Views from Landing Craft Infantry LCI(L) number 88, as she departs England for the invasion of Normandy, France in World War II
Weymouth England Date:1944, June 5 Duration:2 min 7 sec Sound:NO SOUND
View toward stern of Landing Craft Infantry LCI(L) 88 as she pulls away from the wharf at Weymouth, England, to join an amphibious assault Group destined for Omaha Beach, Normandy, France, in World War 2. Other LCI(L)s seen preparing, or underway, include numbers 488, 493, 497, and 498. Number 88, from which these scenes were recorded, belongs to Flotilla 10, part of an Assault Group operated by the U.S. Coast Guard, and is commanded by Lt. Henry K. Rigg, USCGR
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