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L44-11.12.01 Amphibious Training Exercise

Classroom and field exercises are put to the test in a coordinated amphibians operation by reserves and regular Marines. The close coordination between the Marines and Sailors, who pilot the ships and landing craft, is an example of the teamwork that goes into making up the deployment of men and equipment for amphibious assault. Note LCU-1500.
Title: Amphibious Training Exercise
Description: Classroom and field exercises are put to the test in a coordinated amphibians operation by reserves and regular Marines. The close coordination between the Marines and Sailors, who pilot the ships and landing craft, is an example of the teamwork that goes into making up the deployment of men and equipment for amphibious assault. Note LCU-1500.
Accession #: Naval Subjects Collection
Catalog #: L44-11.12.01
Copyright Owner: Naval History and Heritage Command
After this Year: 1950
Before this Year: 1965
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