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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??

Date: 2003-01-10
Crewmember? No I was on LST 824 At Okinawa
From: Winlock Washington
Comments: I have not seen my ship so I was just browsing. Was the 794 at Okinawa?

Name: Harry Allston
Date: 2002-12-17
Crewmember? no
From: Tempe, AZ
Comments: Originally from Phila. PA Served on LCT-1019, LCT-647 & LCT-654. Watched them get loaded and watched them "thrown" off the top of LST"s. Great web site Harry Allston

Name: Robert (Bob) Chantler
Date: 2002-11-30
Crewmember? No
From: Massachusetts
Comments: I am a crewmember of the USS Heywood L. Edwards DD663 which unloaded some ammo from LST 794 during the Okinawa campaign. My regards to the crew of the ship and advise them that we placed the ammo where it did the most good thanks to ships like LST 794. Of interest we fired one and a half times as many shells during Okinawa as the entire Allied fleet at Normandy.

Name: Laura Godette
Date: 2002-11-02
Crewmember? Yes, my father was Harold L. Schmidt
From: Tinley Park, Illinoi
Comments: What a great site. I wanted to write about my dad for a Veterans Day commontary for the local paper (which I work for) and wanted more info. The site was great. I learned so much about his days during the war. He is pictured in the large crew picture. My dad would have loved it. Unfortunately he died 14 years age in July of 1988.

Name: Ted (Red) Bremer
Date: 2002-10-19
Crewmember? No
From: Yorktown, NY
Comments: Always like your web site:Thanks I was EM on LST 998. Still looking for Sparky who was the EM on the LCT we carried to the Philippines. Don"t know the LCT number; if you were on that LCT carried on LST 998, Please contact me. Thanks, Ted

Name: Glenn Krosp
Date: 2002-09-17
Crewmember? NO
From: Millington, Tn
Comments: I am the son of a crewman from USS LST 1033H

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