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OPERATION MIKE-ONE (Luzon)

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Shipping for Operation Mike-One

Shipping for Landings at Mariveles-Corregidor

Levine, Smith, Powers & Prier at Lingayen

Jenny, Goff, Kazanecki, Owens & Corbin at Lingayen

Loudenburg after a few too many at Bataan

Reynolds, Brefka & Toth helping to feed the starving natives at Bataan

Kazanecki on Luzon

Tractors on beach at Subic Bay, Feb. 1945

Brady and Reynolds on LVT named "Elsie Christine"

Loudenburng with fish at Bataan

Drake with fish at Bataan

Caves at Corregidor were probed by our LVTs to flush out the enemy who would not surrender.

 

"Not much privacy", Lingayen coast - April1945

Awards Ceremony - Feb. 1945

Bronze Star awarded to Cpl. Rade Allen and crew

Base Camp on Luzon

Alex Pirie and John Semerjian on

board LST-777 bound for Mariveles

Pirie at Lingayen

Butch feeding corn to chicken

Ye Olde Washing Machine

Men from Third Platoon, Co. A: Solin, Copeland, Staton, Menard, Johnson, Hertel

Harry Lew, Mail Clerk, Lt. Blake, Maint. Officer, Cpt Keim, Co. Commander, and Spencer Sissell, 1st Sgt.

Company Street of Headquarters Company

Lingayen Gulf, Luzon, February 1945 *

Statue outside of cathedral at Calasio, Luzon

B- Jones, Reddan, Irwin W. Carlson, and Moriarty

F-Jesonis, Wellen, and Kiser

February 1945 *

Steve & Tony with Philippine taxi cabs & driver

Lingayen Gulf, Luzon, February 1945 *

Luzon, March 1945 *

Luzon, March 1945

Opening of Luzon railroads at Manila Station

by General MacArthur, March 1945 *

General MacArthur at Manila Station, Luzon, Philippines March 1945 *

Sixth U. S. Army - Battle Progress Maps for Luzon Campaign

Operational Map of Lingayen Gulf, Luzon, P. I.

Lingayen Assault, 9-11 January 1945: Co. B lands the 6th Infantry Division on Blue Beach on the first day of the invasion. Co. A and Hq. Co. land at Blue Beach two days later.

Sixth Army Landings, 9-17 January 1945: Co. B LVTs continue to support the advance of the 6th Infantry Division while Co. A LVTs are employed in the ship-to-shore movement of supplies.

Sixth Army Advance, 18-31 January 1945: Co. B LVTs continue to support the advance of the 6th Infantry Division while Co. A LVTs are employed in the ship-to-shore movement of supplies.

Mine Sweeping Plan for Mariveles-Corregidor Operation, February 1945

* Donated at Family of Irwin W. Carlson

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