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|301k||LCU-1661 off the coast of Beriut, Lebanon , circa 1983.
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|57k||LCU-1661 transporting Marines into USS Raleigh (LPD-1), date and location unknown.||Photo by Antonio "Tony" Garcia LCU-1661|
|50k||LCU-1661 crew member BMSN Polk backing a truck into the LCU1661, while BM2 Pickler, in the yellow vest in the
background, assists in directing the loading of the LCU. The "61" was loading Marine vehicles in North Carolina for transportation to ships heading for the Persian Gulf during Desert Storm
||Photo by Antonio "Tony" Garcia LCU-1661|
|70k||LCU-1661 entering the well-deck of Pensacola (LSD-37) at Dubai during Desert Strom.||Photo by Antonio "Tony" Garcia LCU-1661|
|26k||LCU-1661 beached on Masirah Islamd, off the coast of Oman while preparing for Desert Strom.>||Photo by Antonio "Tony" Garcia LCU-1661|
|310k||LCU-1661 and LCU-1658, assigned to Assault Craft Unit (ACU-2) based at Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek, Va., prepare to embark aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Nassau (LHA-4), 12 September 2008. Nassau is underway to provide assistance to civilian authorities, if called upon, in the wake of Hurricane Ike.
US Navy photo # 080912-N-6439C-021 ATLANTIC OCEAN (Sept. 12, 2008) by MC2 Amanda Clayton.
|457k||LCU-1661, LCU-1656, and LCU-1658 assigned to Beach Master Unit (BMU-2) moored at the Port of Galveston. USS Nassau (LHA-4) is anchored off the coast of Galveston to provide humanitarian assistance support to civil authorities as directed in the wake of Hurricane Ike
US Navy photo # 080919-N-6575H-574 GALVESTON, Texas (Sept. 19, 2008) by MCC Chris Hoffpauir.
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