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Maschinen Gewehrstand beim Kgl.ung.Lst.Baon.Nro. 6/20.

Badehaus des Lst.Et.Baon 20 Luck: Korridor.

Badehaus des Lst.Et.Baon 20 Luck: Dampfheizungsanlage.

Unterstände der Lst.4/10 auf dem Rudniksattel (1962) Hintergrund der Nordwestl.Gipfel Kote 2222 des Rosskofel.

Kanzlei des Lst.Inf. Bataillons Nro.24 in Zuryn.

Unterstände der Lst.4/10 auf dem Rudnigsattel (1962) Hintergrund der nordwestlichen Gipfel Kote 2222 des Rosskofl.

Badehaus des Lst.Et.Baon 20 Luck.

Bataillonskommando des Lst.Inf. Bataillons Nro.24 in Zuryn.

Badehaus des Lst.Et.Baon 20 Luck: Maschinenraum.

Maskierter Weg zum Kompagnie Kommando des Lst.Inf.Rgts.Nr.26. Standpunkt: KAPELLENTAL, GOLUBAR PLANINA. aufgenommen 28.VI.16.

Telephon- und Kommandohütte der 4.Kompagnie des Lst.Inf.Bataillons Nro.150. Standpunkt: Bei Kote 1777 südöstlich der Rattendorfer Alm.

Kommandohütte der 3.Kompagnie des Lst.Inf. Bataillons Nro. 150 mit dem Maldatschanberg. Standpunkt: Maldatschanalm.

Offiziersmesse des Lst.Baons Nro.153.

Wasserschöpfwerk in der Seissera beim kgl.ung.Lst.Baon Nr.1/7.Aufgenommen am 3.6.1916.

Offizierswohnung des Lst.Baons Nro.153.

Fuchsloch beim Lst.Inf. Bataillon Nro.24 in Zuryn.

Offiziersgruppe des Lst.Baons Nro.153.

Schützengraben und Unterkünfte des Lst.Inf. Bataillons Nro. 150 Standpunkt: Lanzenboden bei Kote 1777.

Malurchschleifenstellung des Lst.Inf.Bataillons Nro.153 auf der Malurch-Alm.

Sr. k.u.k.Hoheit inspiziert die 48. ITD. Im Gespäch mit einem Offizier des Lst.Bataillons Nro. 13. Standpunkt: Laas. Aufgenommen, am 23. SEptember 1915.

Inferno. Sicilian invasion. An enemy bomber scored a direct hit on this LST setting her aflame when she was about fifty yards from shore and had just jockeyed into position to discharge her cargo. The deck above is loaded with trucks, other vehicles and men who clamber down ropes to escape the flames. Troops stranded in the belly of the craft wait to be taken off the ramp by amphibious "ducks," the seagoing invasion trucks

Prelude (Sicilian invasion). Troops of the 45th Infantry Division, aboard an LST during the closing days of the Sicilian campaign, get some sleep an hour before they are to make scheduled landings behind enemy lines

Williams County, North Dakota. Bridge across the Missouri River was guarded by the American Legion from Dec. 8th to lst of Feb. Guarding has now been discontinued

LST-301, The First LST at Boston Navy Yard

The Canadian dredge "Helbar" dredges out a portion of the Cua Viet River during the construction of an LST landing ramp at Cua Viet. The ramp is being built by the RMK Construction Co. with assistance from Mobile Construction Battalion 5 (MCB-5)

A landing craft, vehicle and personnel (LCVP) from the tank landing ship USS CAROLINE COUNTY (LST 525) underway on the Cua Viet River. In the background is utility landing craft 1498 (LCU 1498) and a mechanized landing craft 8 (LCM 8)

A starboard bow view of the tank landing ship USS CAROLINE COUNTY (LST 525) landing at Cua Viet with a load of cargo trucks. CAROLINA COUNTY Is the first LST to dock at Cua Viet. Utility landing craft 1498 (LCU 1498) is visible in the background

A port bow view of the tank landing ship USS CAROLINE COUNTY (LST-525) with its bow doors open while docked at Cua Viet. The ship brought ice cream to the Marines at Cua Viet to commemorate its visit, the first by an LST

A port bow view of the tank landing ship USS CAROLINE COUNTY (LST-525) on the Cua Viet River. The ship is loaded with cargo trucks. Caroline County is the first LST to dock at Cua Viet

Aerial port bow view of the tank landing ship USS LA MOURE COUNTY (LST 1194) underway

A port bow view of the tank landing ship USS TUSCALOOSA (LST 1187) anchored off the Silver Strand, San Diego, California

An elevated port view of the tank landing ship USS CAYUGA (LST-1186) underway

An aerial starboard bow view of the tank landing ship USS CAYUGA (LST-1186) underway

An overhead view of the tank landing ship USS CAYUGA (LST-1186) underway

An elevated starboard beam view of the tank landing ship USS CAYUGA (LST 1186) underway

Crewmen stand at the end of a causeway as the tank landing ship USS SAN BERNARDINO (LST 1189), with bow open, prepares to lower its ramp

Sailors wait on a causeway as the tank landing ship USS SAN BERNARDINO (LST 1189) approaches

The tank landing ship USS SAN BERNARDINO (LST 1189) lowers its ramp to a causeway as crewmen stand by

Crewmen stand at the end of a causeway as the tank landing ship USS SAN BERNARDINO (LST-1189), with bow open, prepares to lower its ramp

An elevated starboard beam view of the tank landing ship USS TUSCALOOSA (LST 1187) underway

An aerial port bow view of the tank landing ship USS TUSCALOOSA (LST 1187) underway

An elevated stern view of the tank landing ship USS TUSCALOOSA (LST 1187) underway

An elevated port view of the tank landing ship USS TUSCALOOSA (LST 1187) underway

An elevated port view of the tank landing ship USS TUSCALOOSA (LST 1187) underway

The tank landing ship, USS SAN BERNARDINO (LST-1189) prepares to unload the tanks it is carrying. The equipment will be used for training maneuvers in the Indian Ocean by the 31st Marine Amphibious Unit

A squad of Marines from the 31st Marine Amphibious Unit jog on the pier, soon after their arrival. The Marines are stationed aboard the USS SAN BERNARDINO (LST-1189) and are a part of the 1ST Marine Division located in Hawaii

An aerial port bow view of the tank landing ship USS FREDERICK (LST 1184) underway

An aerial port bow view of the tank landing ship USS RACINE (LST-1191) underway

An aerial starboard beam view of the tank landing ship USS FAIRFAX COUNTY (LST 1193) docked at the Washington Navy Yard

An aerial starboard bow view of the tank landing ship USS FAIRFAX COUNTY (LST 1193) docked at the Washington Navy Yard

An aerial starboard bow view of the tank landing ship USS FAIRFAX COUNTY (LST 1193) docked at the Washington Navy Yard

A starboard bow view of the tank landing ship USS BARNSTABLE COUNTY (LST-1197) as troops and vehicles disembark during the NATO exercise Cold Winter (COLDEX-FLOTEX '81). The exercise is intended to test all phases of amphibious operations in sub-freezing weather

U.S. and Spanish ships cruise in formation during exercise Ocean Venture '81. The ships are led by the amphibious transport dock USS RALEIGH (LPD-1) and the tank landig ship USS BARNSTABLE COUNTRY (LST-1197)

A starboard view of the tank landing ship USS HARLAN COUNTY (LST-1196) during the NATO exercise Display Determination '81

U.S. Marines from the 34th Marine Amphibious Unit form assault waves as they head toward the beach in tracked landing vehicles during the NATO exercise Display Determination '81. The tank landing ship USS HARLAN COUNTY (LST-1196) is in the background

A utility landing craft (LCU-1664) approaches the tank landing ship USS BARNSTABLE COUNTY (LST-1197) for the attachment of a ship-to-shore fuel line during Exercise Crisex '81. The amphibious assault ship USS SAIPAN (LHA-2) is also visible in the background

Marines from the 1ST Plt., Co. D, 2nd Assault Amphibious Bn., Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, bring troops ashore on LVTP-7 tracked landing vehicles during Exercise Crisex '81. The amphibious assault ship USS SAIPAN (LHA-2) and tank landing ship USS BARNSTABLE COUNTY (LST-1197) are visible in the background

A utility landing craft carrying an M-60 tank approaches the tank landing ship USS BARNSTABLE COUNTY (LST-1197) during Exercise Crisex '81. The amphibious assault ship USS SAIPAN (LHA-2) is also visible in the background

A starboard bow view of the tank landing ship USS BARNSTABLE COUNTY (LST-1197), after landing on the beach during Exercise Crisex '81

A silhouetted port beam view of the amphibious assault ship USS SAIPAN (LHA-2) and the tank landing ship USS BARNSTABLE COUNTY (LST-1197) underway during Exercise Crisex '81

An aerial view of various ships and service craft, including the tank landing ship USS LA MOURE COUNTY (LST 1194), center, the dock landing ship USS PORTLAND (LSD 37) and the amphibious transport dock USS NASHVILLE (LPD 13), left, moored at the Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek

An aerial view of various ships and service craft, including the tank landing ship USS LA MOURE COUNTY (LST 1194), right, the dock landing ship USS PORTLAND (LSD 37) and the amphibious transport dock USS NASHVILLE (LPD 13), left, moored at the Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek

A port quarter view of the tank landing ship USS BARNSTABLE COUNTY (LST-1197). The ship is one of about 30 participating in OPERATION SOLID SHIELD, taking place off the coast of North Carolina

LCPL David Williams, right, and other Marines clean their M-16 rifles aboard the tank landing ship USS FRESNO (LST-1182) during the trip to Korea to participate in exercise Team Spirit '82

A wave breaks over the bow of the tank landing ship USS RACINE (LST-1191) during a storm at sea. The RACINE is providing escort service to the patrol combatant missile (hydrofoils) USS GEMINI (PHM-6) and USS HERCULES (PHM-2), en route to their new home port at Key West, Fla

PHCS Ron Bayles South Korea....Personnel offload from the tank landing ship Buk Han (LST-678) during exercise Team Spirit '86. OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

PHAN Wilson ....A port bow view of the tank landing ship USS La Moure County (LST-1194) underway. A seaborne powered target (SEPTAR) boat is visible on the aft deck. OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

Korean Marine Corps vehicles, aboard a tank landing ship (LST-679), land during Valiant Blitz, the amphibious assault landing phase of exercise Team Spirit '82

J02 Hardman Mediterranean Sea....A starboard bow view of the tank landing ship USS Peoria (LST-1183). OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

A U.S. Marine truck is unloaded from the tank landing ship USS NEWPORT (LST-1179) during Valiant Blitz, the amphibious assault landing phase of exercise Team Spirit '82

A port quarter view of the tank landing ship USS NEWPORT (LST-1179) leaving after a port visit

A port quarter view of the tank landing ship USS NEWPORT (LST-1179) leaving port after a visit

A port bow view of the tank landing ship USS NEWPORT (LST-1179) leaving port after a visit

A starboard view of the tank landing ship USS NEWPORT (LST-1179) leaving after a port visit

A starboard view of the tank landing ship USS NEWPORT (LST-1179) leaving after a port visit

An aerial starboard quarter view of the Newport-class tank landing ship USS FRESNO (LST 1182) underway while supporting a Marine Corps amphibious beach assault exercise

A Korean Navy LST approaches the beach during exercise Team Spirit '82

Signalman 3rd Class (SM3) Steve Woods, using a signal searchlight, SM2 Ron Lindgren, using sound powered phones, and SM1 Mike Tullgren, center, practice sending messages from the tank landing ship USS FRESNO (LST-1182) to the dock landing ship USS MOUNT VERNON (LSD-39) during exercise Team Spirit '82

A U.S. Marine performs maintenance on a Marine truck aboard the tank landing ship USS FRESNO (LST-1182) during exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines exercise on the flight deck of the tank landing ship USS FRESNO (LST-1182) while en route to South Korea during exercise Team Spirit '82

A port beam view of the tank landing ship USS LA MOURE COUNTY (LST-1194) underway. A seaborne powered target (SEPTAR) boat is visible on the aft deck

A port beam view of the tank landing ship USS SAGINAW (LST-1188) underway. The SAGINAW, part of Task Group 6, is taking part in the transfer of Americans and third nation personnel from Juniyah, Lebanon, to Larnaca, Cyprus

A starboard quarter view of the tank landing ship USS MANITOWOC (LST-1180) underway. The MANITOWOC, part of Task Group 6, is taking part in the transfer of Americans and third nation personnel from Juniyah, Lebanon, to Larnaca, Cyprus

A port bow view of a tank landing ship (LST), with open bulwarks for operation of the landing ramp, during Operation Ocean Venture '82

A view of the tank landing ship USS SAGINAW (LST-1188) tied at the pier. The ship will disembark vehicles to be used by Marines assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

COL James M. Meade, commander of the 32nd Marine Amphibious Unit, leads Marines down the bow ramp of the tank landing ship USS MANITOWOC (LST-1180). The U.S. Marines will be part of the multinational peacekeeping force in Lebanon following a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

An LVTC-7 tracked command vehicle comes ashore as U.S. Marines disembark from a landing ship (LST). U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

Marines from the 32nd Marine Amphibious Unit leave the tank landing ship USS MANITOWOC (LST-1180). The Marines are part of a multinational peacekeeping force assigned to Lebanon after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

Marines from the 32nd Marine Amphibious Unit walk toward their quarters after leaving the tank landing ship USS MANITOWOC (LST-1180). The Marines are part of a multinational peacekeeping force assigned to Lebanon after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

Marines from the 32nd Marine Amphibious Unit walk down the bow ramp of the tank landing ship USS MANITOWOC (LST-1180). The Marines are part of a multinational peacekeeping force assigned to Lebanon after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

COL James M. Meade, commander of the 32nd Marine Amphibious Unit, leads U.S. Marines down the bow ramp of the tank landing ship USS MANITOWOC (LST-1180). The Marines are part of a multinational peacekeeping force assigned to Lebanon after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

A bow view of a tank landing ship (LST), with open bulwarks for operation of the landing ramp, during Operation Ocean Venture '82

Marines from the 32nd Marine Amphibious Unit walk down the pier after leaving the tank landing ship USS MANITOWOC (LST-1180). The Marines are part of a multinational peacekeeping force assigned to Lebanon after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

Port bow view of the tank landing ship USS Saginaw (LST-1188) approaching the pier. The ship will disembark vehicles to be used by U.S. Marines assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

A Marine vehicle rolls down the bow ramp of the tank landing ship USS SAGINAW (LST-1188). The vehicles will be used by Marines assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

A view of the tank landing ship USS SAGINAW (LST-1188) lowering its landing ramp. The ship will disembark vehicles to be used by Marines assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

Marine vehicles roll down the bow ramp of the tank landing ship USS SAGINAW (LST-1188). The vehicles will be used by U.S. Marines assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

Marines from the 32nd Marine Amphibious Unit walk down the bow ramp of the tank landing ship USS MANITOWOC (LST-1180). The Marines are part of a multinational peacekeeping force assigned to Lebanon after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

An LVTP-7 tracked landing vehicle comes ashore as U.S. Marines disembark from a tank landing ship (LST). U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

Port bow view of the tank landing ship USS SAGINAW (LST-1188) approaching the pier. The ship will disembark vehicles to be used by Marines assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization