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Name: Joe Pizzimenti
Date: 2006-03-06
Crewmember? yes
From: Detroit, Michigan
Comments: I was scanning my fathers WWII letters to my mother into my computer when I noticed something exciting. Below the date on the letter (Nov.10 1945) he wrote "East China - Yellow Sea" LST 794. He was enroute to Korea from Okinawa when he wrote the letter. I was very happy to find so much info on LST 794! Now I know a little bit about the ship he was on and have photo's of it. In his letter he writes how sick he felt from the rough seas...he was Army, not Coast Gaurd or Navy. Thanks to all the crew for getting him to Jinsen safely!


Name: Terry Delaney
Date: 2006-01-06
Crewmember? no
From: Arizona
Comments: We have to keep the memories of the old ships alive!
http://www.usswhiteriver.com/
http://www.armourtroops.com/


Thanks


Name: Carl J. Loftesness
Date: 2005-07-17
Crewmember? No
From: Originally: Canton, S.D.
Comments: Was on board LST 612 from Leyte, P.I. to Okinawa (6/29 to 7/6/45).Enroute a mess steward put his hand on the rail and jumped overboard. Lost. Huge fireworks(!) over 4th of July & every nite! Was on board LSM 467 the nite of Oct. 9th '45 for typhoon "Louise". Check it out on Google! Some 230 ships sunk, damaged or grounded. 36 killed, 47 missing. It
took a week to repair #467, then on to Japan occupation.
Was with 132d Combat Engrs., U.S. Army.


Name: Joe Paul Stevens
Date: 2003-10-02
Crewmember? no
From: Jena,Louisiana
Comments: I was on the ATA 191 in Buckner Bay Okinawa Oct. 9,1945 in the typhoon. My ship sunk next to an island, but we lost no one. I"m 77 years old and was 19 at that time. Thanks



Name: Ron Beecher
Date: 2003-09-20
Crewmember? no
From: Livingston,tx
Comments: Served on LST 807, boarded ship in Tsingtoa,China 1945. Decommissioned at Shanghia,China 1946. Served mainly in the Yellow Sea.



Name: Patrick Kukla/LST230
Date: 2003-07-01
Crewmember? No
From: Trenton, MI
Comments: Father was on LST 230. Have pictures, found discharge papers indicating many campaigns and medals. Father shielded us from LST 230 history. Would appreciate any history available. Great Site!!!



Name: Joe R. Street
Date: 2003-05-23
Crewmember? No
From: Texas
Comments: I was the skipper of LCT(6)1239, and launched from LST640 at Mindonoro Philippines. We were converted into a salvage vessel and raised wrecks in Manilla Bay. Had divers and firefighters



Name: Mrs. MaryElllen Tunsky
Date: 2003-04-18
Crewmember? No
From: Suffield, Connecticut
Comments: Great website! My Dad was on an LST during WWII and involved in the Battle of Leyte. I would like to find out more about his experiences. He died in 1978, and never said much about the war. My husband served in the U.S. Coast Guard during the Vietnam Era, and was surprised by your website seeing Coast Guard personnel on an LST. Was this unusual during WWII? Thank you for the info.



Name: William[Bill] Therrell
Date: 2003-02-21
Crewmember? no
From: Goldsboro NC
Comments: Good Website, I served on the Uss Wood County LST-1178 1966-1967, My hat is off to the WW-2 Lst, APA sailors Etc.I was a EN-2



Name: Regina Wage
Date: 2003-01-27
Crewmember? no
From: Reliegh,nc
Comments: Thank you for the site.Ifinally found my fathers" ship-LCS(L)38 after years of searching. Matter of fact I found his picture!!! What a surprise. Any chance of where I can get copies of the pictures of the boat,and crew??


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