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Landing Craft Tank
Awards, Citations and Campaign Ribbons
Precedence of awards is from left to right
Top Row - Combat Action Ribbon (retroactive, 6 June 1944 Normandy)
Bottom Row - American Campaign Medal - Europe-Africa-Middle East Campaign Medal (2) - World War II Victory Medal
Landing Craft Tank (Mark 5):
Laid down, 25 September 1942, at Bison Shipbuilding Corp, North Tonawanda, N.Y.
Launched, 9 October 1942
Delivered, 16 October 1942
During World War II LCT(5)-207 was assigned to the Europe-Africa-Middle East Theater, LCT Flotilla Eighteen, LCDR A. Hayes, and participated in the following campaigns:
Placed out of service, date unknown
Struck from the Naval Register, 25 February 1946
LCT(5)-207 earned two battle stars for World War II service
Delivered, 22 July 1946, to the War Shipping Administration for disposal
Sold in 1953, registered to Puerto Rico Agricultural Co., Santurco PR as freighter MV Isabel II (ON 250392)
Reflagged Dominican Republic in 1953
Final Disposition, fate unknown
Europe-Africa-Middle East Campaigns
|Campaign and Date
||Campaign and Date
|Sicilian occupation 9 to 15 July 1943
||Invasion of Normandy, 6 to 25 June 1944
Displacement 285 t.(fl)
Length 114' 2" (o.a.)
Beam 32' 8"
limiting 3' 6"
max.navigational 3' 6"
Speed 10 kts.
Range 700 nautical miles at 7 kts.
Cargo Capacity 150 short tons
two single 20mm AA gun mounts
two .50 cal. machine guns
wheelhouse 2 1/2"
gun shields 2"
Fuel Capacity Diesel 80 Bbls
three Grey Marine 6-71 Diesel engines
one Diesel-drive 20Kw 120V. D.C. Ships' service generator
three propellers, 675shp
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||LCT(5)-207 beached at Slapton Sands, England, while off-loading a bulldozer, date unknown.
Photo from US National Archives Tape No. 68-1931.
||LCT(5)-207 and LCT(5)-293, probably in port in southern England prior to D-Day 6 June 1944.
||Chris Miller for his father George Robert Miller SM2/c LCT-293
||Smoke from grass fires obscure the bluff on several sectors, notably Dog Red, shown here. The smoke is still visible
when this picture was taken, about 1600. LCT(5)-207, carrying the self-propelled guns of the 58th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, was finally able to make shore
after an attempt at 0600 had failed. Obstacles on this part of Omaha beach were still intact that afternoon.
||George M. Greene for his father George H. Greene LCT-207
There is no history for LCT(5)-207 available at NavSource
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Last Updated 27 April 2018
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