system set up to bring supplies ashore.
US Army Signal Corps photo # SC 261038, by T/SGT Henry Palm, now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|1086k||USS LST-467 beached at Morotai, Netherlands East Indies, 15 September 1944, as an armored bulldozer makes its way through the water in order to reach the jungle where a road will be built leading to an airstrip.
US Army Signal Corps photo # SC 261040, by T/SGT Henry Palm, now in the collections of the US National Archives.
|69k||USS LST-467 alongside the battle damaged USS La Vallette (DD-449), probably at Subic Bay, Philippine Islands, circa 10 February to 22 March 1945. USS La Vallette is alongside USS Griffin (AS-13) for emergency repairs to make her seaworthy for her return voyage to the US. Also alongside Griffin are four submarines undergoing availability.||Michael Loveall for his father Hugey Loveall USS Griffin|
|38k||USS LST-467 moored at Pontoon Wharf, Tarakan, Borneo, 18 May 1945 while wounded Australian patients from the 110 Casualty Clearing Station, are carried aboard by 2/12 Field Ambulance personal.||Australian War Memorial|
|72k||USS LST-467 tank deck stripped bare to allow use as a temporary ward. Shown are some of the more serious cases which have just been transferred from jeeps and ambulances off Pontoon Wharf, Tarakan, Borneo. The wounded were transported to the Australian Army 2/5 General Hospital at Morotai, 18 May 1945||Australian War Memorial|
|360k||USS LST-18, USS LST-245,
LST-202 and USS LST-467 landing troops and material, on the beach at Leyte, P.I., on D-Day 20 October 1944.
US Navy photo
|Raymond Cvetovich, Ph.D.|
|887k||Christmas 1945 and New Years 1946 greetings from Commander LST Group Nineteen, CDR James E. Van Zandt USNR to the ships of the Group:
USS LST-475 and
|Bill James for his father William James USS LST-471|
|72k||USS LST-467 laid up in the Pacific Reserve Fleet at Long Beach Navy Yard, Long Beach, CA. USS LSM-21's port bow is visible in the lower left corner of this photo.
Photo by The Inman Co., Long Beach, CA.
|Roy Coats to the USS LSM / LSMR Association|
|59k||Underwater photo of ex-USS LST-467 off St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands, May 2007.||Ryan Schutz|
|01||LT. Schlott, Albert, USNR||4 March 1943 - 4 October 1943|
|02||LTjg. Taylor, Milton Bailey, USNR||4 October 1943 - 23 May 1945|
|03||LT. Evans, Francis L., USNR||23 May 1945 - 12 October 1945|
|04||LTjg. Cornwall, Harry C., USNR||12 October 1945 - March 1946|
|05||LTjg. Dobbs, G. R., USN||March 1946 - 28 May 1946|
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