|Date: Wed 06/10/09 6:54PM|
From: James D. Robertson
Message: I am in need of the nomenclature of the stern anchor on the old style LCI. Thank you. J.D. Robertson SM2/c USS LCI (G) 64
|Date: Sun 06/7/09 9:59AM|
From: David Moore
Message: I'm the second son of a WWII veteran and I'm looking for information pertaining to my father's service aboard LCI(L)-324. At least that's the LCI # I was told. What I do know is that Donald E. Moore served with the USCG and landed British commandos on Normandy beach 6-Jun-1944. He and Mom used to attend Coast Guard reunions with his shipmates. I'll gladly become an Affiliate if this site is for USCG as well as Navy LCI families. Thank you in advance.
|Date: Fri 05/29/09 6:16PM|
From: Stephanie Handy
Message: Hi, Hal Bleyl said that there was still one person in the association from LCI(L)-5 and that he would get me in contact with him, so Hal, when you get the chance, I'd love to have his contact information.
|Date: Thu 05/28/09 6:12PM|
From: Ruth Fordyce
Message: Hi, my name is Ruth and my Dad served on the LCI 605. I would just like to encourage all who come here to become and affiliate member and attend a LCI convention, I just attended my first in Portland with my Dad and WHAT rewarding and fun experiance it was. The dues per year are only 25.00 a small price to pay to help keep the History alive, it is up to us now to make sure that the LCI Histories and the Men who lived on them are not forgotten.
|Date: Thu 05/28/09 4:44PM|
From: Kathleen Langston
Message: Hello, My father Frederick G. Langston served in WWII on LCI 605. If you or anyone you know served on the 605 I'm sure he'd love to hear from you. He also writes a newsletter for the association. If you'd like to receive it, you can send him an e-mail to email@example.com to be added to the list. Thanks!
San Diego, CA
|Date: Thu 05/28/09 2:22PM|
From: Sarah Alkire Mays
Message: My Dad, who I am very blessed to say is still going strong and living with me, served on the LCI(L) 433, and later on the USS Dane. His name is Earl Alkire. I've shown him a little bit of the research I've done on the internet, but try not to push. If anyone out there knows Dad, or someone who served with him, or has any other info on the 433, I might be able to get him on here. Thanks.
|Date: Wed 05/27/09 10:49PM|
From: Carl Yusna
I am looking for anyone from LCI 94.
LCI 94 evacuated LIFE Magazine photographer Robert Capa from Omaha Beach. Do you have any recollections of Capa?
29th Infantry Division Association
|Date: Wed 05/27/09 12:15AM|
From: Mark L Stenehjem
Message: My uncle, Sigurd J. Bjertness, Ens USNR was killed in action on 10/24/1944 as a result of the sinking of LCI(L)1065 by a Japanese plane off the coast of the Philippine island of Leyte. I would appreciate any information about Sig or the 10/24/1944 battle.
|Date: Mon 05/25/09 7:20PM|
From: Joseph Chick
Message: My fathers name was John F Chick who was assigned to an LCI in the pacific theater of operations. He told me of actions in the Solomons,Truk Kwajalein,Gilbert Islands and Leyte Gulf. Does anyone know what # ship he would have been on or how to find that out?
|Date: Mon 05/25/09 9:25AM|
From: Dale Gillig
Message: Looking for any info. on LCI 93. My dad Harold (RED) Gillig was on this boat