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|Invasion of Normandy, 6 to 24 June 1944|
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|52k||LCT-522 unloading trucks at Utah Beach onto a "Rhino" (RHF) pontoon barge during the Invasion of Normandy, on 11 June 1944.
National Archives Motion Picture still frame
|74k||Men on the "Rhino" (RHF) pontoon barge duck to avoid fire from a strafing German airplane off Normandy on 11 June 1944. LCT-522 is backing away from the Rhino. Sunken ships of a "Gooseberry" artificial harbor breakwater are in the background. Photographed by Combat Photo Unit Eight (CPU-8).
US Navy photo # 80-G-252834 from the collections of the US Naval History and Heritage Command.
|115k||LCT-522, LCT-602 and LCT-603 nested at Green Cove Springs, St. John River Reserve Fleet, FL., 1946.||CDR. Michael G. Kapnas, USNR Ret (OIC LCT-602 and LCT-538, 1945-46)|
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