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Caption: Navy forces were crucial to Army and Marine supply lines. World War II-era Landing Ship, Tanks (LSTs) and Harbor Utility Craft (YFUs) moved much of the war material up and down the rivers of Vietnam. In this image, YFUs deliver Army self-propelled howitzers to the battlefield in 1967. (Naval History and Heritage Command

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Caption: YFCU-72 transports high-explosive ammunition up the Perfume River to Hue in 1968 (Naval History and Heritage Command)
Published: Thu Jun 10 11:27:26 EDT 2021