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Capture and occupation of Saipan, 15 to 29 June 1944
|Okinawa Gunto operation
Assault and occupation of Okinawa Gunto, 1 April to 30 June 1945
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|1086k||LCT(6)-1050 at Pearl Harbor, circa 16 to 23 January 1946.
Also present are:
USS Bennington (CV-20) moored across the channel at NAS Ford Island,
USS Troilus (AKA-46) moored astern of,
USS Cape Gloucester (CVE-109),
USS LST-1079 moored astern of
USS Terror (CM-5),
USS LST-459 with LCT-1015 secured to her main deck, astern of
Moored forward of LST-863 are an unidentified Minesweeper and two Rescue and Salvage ships
The next pier has two unidentified ships, possibly AKs the Survey Ship USS Sumner (AGS-5), and two unidentified Minesweepers
USS LST-737 moored astern of
USS LST-45 moored astern of numerous Minesweepers and possibly
USS Shipley Bay (CVE-85)
US Navy photo BUAer photo # 496019 from "CINCPAC, Released 23 January 1946.
|122k||LCT(6)-1050 being salvaged by a Navajo Class Fleet Tug in late 1945, off Ie Shima after the invasion of Okinawa.||Mike Greene for his father J. Hubert Greene, LCT 1268|
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