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|Campaign and Dates|
Leyte landings, 9 December 1944
Vietnam War Campaigns
|Campaign and Dates||Campaign and Dates|
|Vietnamese Counteroffensive - Phase II||Vietnamese Counteroffensive - Phase VI|
|Vietnamese Counteroffensive - Phase III||Tet/69 Counteroffensive|
|Tet Counteroffensive||Vietnam Summer-Fall 1969|
|Vietnamese Counteroffensive - Phase IV||Vietnam Winter-Spring 1970|
|Vietnamese Counteroffensive - Phase V|
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|28k||Task Unit 76.4.10 LCTs, 10 December 1944, approaching Dulag, Leyte Island, P.I.
Task Unit 76.4.10 consisting of;
Task Unit 76.4.10 departed Hollandia, 3 December 1944 and launched from LSD's in San Pedro Bay, 9 December 1944 to deliver companies of the US Army's 542 Engineers, Boat and Shore Regiment.
|Photo taken by Bernard L. DeNoma (signalman) LCT-725 and submitted by John S. DeNoma|
|84k||YFU-58 entering the well deck of an LSD after a two month yard period at Naval Station Subic Bay, P.I. She is returning to duty in South Vietnam, circa 1969.||Joe Criscione|
|377k||YFU-58 in a South Vietnam port, circa 1968 -1970.||Photo © Jack Coker|
|20k||YFU-58 in a South Vietnamese waters, date unknown.||Tommy Trampp|
|65k||YFU-58 on the ramp delivering supplies to Dong Ha, South Vietnam, circa 1966. Also at the ramp is an unidentified LCU (landing craft utility)
and an LCM (landing craft medium). At Dong Ha, all supplies were either brought in by C-130
transports or by YFU/LCUs up the Cua Viet River to Dong Ha.
Photo thanks to Ed Marek, the “Walking Dead,” the 1-9 Marines in Vietnam.
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