An LCI, an LCVP and an LST underway towards Normandy, France during World War II.
Normandy France Date:1944, June Duration:2 min 2 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Allied fleet underway in the Atlantic Ocean towards Normandy, France during World War II. A wrecked LCI ( Landing Craft Infantry ) fleet underway at sea in the background and a rough sea in the foreground. A large group of amphibious craft tied up alongside a mother ship. An LCI underway with bow completely out of water. A Coast Guard patrol boat underway in water. A Task Force off the coast of Normandy with barrage balloons flying overhead. An LST ( Landing Ship Tank) and a patrol boat underway at sea with an LCVP ( Landing Craft Vehicle Personnel ) underway in the foreground. A French boat near Normandy beach. A steel pier built in water. A Liberty ship with two LCTs ( Landing Craft Tanks) tied up along side. A sunken ship in the background. A city on the beach as barrage balloons fly overhead. The LST ( Landing ship Tank ) with its bow up on the beach as barrage balloons fly overhead.
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