Photo #: USA C-1090 (Color)
British Navy Landing Craft, Assault (LCA)
Churn through the waters of a British port, taking American troops to a waiting ship during preparations for the Normandy invasion, circa May-June 1944.
The nearest craft is LCA-1377. Letters "PB" on the boat's side indicate that it is assigned to the HMS Prince Baudouin.
Photograph from the Army Signal Corps Collection in the U.S. National Archives.
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26 January 2004