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|Campaign and Dates||Campaign and Dates|
Leyte landings, 20 October and 14 November 1944
|Manila Bay-Bicol operation
Grande Island landing, 30 January 1945
Lingayen Gulf landings, 9 January 1945
San Felipe and La Paz landings, 29 January 1945
|Okinawa Gunto operation
Assault and occupation of Okinawa Gunto, 1 April to 10 May 1945
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|USS Monitor (AP-160)
|79k||USS Monitor (AP-160) underway, circa 18 March to 2 April 1944.
US National Archives photo # 80-G-222655 a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives
|Lawrence W. Lee Jr.|
|USS Monitor (LSV-5)
|67k||The newly completed USS Monitors (LSV-5) at the New York Navy Yard, 14 June 1944. The ex-netlayers could be distinguished from the ex-minelayers by their cut-off bows (presumably adopted to handle nets), single funnels, and twin 5"/38 mount aft (instead of two singles in the ex-minelayers). The stern has a hard knuckle, rather than the curve of the ex-minelayers. Her camouflage is Measure 31 Design 15L.
Text from "U.S. Amphibious Ships and Craft: An Illustrated Design History" by Norman Friedman.
|Robert Hurt and Tony Adamski USS Monitor|
|23k||USS Monitors (LSV-5), date and location unknown. Her camouflage is Measure 31 Design 15L.||Hyperwar US Navy in World War II|
|159k||USS Monitors (LSV-5), date and location unknown.||Tony Adamski, USS Monitor|
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