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|Invasion of Normandy, 6 to 25 June 1944|
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|39k||View looking west on "Omaha" Beach during resupply operations, 1 July 1944.
Note the wrecked U.S. LCI(L) by the shoreline in the center, with a broached British LCT further to the right. LCT-551 and LCT-541 (partially visible) are beached at right.
US National Archives photo # SC 206826 a US Army Signal Corps photograph now in the collections of the US National Archives.
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|39k||LCT-541 beached at Normandy, date unknown.
US National Archives photo from film
|48k||LCT-541 underway off the Normandy beachhead, June 1944.||Philippe Gonzales|
|85k||Crew of LCT-541 and LCT-602 moored at NAB Little Creek, VA., 1945.||CDR. Michael G. Kapnas, USNR Ret (OIC LCT-602)|
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