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|Invasion of Normandy, 6 June 1944|
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|Vietnamese Counteroffensive - Phase II
1 July 1966 to 31 May 1967
23 February to 8 June 1969
|Vietnamese Counteroffensive - Phase III
1 June 1967 to 29 January 1968
|Vietnam Summer-Fall 1969
9 June to 31 October 1969
30 January to 1 April 1968
|Vietnam Winter-Spring 1970
1 November 1969 to 30 April 1970
|Vietnamese Counteroffensive - Phase IV
2 April to 30 June 1968
1 May to 30 June 1970
|Vietnamese Counteroffensive - Phase V
1 July to 1 November 1968
|Vietnamese Counteroffensive - Phase VII
1 July 1970 to 30 June 1971
|Vietnamese Counteroffensive - Phase VI
2 November 1968 to 22 February 1969
1 July to 30 September 1971
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|66k||LCT-776 either abandoned or disabled in mid-channel off the beaches at Normandy, 7 June 1944. She was possibly taken in tow by HM LCT-861 and returned to Portsmouth, U,K. Photo taken from HM LCT-861.||Tony Chapman, Official Archivist/Historian LST and Landing Craft Association (Royal Navy)|
|105k||LCT-776 loaded on the deck of USS LST-357 delivering supplies to the beach on Tinian, Marianas Islands, circa late 1945.
Photo from Frank Piet's Tinian Island.
|844k||Kodiak (YF-866), YFU-59 and YFU-57 at Nha Be, South Vietnam, 5 February 1972.||© Richard Leonhardt|
|42k||Seabee Team 0321 loads out equipment over the beach at Ham Tan, Binh Tuy Province as the last Seabee Team in Vietnam prepares to leave. YFU 59 transported the equipment to Vung Tau where it was prepared for shipment to 31NCR (Port Hueneme, CA.) for overhaul. A Seabee Team was a specialized 13 man team...1 officer (ENS. of LTjg.) and 12 enlisted. The number designation indicates (03) their parent battalion was MCB-3 (21) indicates they were the 21st Team fielded by MCB-3. During the early days of the Vietnam War, Seabee Teams served primarily the Special Forces building their base camps...from 1967 on they were primarily served a Civic Action role building for and training construction trades in local villages and hamlets.
Photo from Seabee Team Deployment Completion Report.
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