|Date: Wed 09/30/09 9:30PM|
From: Ross Nichols
Message: My father served on LCI 95 in the Pacific during WW II. He lives in Michigan at this time. His name is William Nichols. I know that he was in Japan shortly after the bomb was dropped. If anyone out there knows someone who also served onboard during this time would be greatly appreciated.
SGT. Ross Nichols MIARNG
|Date: Mon 09/28/09 5:59PM|
Message: My Uncle died April 2008. He was LT LA West on the LCI 754 during WWII in the pacific. He only spoke of the war once to me and I recorded it.Last weekend I went through three boxes of his and found a photo album he kept during the war. He received a Bronze star with a V for valor. I also fond a stack of letters he wrote to my Aunt. If anyone served with him or knows of others who did, please contact me.
|Date: Thu 09/24/09 3:18PM|
From: Robert Morrissey
I am interested in any information on LCI-804.
|Date: Wed 09/23/09 1:22AM|
From: Jeff Burton
Message: My grand dad was Clyde Burton who served on the LCI 462 in the Pacific Theater. Any shipmates or pictures would be treasured. He has been gone six years.
|Date: Tue 09/22/09 10:42AM|
From: kevin clarke
Message: I have a house just off Utah Beach in Normandy and I recently found a paddle in the attic belonging to LCI(L)93. This lead me to investigate the story of this craft and its operations on Omaha Beach on D Day. I feel proud to own a small piece of history.
|Date: Wed 09/16/09 10:00PM|
From: Isabel Jackson
Message: My Uncle, Robert Moore served in the Navy from Sept 1943 to Dec 1945. He was Quarter Master 3rd Class aboard the LCI 977. Bob is now deceased, but I have a picture of his entire crew of 31 sailors with no names. Does anyone know of anyone who sailed with him on the LCI 977 in the Pacific?
|Date: Wed 09/9/09 10:53PM|
From: Gene Benfield Jr.
Message: My dad, Everette Eugene Benfield, now deceased, served on the LCI(L)-1075 during WWII according to his separation papers. I am trying to find any info about this ship, pictures, list of men on it, etc. I found some info on NavSource Online: Amphibious Photo Archive and I looked at past issues from your newsletters for this particular ship, but I couldn't find any more info. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
|Date: Tue 09/1/09 12:48PM|
From: SCOTT. H
Message: I aquired an old navy knife and carved on the sheath is the initials J.W.S USNR. Also on the sheath is the ships name USS LCI(L)739. Any history on this ship would be much appreciated, Your site was great helping me find out what type of ship it was. would like to know the histoty of the 739 itself. Any info would be much appreciated.
|Date: Mon 08/31/09 8:27PM|
From: Anne Lambrecht Dolan
Message: My father, Donald G. Lambrecht,now 88, served on LCI 355 and 423. He has been been blessed with the opportunity to be a part of Honor Air out of Knoxville on Oct. 2, 2009 to visit the WWII Veterans Memorial.
We are looking for a cap or anything that he can wear to identify himself as LCI. We would appreciate any suggestions on where to look.
Don's daughter, Anne
|Date: Fri 08/21/09 2:39PM|
From: joseph Soderborg
Message: My name is Joseph Soderborg and my father, Ray, served on LCI 433 and LCI 435 during the war. I'm going to Washington DC in Sep. to research at the National Archives. One of the items I'm going after is the 'deck Logs' for both of those ships. If anyone served on either of those ships, I would be happy to get copies of the logs for you at cost. The price the Nat. Archives quoted me for just one month of one log was over $50.00