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Europe-Africa-Middle East Campaign
|Campaign and Dates|
|Invasion of Normandy, 6 to 25 June 1944|
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|178k||LCT-623 loading US Army troops from a transport to deliver them at the Normandy beachhead, June 1944.
US Army photo.
|84k||LCT-623 with US Army troops heading for the Normandy beachhead, 6 June 1944.
Photo courtesy Timeless Media Group, Denver Collins, Editor
|47k||LCT-623 brings supplies to the beach at Normandy after D-Day. Just visible in the foreground is a partial image of LCT-539 unloading troops, June 1944.||Photo by John H. Kellers, GM3/c USS LST-539|
|116k||USS LST-509 and LCT-623 unloading on Omaha Beach during the Invasion of Normandy, June 1944.||W.R. Santschi|
|212k||Ex-LCT-623 in merchant service as the Farrel Line West Africa coastal feeder service as latex carrier MV St Paul.
MV St. Paul was homeported at Monrovia, Liberia and was designed to carry liquid latex from the Firestone Plantation at Harbel on the Farmington River to
Monrovia for transfer to ocean going ships.
"Marine News" February 1949.
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