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Landing Craft Tank
LCT-642

Crew Photos

From the Collection of Louis Ambrosio BM2/c LCT-642
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December 1944, Saltash, England.
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B.C. Mathews, Omar Bradley's nephew, Saltash, England.
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BM2/c Louis Ambrosio, Saltash, England.
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BM2/c Louis Ambrosio and unknown, Saltash, England.
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Unknown, BM2/c Louis Ambrosio and Andy Sawyer, Saltash, England.
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Unknown, B.C. Mathews and BM2/c Louis Ambrosio, Saltash, England.
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Abband (Blackie) Ward and Liberty Hound, Saltash, England
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ENS. Greenfield and BM2/c Louis Ambrosio
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BM2/c Louis Ambrosio at Normandy
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Shipmates at Normandy
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Shipmates at Normandy
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BM2/c Louis Ambrosio and Brad Mathews
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Unknown, BM2/c Louis Ambrosio, Unknown
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Unknowns on the bridge
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Front of French Bank note signed by LCT-642 crew
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Back of French Bank note signed by LCT-642 crew

From the Collection of Robert Moon EM2/c LCT-642
(submitted by his son David Moon)
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Front row L to R: ?, H.J Jence, Robert McFaddin, W. Grister, ? Back row, L to R: Slim Garner, Robert Moon, Wesley Ward, William Bridges, Glen McCullough
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Left W. Grister, others unknown

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Unknown

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L to R: Wesley Ward, Louis Ambrosio, Robert J. Moon back in US

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Robert Moon with axe and the Skipper (?) with rifle

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Foreground Robert Moon, background unknown

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Foreground W. Grister, background unknown

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L to R: ?, ? H. J. Jence, Wesley Ward, unknown


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