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|Campaign and Dates|
|Okinawa Gunto operation
Assault and occupation of Okinawa Gunto, 17 April to 30 June 1945
Navy Occupation Service Medal
China Service Medal (extended)
|9 to 25 September 1945||21 to 24 April 1954|
|1 to 23 March 1945|
Korean War Campaigns
|Campaign and Dates||Campaign and Dates|
|North Korean Aggression
13 to 16 September 1950
18 September to 2 November 1950
|First UN Counter Offensive
12 February to 3 March 1951
|Communist China Aggression
3 November 1950 to 17 January 1951
|Second Korean Winter
21 March to 20 April 1952
16 to 17 September 1950
|Korean Defense Summer-Fall 1952
7 to 27 June 1952
13 July to 2 August 1952
6 to 16 September 1952
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| USS LST-898
|28k||USS LST-898 at anchor, date and location unknown.||Tommy Trampp|
|117k||Hungnam waterfront during the evacuation of the First Marine Division, 14 December 1950. Identifiable ships present include: USS LST-898, at left; SS Canada Mail, extreme right; and USS Foss (DE-59), in the right distance, providing electric power to the port area.
US National Archives photo # 80-G-423911, a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives
|US Naval Historical Center|
|152k||Hundreds of fuel drums await evacuation on the Hungnam docks, 14 December 1950. This view looks across the inner harbor from Blue Beach. USS LST-898 is in the center, with an LSU at right and the harbor entrance control frigate (PF) in the right distance.
US National Archives photo # 80-G-423913, a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives
|US Naval Historical Center|
|98k||USS LST-898 beached at Hungnam, Korea, December 1950. with a Shipping Control Administrator, Japan (SCAJAP), LST (note no side number) and LSU-783, date and place unknown.
US Navy photo from "All Hands" magazine February 1951
|Joe Radigan MACM USN Ret.|
| USS Lincoln County (LST-898)
|81k||Starboard broadside view of Lincoln County (LST-898) off Mare Island Naval Shipyard, 15 March 1957. USS Lincoln County was under repair at Mare Island from 7 January to 15 March 1957.
Mare Island Naval Shipyard photo # 33434-3-57.
|65k||Port broadside view of USS Lincoln County (LST-898) off Mare Island Naval Shipyard, 15 March 1957.
Mare Island Naval Shipyard photo # 33437-3-57.
| HTMS Chang (LST-12) (LST-712)
|32k||Ex-USS Lincoln County (LST-898) in Royal Thai naval service as HTMS Chang (LST-12), at anchor, circa 1965, location unknown.
Official Thai Navy photo
|168k||Ex-HTMS Chang (LST-712) moored pierside at the Royal Thai Navy Dock Yard Phachunlachomklao, 13 January 2007, awaiting scrapping. Thai Navy plans to use her as firefighting training hulk at the Royal Thai Navy Base Sattaheeb.||Photo by Nye Nava|
|210k||The decommissioned Thai Royal Navy LSTs HTMS Chang (LST-712), and HTMS Lanta (LST-714) (ex-Stone County (LST-1141)) moored pierside at the Royal Thai Navy Dock Yard Phachunlachomklao, 12 January 2008.||Photo by Nye Nava|
|195k||The decommissioned Thai Royal Navy LSTs HTMS Chang (LST-712), and HTMS Pangan (LST-713) (ex-Stark County (LST-1134)) moored pierside at the Royal Thai Navy Dock Yard Phachunlachomklao, 14 January 2008. The patrol craft HTMS Pattani (511) is in the foreground.||Photo by Nye Nava|
|01||LT. Kallock, Donald W., USNR||29 December 1944 - 23 November 1945|
|02||LTjg. Sullivan, James T., USN||23 November 1945 - 9 May 1946|
|Decommissioned||9 May 1946 - 26 August 1950|
|04||LT. Johnson Jr., Paul D.||1952|
|05||LT. Perez, Raul Brown||no dates|
|06||LT. Carpenter, Harold Lloyd||1956|
|07||LCDR. Bowen, Jack Winnree||October 1958 - 10 June 1960|
|08||LT. Ward, John Ellsworth||10 June 1960 - 24 March 1961|
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