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"Queen Elizabeth" Troopship, unloading US troops in Scotland -
it once carried a record number of 15,028 troops in one single trip ...



LCVP Landing Craft circling around their 'mother' ship, while waiting for the signal to start landing on the beaches -
Training during Exercise "Tiger", full scale rehearsals for the Normandy landings, April 44



LCA Landing Craft boarding their 'mother' ship HMS Prince Baudouin
(which was to disembark 5th Ranger elements on Omaha Beach) during landing rehearsals in the English Channel,
April-May 44



2d NBB personnel stand in their dugout, near a German pillbox
(note typical helmet markings),
Utah Beach, June 7-8, 1944 


2d NBB personnel with signal equipment, Utah Beach, June 6, 1944



LCT (A) #2008, Landing Craft, Tank, Mk 5, transporting US reinforcements toward the beaches, June 7, 1944 -
large supply ships in the background are waiting for orders to start discharching their cargoes ...

Follow-up US troops heading for Utah Beach,
June 6, 1944 - these men probably belong to the
359th Inf Regt / 90th Inf Div
(difficult to check, due to antigas sleeves being worn),
which was temporarily attached to the 4th Infantry Division (also note Barrage Balloons flying overhead)



England June 1944, LST loading operations for the Normandy Invasion

England June 1944, LST loading operations for the Normandy Invasion


England June 1944, LCT vehicle loading operations, in view of the Normandy Invasion

England, June 1944 Rangers aboard LCA ready for the Invasion !


England June 1944, LST loading operations for the Normandy Invasion



England June 1944, waterproofed armored vehicles (Sherman tanks) aboard LCT,
ready to go on a rampage in Normandy ...

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