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|Eastern New Guinea operation
Finschhafen occupation, 17 February 1944
Altape Humboldt Bay-Tanahmerah Bay, 21 April to 1 June 1944
|Bismarck Archipelago operation Arawe, New Britain, 22 to 24 and 27 to 29 February 1944||Western New Guinea operation
Cape Sansapor operation, 30 July and 31 August 1944
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LCT-921 under construction on Mare Island Navy Yard's, north ways, 24 August 1943.
Mare Island Navy Yard photo # 6051-43
|113k||LCT-920 underway, date and location unknown.||Joe Radigan MACM USN, Ret.|
|85k||LCT-920 beached while unloading what appears to be mail sacks, date and location unknown.||Hal Hunt for his father LTjg. Charles Jackson Hunt USNR OinC LCT-920|
|113k||The photo is captioned "NOT RECOMMENDED FOR TOURISTS
NEW GUINEA - people who like to travel in strange places may enjoy Korako in peacetime, but right now that area; being studied on the map by ENS. C. Jack Hunt (left), Rockport, MO. and ENS David L. Gile, Pittsburg, PA. is very hot spot, not recommended for tourists. The two men were the first Navy officers on a Landing Craft, Tank, to hit the beach at Korako.
CREDIT LINE - WP (ACME PHOTO BY TOM SHAFER, WAR POOL CORRESPONDENT). Photo dated 2 May 1944.
|Hal Hunt for his father LTjg. Charles Jackson Hunt USNR OinC LCT-920|
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