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Europe-Africa-Middle East Campaign
|Invasion of southern France, 15 to 16 August 1944||Okinawa Gunto operation
Assault and occupation of Okinawa Gunto, 30 May to 22 June 1945
"USS LST-1010 departed Okinawa for the Philippines arriving at Leyte, 27 June 1945. While in the Philippines she serviced several other islands, including Mindoro and Luzon. The ship then departed for Okinawa arriving 4 August 1945 and returning to the Philippines, 17 August. While at Batangas Bay, Luzon the ship was informed that the war had ended. LST-1010 sailed for Japan, 6 September 1945, for occupation duty returning to the Philippines in November and then back to Japan. A short occupation occurred in Korea in May 1946 and then back to Japan through June 16, 1946."
Contributed by Art Aregoni USS LST-492 and USS LST-1010 and Robert Jolly USS LST 268 and USS LST 1010.
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|93k||USS LST-1010 beached on a ramp at Civitivecchia, Italy while loading RAF equipment in July 1944, bound for Corsica.||Gordon Rae for his father Roy Rae RAF 111th Squadron, 324 Wing)|
|54k||LCT-581 being loaded onto the deck of USS LST-1010 at Portsmouth, VA. in March 1945.||Art Aregoni USS LST-492 and USS LST-1010|
|41k||USS LST-1010 at Okinawa in May 1945 while carrying LCT 581.||Art Aregoni USS LST-492 and USS LST-1010|
|41k||LCT-581 being slid off the deck of USS LST-1010 at Okinawa in June 1945.||Art Aregoni USS LST-492 and USS LST-1010|
|29k||USS LST-1010 deck force chipping and painting the main deck under canvas under a blistering sun, somewhere in the Pacific, 1945.||Art Aregoni USS LST-492 and USS LST-1010|
|74k||USS LST-1010 alongside a repair ship to repair damage caused by collision with USS LSM-24 in Tokyo Bay, 18 September 1945. Art Aregoni is standing in the hole which was part of the damage caused by LSM-24 ramming LST-1010.||Art Aregoni USS LST-492 and USS LST-1010|
|41k||USS LST-1010 in the Philippines, location unknown, circa November 1945.||Art Aregoni USS LST-492 and USS LST-1010|
|9k||USS LST-1010 beached at Guadalcanal, circa May 1946 or later.||LST Home Port web site|
| ROKS Un Bong (LST-807 / LST-671)
|60k||Ex-USS LST-1010 at anchor, in South Korean service as ROKS Un Bong (LST-807). Note side number had not yet been changed to 671. This photo was probably taken just after she was turned over to the Korean government, most likely at San Diego, CA.||Art Aregoni USS LST-492 and USS LST-1010|
|89k||ROKS Un Bong (LST-807) beached near Nahari, east coast of South Korea in March 1976.||Jae-yeol Lee|
|89k||ROKS Un Bong (LST-671)'s final resting place Gimpo Marine Park, Gimpo, South Korea.
Photo by Don Abata
|Art Aregoni USS LST 1010|
|01||LT. Cook, R. B., USNR||25 April 1944 - November 1944|
|02||LT. Plumer, Leonidas, N., USNR||November 1944 - February 1945|
|03||LT. Fisk, Millard L., USNR||February 1945 - January 1946|
|04||LTjg. Brown Jr., Samuel D., USNR||January 1946 - March 1946|
|05||LTjg. Taylor, H. C., USNR||March 1946 - July 1946|
|06||LT. West, Reid Russell, USN||July 1946 - 4 April 1947|
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