Utah Beach. D Day.

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  1. Trux

    Trux 21 AG Patron

    Mike is about to start posting an account of the landings on Utah Beach by US VII Corps on D Day 1944.

    The core document is the Landing Table for US VII Corps dated 10 May 1944. The document used is not the original but a copy made for US Army Battle Analysis Course, P651.

    I must acknowledge a huge debt of gratitude to forum member Bin There (aka Chuck). He spotted the document in a US Army archive and offered to obtain a copy. He even offered to drive 1500 miles to do so. He sweet talked the lady librarian into making good copies and forwarded them to me.

    My apologies for the delay in making the information more widely available. I have had it since June 2019 and started work on it in September. I was at the time finishing a study of Naval Force 'B' and found it confusing to try and work on two similar documents at the same time.

    I hope my efforts do the material justice.

    Mike
     
    Last edited: Jan 9, 2020
  2. idler

    idler GeneralList

    I can remember that conversation so thanks to you both for the follow-up. The embarrassingly-successful Utah always seems to get sidelined by its neighbour so good to see it getting the full works.
     
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  3. Trux

    Trux 21 AG Patron

    INTRODUCTION.

    At first sight Utah Beach seems an unlikely landing place, and the landings on it seem unnecessary. On one hand it could protect the right flank of the landing beaches but it was also in danger of becoming isolated and any landing force destroyed. However, as some wise person observed, armchair generals worry about tactics while real life generals worry about logistics. In the short term the two Mulberry harbours could serve the needs of the Allied armies but there were some concerns about their effectiveness, and indeed their ability to withstand enemy attacks and/or winter storms. In the event of course Mulberry A was destroyed by a storm before it was completed. A sizeable and well equipped port would soon be needed and Cherbourg was the most suitable port available. It offered easy access from both the South Coast ports of the UK and for shipping coming direct from the USA. It had good rail connections with the north and south of France. Thus Cherbourg became a major objective of the US First Army. Striking inland from Utah Beach the US VII Corps could seize and hold the key bridges and routes to allow US forces to advance up the Cotentin Peninsular and on to Cherbourg.

    US VII Corps would land near the base of the Cotentin Peninsular and move inland to hold the route to Omaha Beach in one direction and to Cherbourg in the other. A potential problem was the lack of viable routes inland from the beaches. Having a landing force restricted to one or two causeways presented dangers, not least from the enemy blocking the causeway and there being no room to deploy for an assault. The solution was to drop an airborne division, the 101st, to land around St Mere Eglise and hold the inland end of the causeways and the north south route. The 82nd Airborne Division was to land to the west to prevent enemy interference and hold river crossings. This would be the largest airborne operation attempted so far and was regarded as very risky. Risk assessment and difficult decisions is what generals are paid for.

    Many writers have said that the landings on Utah were trouble free, suffered only light casualties and went according to plan. Taking a somewhat narrow view this would be generally true however:

    Force ‘U’ had the most difficult crossing of the Channel. Force ‘U’ sailed from the assembly points at Dartmouth and Salcombe. These were well to the west and the journey was long and uncomfortable in the high wind and rough sea. In particular the LCTs of Convoy U.2A had a difficult time. Sailing before midnight on 3 June they missed the postponement signal sent early on 4 June and when they were eventually found and told to return they had a long and difficult journey to Portland. They barely had time to anchor and refuel before they had to sail again.

    Off the beach on D Day Force ‘U’ suffered from mines that had been laid in shallow water. Most were non contact mines fitted with delay mechanisms. These were difficult to find and almost impossible to sweep.

    The assault groups of landing craft were swept off course by wind and current. Since the key control craft were lost to mines or other mishaps this error could not be corrected and the landings took place over a mile from the intended location.

    It is true that the casualties incurred in the landing were relatively light but VII Corps included two airborne divisions which landed inland to secure key points and routes for the seaborne troops. The airborne troops were widely scattered due to wind and cloud and suffered heavy casualties.

    Mike.
     
  4. Trux

    Trux 21 AG Patron



    THE FIRST HOUR.


    Much of the detail of the landings on Utah was dictated by chance rather than planning or the enemy. There was some good luck and some bad luck but overall the landings went well, certainly better than Omaha.

    Bad luck, or a series of unfortunate occurrences, meant that the landing was made on the wrong stretch of beach, more than a mile from where the landing was intended to be. Good luck dictated that this area was much less strongly defended, both in weapons and beach obstacles.


    How things went awry:

    Control craft were deployed as follows
    On Uncle Red were PC 1261, the Primary Control, with LCC 80 and LCC 90.
    On Tare Green were PC 1176 with LCC 60 and LCC 70.

    On the approach to the beach the left boundary of the force heading for Uncle Red was marked by the Primary Control Vessel, PC 1261. At 0525 this vessel hit a mine and was lost. The back up control vessel was LCC 80 but this craft had fouled her propeller on the cable of a buoy marking the clear channel. Thus the left boundary was without control craft.

    The Primary Control Vessel for Tare Green was PC 1176. This vessel was guiding the LCTs carrying DD tanks. When PC 1261 sank PC 1176 was ordered to replace her but one of the LCTs hit a mine at 0552 and sank five minutes later. This caused confusion and LCC 60 was sent to replace PC 1176. LCC 90 was guiding LCT(A)s to Uncle Red so only LCC 70 remained available.

    The coastal current was carrying the waves of craft off course to the left and since there were no control craft available to check or correct the drift the force heading for Uncle Red was heading for a point some 2,500 yards east of the intended landing place. The force heading for Tare Green had no choice but to conform to this movement.

    In the event what might have been a disaster turned out well. The stretch of beach on which the landing actually took place was more lightly defended than the intended beach. When the Deputy Divisional Commander landed he ordered that the succeeding waves follow the initial waves. There was some confusion caused by craft being unable to recognise landmarks, and troops ashore were unsure as to where they actually were.

    A possible source of confusion for the present day researcher is that although the troops did not in fact land on Uncle Red and Tare Green those names were retained for the beaches on which the landings actually took place. Easier than changing all the orders and other paperwork.


    H HOUR.
    0630.


    TARE GREEN.
    Ten LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman land the assault companies, Company ‘B’ and Company ‘C’, of 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 1 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    30 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 2 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    31 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 3 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    18 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment. Liaison.
    1 man from 1 Battalion Medical Section, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Battery ‘A’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion. Forward Observation Officers Team.
    2 men from Company ‘A’, 87 Chemical Battalion. Mortar Liaison Officer.

    Serial 4 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    26 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 1 Battalion Medical Detachment.

    Serial 5 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    30 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 6 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    30 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 7 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    31 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 8 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    18 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 1 Battalion Medical Section.
    2 men from Company ‘A’, 70 Tank Battalion. Liaison with DD tanks.
    2 men from Company ‘A’, 87 Chemical Battalion, Mortar Liaison Officer.
    7 men detachment from 86 Signal Company.
    1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 9 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    26 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 1 Battalion Medical Section.
    3 men from 1 Battalion Headquarters Company.

    Serial 10 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    30 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.


    UNCLE RED.
    Ten LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, land the assault companies, Company ‘E’ and Company ‘F’, of 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    LTIN 11 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    31 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 2 Battalion Medical Section.

    Serial 12 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    30 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 2 Battalion Medical Section.

    Serial 13 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    16 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from 2 Battalion Headquarters.

    Serial 14 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    30 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 2 Battalion Medical Section.

    Serial 15 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    31 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 16 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    31 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 17 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    30 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 2 Battalion Medical Section.

    Serial 18 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    16 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    6 men from Detachment 286 Joint Assault Signal Company.
    2 men from 2 Battalion Headquarters Company.

    Serial 19 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    30 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 2 Battalion Medical Section.

    Serial 20 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    31 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 2 Battalion Medical Section.

    The assault wave of craft should all reach the beach at the same time. For each of the beaches, Tare Green and Uncle Red, the craft will approach in a line with the first craft listed being on the right flank and the last craft listed being on the left flank. Each company will have five craft, four each carry an assault boatload and the fifth carried the company headquarters team. The Headquarters craft will be in the centre of the line with two assault teams on either side.

    The exact composition of the assault boatload for Utah is not known but it will be similar to that used on Omaha. The team is based on an infantry platoon with some of the platoon personnel left out battle. They will land with later waves. There are also attached engineer, signals and medical personnel. The boatload will have trained together for some time before D Day and will work as a team to clear enemy positions.


    H HOUR (approximately).
    Note says ‘as close to H Hour as possible’.

    Eight LCT(6) (Special) each carry four Sherman M4A1 DD amphibious tanks from 70 Tank Battalion. The tanks should have been launched some 7,000 yards offshore but in the event were launched closer.


    TARE GREEN.
    Serial 21 is a LCT(6) (Special) (LCT 594) carrying:
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 70 Tank Battalion.

    Serial 22 is a LCT(6) (Special) (LCT 592) carrying:
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 70 Tank Battalion.

    Serial 23 is a LCT(6) (Special) (LCT 593) carrying:
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 70 Tank Battalion
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 70 Tank Battalion.

    Serial 24 is a LCT(6) (Special) (LCT 594) carrying:
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 70 Tank Battalion.


    UNCLE RED.

    Serial 25 is a LCT(6) (Special) (LCT 531) carrying:
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 70 Tank Battalion.

    Serial 26 is a LCT(6) (Special) (LCT 596) carrying:
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 70 Tank Battalion.

    Serial 27 is a LCT(6) (Special) (LCT 597) carrying:
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 70 Tank Battalion.

    Serial 28 is a LCT(6) (Special) (LCT 510) carrying:
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Sherman DD tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 70 Tank Battalion.

    The LCTs carrying the DD tanks were delayed by the weather and did not arrive in the Transport Area until 0445, half an hour after they should have left it. Some time was made up on the approach and more time was made up by launching the DD tanks closer to shore than planned. In the event the DD tanks were only slightly late in reaching the shore. The time given for their planned landing was always regarded as flexible since there were so many potential causes of delay.


    H HOUR + 7 MINUTES.
    0637.


    TARE GREEN.
    Nine LCVP from USS Dickman land the reserve company, Company ‘A’, and the weapons company, Company ‘D’ plus the remainder of the assault companies.

    Serial 29 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    15 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    15 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 1 Battalion Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 30 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    15 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    16 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 31 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    30 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 32 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    31 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 1 Battalion Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 33 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    30 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 1 Battalion Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 34 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    26 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Battery ‘A’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion. Forward Observation Officers Party.
    1 man from 1 Battalion Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 35 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    30 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 36 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    15 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    16 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 37 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    15 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    15 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 1 Battalion Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.


    UNCLE RED.
    Nine LCVP from USS Barnett land the reserve company, Company ‘E’, and the weapons company, Company ‘H’, plus the remainder of the assault companies.

    Serial 38 is a LCVP from USS Barnett carrying:
    19 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    9 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 2 Battalion Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 39 is a LCVP from USS Barnett carrying:
    18 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 2 Battalion Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    7 men from Detachment, 286 Joint Assault Signal Company.

    Serial 40 is a LCVP from USS Barnett carrying:
    31 men from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 2 Battalion Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 41 is a LCVP from USS Barnett carrying:
    30 men from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 2 Battalion Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 42 is a LCVP from USS Barnett carrying:
    18 men from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 39 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 43 is a LCVP from USS Barnett carrying:
    30 men from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 2 Battalion Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 44 is a LCVP from USS Barnett carrying:
    31 men from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 45 is a LCVP from USS Dickman carrying:
    19 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    10 men from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 46 is a LCVP from USS Barnett carrying:
    19 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    9 men from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.


    H + 7 MINUTES.
    0637.

    The following are scheduled to land at H+7 Minutes but are numbered out of sequence

    TARE GREEN.

    Serial 57 is a LCVP from LST 361/281 carrying:
    16 men from Navy Demolition Team.
    5 men from 299 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    1.5 tons of explosives.

    Serial 58 is a LCVP from LST 361/281 carrying:
    16 men from Navy Demolition Team.
    5 men from 299 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    7 men from Battery ‘D’, 81 Airborne AA Battalion.
    1.5 tons of explosives.

    Serial 59 is a LCVP from LST 362/47 carrying:
    16 men from Navy Demolition Team.
    5 men from 299 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    1.5 tons of explosives.

    Serial 60 is a LCVP from LST 362/47 carrying:
    16 men from Navy Demolition Team.
    5 men from 299 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    7 men from Battery ‘D’, 81 Airborne AA Battalion.
    1.5 tons of explosives.

    Serial 61 is a LCVP from LST 363/48 carrying:
    16 men from Navy Demolition Team.
    5 men from 299 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    1.5 tons of explosives.

    Serial 62 is a LCM(3) from LCT(4) 297/512 carrying:
    26 men from 299 Engineer Combat Battalion.

    Serial 63 is a LCM(3) from LCT(4) 298/837carrying:
    26 men from 299 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    6 men from Battery ‘D’, 81 Airborne AA Battalion.

    Serial 64 is a LCM(3) from LCT(4) 299/976 carrying:
    26 men from 299 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    7 men from Battery ‘D’, 81 Airborne AA Battalion.

    Serial 65 is a LCM(3) from LCT(4) 300/646 carrying:
    26 men from 299 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    7 men from Battery ‘D’, 81 Airborne AA Battalion.


    UNCLE RED.

    Serial 66 is a LCM(3) from LCT(4) 304/797 carrying:
    26 men from 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    7 men from Battery ‘F’, 81 Airborne AA Battalion.

    Serial 67 is a LCM(3) from LCT(4) 305/691carrying:
    27 men from 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    7 men from Battery ‘F’, 81 Airborne AA Battalion.

    Serial 68 is a LCM(3) from LCT(4) 306/836 carrying:
    26 men from 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    7 men from Battery ‘F’, 81 Airborne AA Battalion.

    Serial 69 is a LCM(3) from LCT(4) 307/801 carrying:
    26 men from 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    7 men from Battery ‘F’, 81 Airborne AA Battalion.

    Serial 70 is a LCVP from LST 364/281 carrying:
    16 men from Navy Demolition Team.
    5 men from 299 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    1.5 tons of explosives.

    Serial 71 is a LCVP from LST 364/281 carrying:
    16 men from Navy Demolition Team.
    5 men from 299 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    1.5 tons of explosives.

    Serial 72 is a LCVP from LST 364/281 carrying:
    16 men from Navy Demolition Team.
    5 men from 299 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    7 men from Battery ‘F’, 81 Airborne AA Battalion.
    1.5 tons of explosives.

    Serial 73 is a LCVP from LST 365/282 carrying:
    16 men from Navy Demolition Team.
    5 men from 299 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    1.5 tons of explosives.

    Serial 74 is a LCVP from LST 365/282 carrying:
    16 men from Navy Demolition Team.
    5 men from 299 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    7 men from Battery ‘F’, 81 Airborne AA Battalion.
    1.5 tons of explosives.

    Serial 75 is a LCVP from LST 365/282 carrying:
    16 men from Navy Demolition Team.
    5 men from 299 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    1.5 tons of explosives.


    H + 15 MINUTES.
    0645.

    Eight LCT(5)A land the reserve company, Company ‘C’, of 70 Tank Battalion. These are not DD tanks but M4 with deep wading trunks.

    TARE GREEN.

    Serial 47 is a LCT(5)A (LCT 2454) carrying:
    Tank M4 with 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Tank M4 with 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    1.6 tons,150 rounds, 75mm ammunition from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Tank M4 and Dozer Blade B1 with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion and 3 men from 612 Engineer Light Equipment Company.

    Serial 48 is a LCT(5)A (LCT 2310) carrying:
    Tank M4 with 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Tank M4 with 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    1.6 tons,150 rounds, 75mm ammunition from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Tank M4 and Dozer Blade B1 with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion and 3 men from 612 Engineer Light Equipment Company.

    Serial 49 is a LCT(5)A (LCT 2402) carrying:
    Tank M4 with 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Tank M4 with 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    1.6 tons,150 rounds, 75mm ammunition from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Tank M4 and Dozer Blade B1 with 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.

    Serial 50 is a LCT(5)A (LCT 2478) carrying:
    Tank M4 with 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Tank M4 with 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    1.6 tons,150 rounds, 75mm ammunition from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Tank M4 and Dozer Blade B1 with 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    7 men from Battery ‘B’, 81 Airborne AA Battalion.

    The extra Ammunition is carried for off shore firing.


    UNCLE RED.

    Serial 53 is a LCT(5)A (LCT 3301) carrying:
    Tank M4 with 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Tank M4 with 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    1.6 tons,150 rounds 75mm ammunition from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Tank M4 and Dozer Blade B1 with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion and 3 men from 612 Engineer Light Equipment Company.

    Serial 54 is a LCT(5)A (LCT 2488) carrying:
    Tank M4 with 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Tank M4 with 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    1.6 tons,150 rounds 75mm ammunition from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Tank M4 and Dozer Blade B1 with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion and 3 men from 612 Engineer Light Equipment Company.
    7 men from Battery ‘B’, 81 Airborne AA Battalion.

    Serial 55 is a LCT(5)A (LCT 2282) carrying:
    Tank M4 with 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Tank M4 with 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    1.6 tons,150 rounds 75mm ammunition from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Tank M4 and Dozer Blade B1 with 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.

    Serial 56 is a LCT(5)A (LCT 2309) carrying:
    Tank M4 with 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Tank M4 with 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    1.6 tons,150 rounds 75mm ammunition from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Tank M4 and Dozer Blade B1 with 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    7 men from Battery ‘B’, 81 Airborne AA Battalion.

    The extra Ammunition is carried for off shore firing.


    Two LCVP stand by to land Headquarters and attached personnel from 1Battalion and 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment. They will land when the naval and military commanders consider it timely and safe.

    TARE GREEN.
    Serial 51 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    12 men from Headquarters Company 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    6 men from 286 Joint Assault Signal Company.
    3 men from Company ‘A’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    2 men from Company ‘B’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    2 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man Cannon Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    UNCLE RED.
    Serial 52 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    12 men from Headquarters Company 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment
    1 man from 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    1 man from 1 Battalion Medical Detachment.
    3 men from Company ‘A’, 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    4 men from Company ‘B’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    3 men from Company ‘B’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    1 man Cannon Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.


    H+30 MINUTES.
    0700.

    The Reserve Battalion lands.

    TARE GREEN.

    Serial 76 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    17 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel with 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 1 Battalion Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 77 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    10 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    17 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 1 Battalion Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 78 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    21 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    6 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 1 Battalion Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment. Intelligence and Reconnaissance.

    Serial 79 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    17 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel with 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 80 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    29 men from Company ‘C’, 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    Half a ton of explosives.

    Serial 81 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    16 men from Company ‘C’, 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    8 men from Advanced Command Post, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    Quarter of a ton of explosives.

    Serial 82 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    30 men from Company ‘C’, 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    Half a ton of explosives.

    Serial 83 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    16 men from Company ‘C’, 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    9 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment. A & P.
    4 men from Battery ‘C’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion. Forward Observation Officer.
    Quarter of a ton of explosives.


    UNCLE RED.

    Serial 84 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    22 men from Company ‘A’, 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    4 men from 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    Half a ton of explosives.

    Serial 85 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    23 men from Company ‘A’, 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    Quarter of a ton of explosives.

    Serial 86 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    24 men from Company ‘A’, 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    Half a ton of explosives.

    Serial 87 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    24 men from Company ‘A’, 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    Quarter of a ton of explosives.

    Serial 88 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    20 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel with 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 89 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    20 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    9 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 2 Battalion Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 90 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett carrying:
    20 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    9 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    4 man from 65 Armoured Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 91 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    M29 Weasel with 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    10 men from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    4 man from 65 Armoured Artillery Battalion.


    H+37 MINUTES.
    0707.


    TARE GREEN.

    Serial 92 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    6 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment. Battalion Commander and party.
    M29 Weasel with man from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment. For Battalion Commander.
    9 men from 1 Battalion Medical Section.
    1 man from Company ‘A’, 4 Medical Battalion.

    Serial 93 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    19 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment. Regimental Supply Sergeant.
    1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment. Chaplain.

    Serial 94 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment. S4 (Intelligence Officer)
    M29 Weasel with 1 man from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment. For S4.
    11 men from 1 Battalion Medical Section.

    Serial 95 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    29 men from Company ‘C’, 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    Half a ton of explosives.

    Serial 96 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    15 men from Company ‘C’, 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    M29 Weasel with 1 man from Company ‘C’, 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    Half a ton of explosives.


    UNCLE RED.

    Serial 97 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    30 men from Company ‘A’, 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    Half a ton of explosives.

    Serial 98 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    18 men from Company ‘A’, 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    M29 Weasel with 3 men from Company ‘A’, 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    Half a ton of explosives.

    Serial 99 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Dickman, carrying:
    13 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel with 3 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 100 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Dickman, carrying:
    7 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel with 3 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    9 men from 2 Battalion Medical Section, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 101 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Dickman, carrying:
    19 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    10 men from 2 Battalion Medical Section, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from 65 Field Artillery Battalion.


    H+50 MINUTES.
    0720.


    TARE GREEN.

    Serial 102 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    11 men and 2 handcarts from Company ‘A’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    5 men and I handcart from 81 Airborne AA Battalion.
    2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment. Administration and Personnel.

    Serial 103 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    10 men and 2 handcarts from Company ‘A’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    M29 Weasel with 1 man from Company ‘A’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment. Administration and Personnel.

    Serial 104 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    11 men and 2 handcarts from Company ‘A’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    5 men and I handcart from 81 Airborne AA Battalion.
    2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment. Administration and Personnel.

    Serial 105 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    10 men and 2 handcarts from Company ‘A’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    M29 Weasel with 1 man from Company ‘A’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment. Administration and Personnel.

    Serial 106 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    11 men and 2 handcarts from Company ‘A’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    5 men and I handcart from 81 Airborne AA Battalion.
    2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment. Administration and Personnel.

    Serial 107 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    10 men and 2 handcarts from Company ‘A’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    M29 Weasel with 1 man from Company ‘A’, 87 Chemical Battalion.

    Serial 108 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    11 men and 2 handcarts from Company ‘A’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    5 men and I handcart from 81 Airborne AA Battalion.
    2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment. Administration and Personnel.

    Serial 109 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    10 men and 2 handcarts from Company ‘A’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    M29 Weasel with 1 man from Company ‘A’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment. Administration and Personnel.


    UNCLE RED.

    Serial 110 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    10 men from Company ‘B’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    M29 Weasel with 3 men from Company ‘B’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 111 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    11 men from Company ‘B’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    5 men from 81 Airborne AA Battalion.
    2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 112 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    10 men from Company ‘B’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    M29 Weasel with 3 men from Company ‘B’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 113 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    11 men from Company ‘B’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    5 men from 81 Airborne AA Battalion.
    2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 114 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    10 men from Company ‘B’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    M29 Weasel with 3 men from Company ‘B’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 115 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    11 men from Company ‘B’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    5 men from 81 Airborne AA Battalion.
    2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 116 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    10 men from Company ‘B’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    M29 Weasel with 3 men from Company ‘B’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 117 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    11 men from Company ‘B’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    5 men from 81 Airborne AA Battalion.
    2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Details of the units involved so far follow next.

    Mike.
     
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    8 INFANTRY REGIMENT.

    1 Battalion.
    1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment landed on Tare Green with Company ‘B’ and Company ‘C’ landing at H Hour and Company ‘A’ landing shortly afterwards at H+5 Minutes.

    Company ‘B’ landed on the right flank of the landing area. They headed inland and then turned northwards along a road towards strongpoint WN7. They came under small arms fire from houses along the road, some 600 yards inland and near La Madelaine, North West of La Grande Dune. The company continued their advance to strongpoint WN7 which was a headquarters and had a garrison of some thirty men who offered little resistance.

    Company ‘C’ landed near the centre of the beach and cleared strongpoint WN5 at La Dune. This strongpoint had been heavily damaged by the air bombardment and offered relatively little resistance.

    1 Battalion crossed the causeway of Exit 2 and then turned northwards, reaching Torqueville by evening.


    2 Battalion.
    2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment landed on Uncle Red with Company ‘E’ and Company ‘F’ landing at H Hour and Company ‘G’ landing at H+5 Minutes.

    Company ‘E’ and Company ‘F’ landed on Uncle Red.

    Company ‘E’ headed straight for Strongpoint WN5 at La Grand Dune and very quickly secured it. Medium bombers had bombed the site very accurately shortly before H Hour and the defenders were either casualties or too shocked to offer serious resistance. All the strongpoints heavy weapons had been destroyed or disabled except for an 80mm mortar.

    Company ‘F’ landed without encountering any resistance and joined up with Company ‘E’. The two companies then advanced inland some 700 yards to Strongpoint WN4 at La Dune. This was found to be deserted except for a few stragglers and it was captured after a short skirmish. The two companies then moved southwards down a narrow road towards Exit 1.

    It is not clear at what point the company or battalion officers became aware that they had in fact landed in the wrong place. It is suggested that they may have confused Exit 1 for Exit 2 and Exit 2 for Exit 3.

    Company ‘G’ moved along the beach towards strongpoint WN3 at Beau Guillet. They crossed a minefield under fire but quickly captured the position.

    2 Battalion did not cross the causeway of Exit 2 but headed south along the coast. They cleared isolated pockets of enemy, captured Strongpoint WN2a and reached Exit 1. They then moved inland to Poupeville and linked with 3 Battalion, 501 Parachute Infantry Regiment.

    3 Battalion.
    3 Battalion landed as a single body at H+75 Minutes and after leaving the Personnel Transit Area it headed inland over the causeway at Exit 2. It then continued to advance to the west and reached an area north of Les Forges. A platoon was sent to link with 82 Airborne Division near Chef du Pont.


    70 TANK BATTALION.
    The battalion had three companies of Sherman medium tanks, two of which were equipped with amphibious DD tanks. The third company was equipped with wading tanks which were to be carried in LCT(A) and LCT(HE) and give fire support on the approach on from the shoreline. They were scheduled to land at much the same time as the DD tanks.

    Company ‘B’ and Company ‘C’ were equipped with sixteen DD tanks each. US DD tanks were Sherman M4A1 (British Sherman II) fitted with flotation equipment manufactured in the US to British designs. They were to be carried on LCT(6), four tanks per craft, and launched 7,000 yards from shore at 0530. In the event the LCTs were delayed by wind and tide and it was decided that the craft would carry tanks to 1,000 from shore. They were still late in arriving and instead of arriving at H Hour it was H+10 minutes.

    Company ‘A’ was equipped with sixteen normal wading Sherman M4 medium tanks. They were carried on LCT(A) which had platforms at the bows to carry two Sherman tanks so that they could fire from the craft. Each craft also carried a Sherman tankdozer and other vehicles as space allowed. LCT(A) were armoured on the crew positions.

    The Sherman tankdozer was a standard Sherman tank in all respects with the addition of a standard M1 dozer blade which could be raised and lowered by a hydraulic ram. Any M4 Sherman could be fitted with the blade but it was a task for workshops. Each beach, Tare Green and Uncle Red, had two tankdozers to assist the tanks in their advance inland and two tankdozers to assist with obstacle removal on the beach. Those for use on the beach had driver and gunner from 70 Tank Battalion and three men from 612 Engineer Light Equipment Company.

    The Sherman tanks of Company ‘A’ were to have been fitted with Whizbang rocket launchers. These were fitted to the turret and were elevated by elevating the 75mm gun barrel. The tank crews did not like these as there was very little space between the turret roof and the launcher. This meant that there was little hope of escape for the turret crew in the event of fire. It was demonstrated that the 75mm gun could be equally effective in destroying sea walls and bunkers and the idea was shelved until a redesigned mounting could be issued. The tanks of Company ‘A’ retained the fixing points for Whizbang.

    The normal company organisation was three troops each of five M4 medium tanks plus a company headquarters which had two M4 medium tanks and one M4 105mm howitzer. For the initial assault each company landed three troops plus a headquarters tank. All medium tanks, except the howitzer, were 75mm, including the tank dozers.

    Company ‘A’ lost four DD tanks when LCT 593 hit a mine and sank. One more was lost when it was run down by a LCT on the way in. Thus Company ‘A’ only landed eleven DD tanks. Company ‘B’ suffered no losses before landing so that the two companies landed a total of twenty seven tanks in the initial wave.

    Company ‘C’ with wading tanks lost one LCT which capsized during the crossing and one LCT sunk by a mine. The company lost four M4 tanks and two M4 tank dozers. They were however on time, landing twelve tanks and four tank dozers at 0645.

    Once ashore the gun tanks had little trouble in suppressing the defences but lost seven tanks to enemy fire, mines or mishaps. Company ‘A’ lost three tanks, Company ‘B’ lost two tanks and Company ‘C’ lost two tanks.

    Total casualties were:
    3 men killed
    1 officer seriously wounded
    2 officers and 16 men lightly wounded
    1 officer and 16 men missing, presumed drowned in the loss of LCT 593.

    Four reserve tanks landed in the afternoon. The Light Tank Company landed later.


    81 Airborne AA/AT Battalion.
    This was part of 82 Airborne Division. Batteries A, B and C were anti tank batteries while Batteries D, E and F were anti aircraft batteries. For the D Day landings the AA batteries were to provide early anti aircraft defence for the beaches. The weapon employed by the batteries was the tried and tested .5” water cooled machine gun on a high angle tripod mounting. Each battery had twelve such guns. The gun itself was capable of sustained fire. There was no reason why it should not fire continuously for long periods as long as ammunition and cooling water was available. A disadvantage was the weight of the components. The gun weighed some 100 pounds and the tripod some 150 pounds. On Utah the machine guns and ammunition were carried in airborne handcarts.


    DEMOLITION TEAMS.
    The Navy Demolition Units were Task Group 125.2.3. There were eleven units assigned as follows:
    Tare Green Beach. Units 25, 26, 127 and 136.
    Uncle Red Beach. Units 28, 29, 30 and 132.
    Reserve. Units 134, 135 and 139.

    Because of the state of the tide and the position of the beach obstacles it was not thought that underwater work would be necessary. Since it was planned that all obstacles would be above the water line, and the beach above water was an army responsibility, it was planned that the Naval Demolition Units would be co ordinated under the Army Demolition Units and come under the supervision of the commander of the army units.

    Naval Demolition Units embark as follows:
    Tare Green.
    Units 28 and 29 on LST 282.
    Units 30, 132 and 135 on LST 230.

    Uncle Red.
    Units 25 and 26 on LST 48.
    Units 127 and 136 on LST 47.
    Units 134 and 139 on LST 281.


    On the LSTs anchoring in the Transport Area each demolition unit embarks personnel and equipment in the LCVP assigned to it from the LST. The LCVPs then proceed to the rendezvous area and then proceed in to the beach with its assault wave.

    'The Navy Demolition Units will clear four gaps through the seaward band of obstacles on each beach. Each gap will be 50 yards wide and will be 250 yards apart. They will then widen the gaps to the left until the entire band of obstacles is cleared.'

    On Tare Green Beach:
    'Unit 25 will clear a gap at the right flank of the beach.
    Unit 26 will clear a gap 250 yards from the right flank.
    Unit 127 will clear a gap 500 yards from the right flank.
    Unit 136 will clear a gap 750 yards from the right flank.'

    On Uncle Red:
    'Unit 28 will clear a gap at the right flank of the beach.
    Unit 29 will clear a gap 250 yards from the right flank.
    Unit 30 will clear a gap 500 yards from the right flank.
    Unit 132 will clear a gap 750 yards from the right flank.'

    Reserve Demolition Units were assigned as follows.
    Tare Green. Units 134 and 139.
    Uncle Red. Unit 135.

    Each army Engineer Demolition Unit consisted of an officer and 25 men. These were embarked on LCT(4)s which towed LCM(3)s. On arrival at the Transport Area personnel transferred to the LCM(3)s which were preloaded with two tons of explosives. If any of the LCM(3) were lost or inoperative then the towing LCT was to signal the flagship for a replacement. The personnel each carried a reserve pack of explosives in case of the loss of the LCM(3). A reserve of personnel was carried on USS Dickman and were to be landed when craft were available.

    LCT(4)s towed LCM(3) as follows.
    Tare Green Beach.
    LCT 518 towed LCM Serial 95.
    LCT 837 towed LCM Serial 96.
    LCT 1050 towed LCM Serial 109.
    LCT 646 towed LCM Serial 110

    Uncle Red Beach.
    LCT 797 towed LCM Serial 91.
    LCT 691 towed LCM Serial 92.
    LCT 836 towed LCM Serial 93.
    LCT 801 towed LCM Serial 94.


    Each man carried a fifty pound pack of prepared explosives. After landing demolition personnel the LCMs and LCVPs retire 1,000 yards off shore and wait clear of the boat lanes. They were to return at H+65 minutes unless ordered in earlier. They were to adopt the same formation as in the initial landing. They were to unload all explosives remaining in the craft and then remain under the control of the Senior Demolition Officer until released as no longer required.


    'Tank dozers and bulldozers will tow away any obstacles which cannot be completely destroyed. They will be concentrated into piles and buoyed by Naval Beach Parties as navigational hazards if they were within the tidal area. Any underwater obstacles are the sole responsibility of the Naval Demolition Units. Naval Demolition Units will report to the commander 2 Beach Battalion after the initial demolitions have been completed.'

    'LCTs 522 and 524 each carry six tons of reserve explosives for Tare Green Beach units. LCTs 810 and 855 each carry five tons of reserve explosive for Uncle Red units. They will fly ‘Answering’ pennant and ‘Baker’ flag for easy identification.'

    'Demolition explosives will be unloaded and placed in beach dumps under the supervision of an officer who will note the locations. Navy Demolition Units will land diving gear for use in an emergency and carry water and rations for 24 hours.'

    'The Senior Demolitions Officer will be embarked on LST 281 and will beach with unit 134. Communications between parties will be by SCR 536. Communications between parties of Tare Green Beach and Uncle Red Beach and Flagship will be by SCR 609.'


    Gapping teams began landing at 0645.

    One LCM was hit by shellfire on grounding killing four and wounding thirty nine army engineers and killing four and wounding eleven navy demolition personnel.

    Beach obstacles proved to be only a minor problem. There was a low density of obstacles and they were generally light in weight. Many were simply cabled together and towed away by tank dozers or bull dozers. Shallow water and a wide beach allowed plenty of time for clearance and within half an hour significant gaps had been made.

    By 0800 1 Engineer Special brigade reported that the entire beach in the assault area was clear of obstacles.

    Mike.
     
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    THE SECOND HOUR.

    H+60 MINUTES.
    0730.


    TARE GREEN.
    Serial 118 is a LCM(3) from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    27 men from Company ‘F’, 351 Engineer Regiment.
    8 men from Company ‘C’, 2 Naval Beach Battalion.
    7 men from 286 Joint Assault Signal Company.
    2 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    3 men from 238 Engineer Battalion.
    1 man from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    4 men from Headquarters 351 Engineer Regiment.

    Serial 119 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    14 men from Company ‘F’, 351 Engineer Regiment.
    5 men from Company ‘C’, 2 Naval Beach Battalion.
    3 men from 286 Joint Assault Signal Company.

    Serial 120 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    14 men from Company ‘D’, 351 Engineer Regiment.
    5 men from Company ‘C’, 2 Naval Beach Battalion.
    3 men from 286 Joint Assault Signal Company.
    3 men from 238 Engineer Battalion.
    1 man from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.

    Serial 121 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    14 men from Company ‘D’, 351 Engineer Regiment.
    4 men from Company ‘C’, 2 Naval Beach Battalion.
    3 men from 286 Joint Assault Signal Company.

    Serial 121 is a LCVP from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, carrying:
    13 men from Company ‘D’, 351 Engineer Regiment.
    4 men from Company ‘C’, 2 Naval Beach Battalion.
    4 men from 286 Joint Assault Signal Company.
    5 men from Headquarters 351 Engineer Regiment.


    UNCLE RED.
    Serial 122 is a LCM(3) from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    27 men from Company ‘C’, 351 Engineer Regiment.
    9 men from Company ‘B’, 2 Naval Beach Battalion.
    7 men from 286 Joint Assault Signal Company.
    2 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    3 men from 49 Engineer Battalion.
    1 man from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    4 men from Headquarters 1 Battalion 351 Engineer Regiment.

    Serial 123 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    14 men from Company ‘C’, 351 Engineer Regiment.
    5 men from Company ‘B’, 2 Naval Beach Battalion.
    3 men from 286 Joint Assault Signal Company.

    Serial 124 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    14 men from Company ‘A’, 351 Engineer Regiment.
    4 men from Company ‘B’, 2 Naval Beach Battalion.
    3 men from 286 Joint Assault Signal Company.
    3 men from 49 Engineer Battalion.
    1 man from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.

    Serial 125 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    14 men from Company ‘A’, 351 Engineer Regiment.
    5 men from Company ‘B’, 2 Naval Beach Battalion.
    4 men from 286 Joint assault Signal Company.

    Serial 126 is a LCVP from APA 5, USS Barnett, carrying:
    13 men from Company ‘A’, 351 Engineer Regiment.
    4 men from Company ‘B’, 2 Naval Beach Battalion.
    3 men from 286 Joint Assault Signal Company.
    5 men from Headquarters, 1 Battalion, 351 Engineer Regiment.

    Serial 128 is a LCM(3).
    It is assigned to the Commanding Officer of 22 Infantry Regiment and carries:
    6 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company 22 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel from Headquarters and Headquarters Company 22 Infantry Regiment.

    The LCM(3) will be loaded with a Weasel from APA 13, USS Joseph T Dickman, and will report to LCT(5) serial 285. The LCM(3) will embark the personnel from LCT(5) Serial 285 at a time to be decided by the Commanding Officer 22 Infantry Regiment and land on Tare Green.

    The M29 Weasel is equipped with radio to act as the Commanding Officer’s Rover.


    Serial 129 is a LCM(3).
    It is assigned to the Commanding Officer 8 Regiment Combat Team.
    It will follow LCT(6) Serial 296 and be the call of the Commanding Officer 8 Regiment Combat Team. It will be loaded as directed by the Commanding Officer and land at a place and time decided by him.

    Serial 130 is a LCVP.
    It is assigned to the Commanding Officer 8 Regiment Combat Team.
    It will follow LCT(6) Serial 296 and be the call of the Commanding Officer 8 Regiment Combat Team. It will be loaded as directed by the Commanding Officer and land at a place and time decided by him.


    H+75 MINUTES.
    0745.


    22 Infantry Regiment begins to land. The beaches should have been cleared of the enemy. The obstacle clearance teams should have cleared gaps through the beach obstacles. Routes off the beach should be cleared and traffic control be in place. Personnel will now not land under combat conditions but be directed to assembly areas where they will form up before moving out to their objectives inland.



    TARE GREEN.
    Serial 131 is a LCVP from LSI Empire Gauntlet carrying:
    31 men from Company ‘I’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 3 Battalion Medical Section, 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 132 is a LCVP from LSI Empire Gauntlet carrying:
    31 men from Company ‘I’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 3 Battalion Medical Section, 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 133 is a LCVP from LSI Empire Gauntlet carrying:
    31 men from Company ‘I’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 3 Battalion Medical Section, 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 134 is a LCM(3) from LSI Empire Gauntlet carrying:
    59 men from Company ‘I’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from 3 Battalion Medical Section, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    5 men from 26 Signal Company.
    2 men from Company ‘C’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    1 man from 746 Tank Battalion.

    Serial 135 is a LCM(3) from LSI Empire Gauntlet carrying:
    62 men from Company ‘I’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from 3 Battalion Medical Section, 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 136 is a LCM(3) from LSI Empire Gauntlet carrying:
    59 men from Company ‘L’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from 3 Battalion Medical Section, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from 44 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 137 is a LCM(3) from LSI Empire Gauntlet carrying
    32 men from Company ‘I’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    31 men from Company ‘L’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from 3 Battalion Medical Section, 22 Infantry Regiment.

    To land at the discretion of the Commanding Officer 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 138 is a LCM(3) from LSI Empire Gauntlet carrying:
    24 men and 1 handcart from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel with I man from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from 3 Battalion Medical Section, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Company ‘I’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Company ‘K’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Company ‘L’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    7 men from 26 Signal Company.
    4 men from 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2 men from Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from Company ‘C’, 87 Chemical Battalion.


    UNCLE RED.
    To land at the discretion of the Commanding Officer 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 139 is a LCM(3) from USS Bayfield carrying:
    36 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel with I man from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    18 men from 3 Battalion Medical Section, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    7 men from Shore Fire Control Party.
    2 men from Company ‘C’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Cannon Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 140 is a LCM(3) from APA 33, USS Bayfield, carrying:
    65 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 141 is a LCM(3) from APA 33, USS Bayfield, carrying:
    38 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    5 men from Shore Fire Control Party.
    1 man from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from Headquarters, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel with 1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from Company ‘C’, 87 Chemical Battalion.

    Serial 142 is a LCM(3) from APA 33, USS Bayfield, carrying:
    62 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 143 is a LCM(3) from APA 33, USS Bayfield, carrying:
    64 men from Company ‘K’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 144 is a LCM(3) from APA 33, USS Bayfield, carrying:
    38 men from Company ‘K’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel with 1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from Headquarters, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2 men from Company ‘C’, 87 Chemical Battalion.

    Serial 145 is a LCM(3) from APA 33, USS Bayfield, carrying:
    63 men from Company ‘K’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.


    TARE GREEN.
    Serial 146 is a LCM(3) from LSI Empire Gauntlet carrying:
    10 men from Company ’H’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    21 men and a handcart from Company ’M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    15 men and 2 handcarts from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    M29 Weasel with 1 man from 87 Chemical Battalion.
    1 man from 3 Battalion Medical Section, 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 147 is a LCM(3) from LSI Empire Gauntlet carrying:
    10 men from Company ’H’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    20 men and a handcart from Company ’M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    15 men and 2 handcarts from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    M29 Weasel with 1 man from 87 Chemical Battalion.
    1 man from 3 Battalion Medical Section, 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 148 is a LCM(3) from LSI Empire Gauntlet carrying:
    12 men from Company ’I’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    15 men and a handcart from Company ’M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel with 1 man from Company ’M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    15 men and 2 handcarts from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    1 man from 3 Battalion Medical Section, 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 149 is a LCM(3) from LSI Empire Gauntlet carrying:
    40 men from Company ’K’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    18 men and a handcart from Company ’M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from 3 Battalion Medical Section, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from 44 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 150 is a LCM(3) from LSI Empire Gauntlet carrying:
    31 men and a handcart from Company ’K’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    25 men from Company ’M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2 men from Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from 3 Battalion Medical Section, 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 151 is a LCM(3) from LSI Empire Gauntlet carrying:
    31 men and a handcart from Company ’K’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    25 men from Company ’K’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    19 men and a handcart from Company ’M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from 3 Battalion Medical Section, 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 152 is a LCM(3) from LSI Empire Gauntlet carrying:
    32 men and a handcart from Company ’K’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    11 men from Company ’K’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    19 men and a handcart from Company ’M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from 3 Battalion Medical Section, 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Note:
    The above LCM(3)s collected vehicles from USS Dickman before collecting personnel from Empire Gauntlet. Empire Gauntlet did not carry vehicles.


    UNCLE RED.
    Serial 153 is a LCM(3) from APA 33, USS Bayfield, carrying:
    43 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel with 1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    12 men from Company ‘I’, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 3 Battalion Medical Detachment

    Serial 154 is a LCM(3) from APA 33, USS Bayfield, carrying:
    43 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel with 1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    12 men from Company ‘L’, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 3 Battalion Medical Detachment

    Serial 155 is a LCM(3) from APA 33, USS Bayfield, carrying:
    43 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel with 1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    12 men from Company ‘K’, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 3 Battalion Medical Detachment

    Serial 156 is a LCM(3) from APA 33, USS Bayfield, carrying:
    65 men from Company ‘L’, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 3 Battalion Medical Detachment

    Serial 157 is a LCM(3) from APA 33, USS Bayfield, carrying:
    36 men from Company ‘L’, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 3 Battalion Medical Detachment
    1 man from Headquarters 3 Battalion.
    M29 Weasel with I man from Headquarters 3 Battalion.

    Serial 158 is a LCM(3) from APA 33 USS Bayfield, carrying:
    64 men from Company ‘L’, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from 3 Battalion Medical Detachment.


    Serials 159 and 160 were assigned to the 4 Division Assistant Divisional Commander and his party. They were to land at a time and place decided by the Assistant Divisional Commander.

    The Assistant Divisional Commander was Brigadier General Roosevelt, son of President Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt and cousin of President Franklin Roosevelt.


    Serial 159 was a LCT(6) detailed to collect the Assistant Divisional Commander from APA 33, USS Bayfield. The vehicles were already on board having been embarked in the UK. The LCT(6) carried:
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from 4 Division Assistant Divisional Commander’s party.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from 4 Division Assistant Divisional Commander’s party.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from 4 Division Assistant Divisional Commander’s party.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from 4 Division Assistant Divisional Commander’s party.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Division Assistant Divisional Commander’s party.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Division Assistant Divisional Commander’s party.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Division Assistant Divisional Commander’s party.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Division Assistant Divisional Commander’s party.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Division Assistant Divisional Commander’s party.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Division Assistant Divisional Commander’s party.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Division Assistant Divisional Commander’s party.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Division Assistant Divisional Commander’s party.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Division Assistant Divisional Commander’s party.
    M29 Weasel from 4 Division Assistant Divisional Commander’s party.
    M29 Weasel from 4 Division Assistant Divisional Commander’s party.
    Armoured Car M8 from 4 Division Assistant Divisional Commander’s party.
    64 men from 4 Division Assistant Divisional Commander’s party.

    Serial 160 was a LCVP from APA 33, USS Bayfield, attached to Serial 159. It carried:
    M29 Weasel with 1 man from 4 Division Assistant Divisional Commander’s party.

    The position of Assistant Divisional Commander was not found in the British Army. The role was to be near the front where he could implement plans, report progress or problems and solve such problems if possible. On D Day Brigadier Roosevelt landed to find that the entire assault had landed in the wrong place, some 1½ miles to the left of that which was intended. Having assessed the situation and carried out a reconnaissance of the available forward route he decided that the entire force should follow the assault to the new beaches. The original landing and beach layout plans were followed with the new landing beaches being given the same names as the originals, Tare Green and Uncle Red.

    Roosevelt met with the battalion commanders and ordered them to eliminate the remaining German defences and move out over the Exit 2 causeway rather than the Exit 3 causeway as planned.


    Mike
     
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    Trux 21 AG Patron

    THE THIRD HOUR.

    There has been a pause in the landing to allow the beach to be prepared for LCTs to land vehicles. The pause also allows commanders to delay the landing of further waves if it is thought necessary.

    H+145 Minutes.
    0855.


    The beach is clear, the enemy has been subdued, the beach exits are open for tracked vehicles so the Field Artillery Battalions and the Tank Battalion now land.

    TARE GREEN.
    Serial 183 is a LCT(5) (LCT 497) carrying:
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘A’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘A’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘A’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘A’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3 from Battery ‘A’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3 from Battery ‘A’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    56 men from Battery ‘A’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2 men from Medical Detachment, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 184 is a LCT(6) (LCT 511) carrying:
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    59 men from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    3 men from Medical Detachment, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Service Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 185 is a LCT(5) (LCT 458) carrying:
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘B’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘B’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘B’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘B’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3 from Battery ‘B’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3 from Battery ‘B’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    56 men from Battery ‘B’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2 men from Medical Detachment, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 186 is a LCT(5) (LCT 450) carrying:
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘C’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘C’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘C’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘C’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3 from Battery ‘C’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3 from Battery ‘C’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    56 men from Battery ‘C’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2 men from Medical Detachment, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 187 is a LCT(6) (LCT 516) carrying:
    M4 tank with 5 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 tank with 5 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 tank with 5 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 tank with 5 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 tank with 5 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.


    UNCLE RED.
    Serial 188 is a LCT(5) (LCT 443) carrying:
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3A1 from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3A1 from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    47 men from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and M10 Ammunition Trailer with 3 men from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3A1 from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    10 men from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 189 is a LCT(5) (LCT 424) carrying:
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3A1 from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3A1 from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    44 men from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and M10 Ammunition Trailer with 3 men from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3A1 from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    11 men from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    6 men from Headquarters Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 190 is a LCT(5) (495) carrying:
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3A1 from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3A1 from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    43 men from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    10 men from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and M10 Ammunition Trailer with 3 men from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 191 is a LCT(5) (LCT 475) carrying:
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3A1 from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3A1 from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    43 men from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3A1 from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    12 men from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and M10 Ammunition Trailer with 3 men from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 192 is a LCT(5) (LCT 486) carrying:
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3A1 from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3A1 from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    40 men from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3A1 from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    8 men from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3 and 1 ton trailer from Medical Detachment 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    6 men from Headquarters Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 193 is a LCT(5) (LCT 489) carrying:
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M10 Ammunition Trailer from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3A1 from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3A1 from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    46 men from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M3A1 from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Batter, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    8 men from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 3 men from Medical Detachment 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.


    H+175 MINUTES.
    0925.


    Engineer units land to construct beach exits, trackways and improve roads.

    TARE GREEN.
    Serial 194 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2235) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    R4 Dozer with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    44 men from Company ‘B’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    5 men from Headquarters and Service Company, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.

    Serial 195 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2477) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    44 men from Company ‘B’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Air Compressor with 2 men from HQ and Service Company, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 2 men from Headquarters and Service Company, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    D7 Dozer with 2 men from Headquarters and Service Company, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    4 men from Medical Detachment 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.

    Serial 196 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2057) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    13 men from Company ‘B’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    R4 Dozer with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    7 men from Medical Detachment 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.

    Serial 197 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2304) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    44 men from Company ‘A’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    D7 Dozer from 612 Engineer Light Equipment Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2 ½ ton 6 X 6 Compressor Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    6 men from Headquarters and Service Company, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.

    Serial 198 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2056) carrying:
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    R4 Dozer with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    44 men from Company ‘A’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    1½ ton 6 X 6 with 2 men from 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    6 men and a ¼ ton trailer from 1106 Engineer Group.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from Headquarters and Service Company, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.


    UNCLE RED.
    The following craft are numbered out of sequence but are scheduled to land at H+175 Minutes.

    Serial 398 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2272) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Troop ‘B’, 4 Cavalry Squadron.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Troop ‘B’, 4 Cavalry Squadron.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Troop ‘B’, 4 Cavalry Squadron.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Troop ‘B’, 4 Cavalry Squadron.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Troop ‘B’, 4 Cavalry Squadron.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Troop ‘B’, 4 Cavalry Squadron.
    Armoured Car M8 from Troop ‘B’, 4 Cavalry Squadron.
    Armoured Car M8 from Troop ‘B’, 4 Cavalry Squadron.
    Armoured Car M8 from Troop ‘B’, 4 Cavalry Squadron.
    Halftrack M3 and 1ton trailer from Troop ‘B’, 4 Cavalry Squadron.
    32 men from Troop ‘B’, 4 Cavalry Squadron.
    Halftrack M3 from Headquarters 2 Parachute Infantry Brigade.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters 2 Parachute Infantry Brigade.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters 2 Parachute Infantry Brigade.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters 2 Parachute Infantry Brigade.
    12 men ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters 2 Parachute Infantry Brigade.

    Serial 399 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2130) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 400 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2438) carrying.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 359 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 199 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2004) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    R4 Dozer with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    14 men from Company ‘C’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and ¼ ton trailer with 3 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Air Compressor with 2 men from HQ and Service Company, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    1½ ton with 2 men from Medical Detachment 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    5 men from Medical Detachment 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.

    Serial 200 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2423) carrying:
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    Halftrack M3A1 with 4 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    13 men from Company ‘C’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance and ¼ ton trailer with 3 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    D7 Dozer with 2 men from Headquarters and Service Company, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from Headquarters and Service Company, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    4 men from Medical Detachment 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.

    Serial 201 is a LCT(5) (LCT 3627) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Air Compressor with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    R4 Dozer with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    44 men from Company ‘B’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    1½ ton 6 X 6 with 2 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and ¼ ton trailer with 2 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    6 men from 1106 Engineer Group.

    Serial 202 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2429) carrying:
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Air Compressor with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    43 men from Company ‘B’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance with 3 men from 592 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and ¼ ton trailer with 2 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    6 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    D7 Dozer with 2 men from 612 Engineer Light Equipment Company.

    Serial 203 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2004) carrying:
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    43 men from Company ‘B’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and ¼ ton trailer with 2 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    7 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    D4 Dozer with 2 men from 612 Engineer Light Equipment Company.


    Mike
     
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    FIELD ARTILLERY.



    An armoured field artillery battalion had three batteries each with six self propelled 105mm guns. Thus a battalion had eighteen guns.


    A towed field artillery battalion had four batteries, one of four 155mm howitzers and three each with four 105mm. Thus this battalion had only twelve 105mm guns.



    Since Utah was allocated extra LCTs it was possible to land self propelled guns to support the assault troops. 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion was already equipped with M7 self propelled 105mm howitzers. 29 and 42 Field Artillery Battalions were brought up to a similar standard of equipment, although the 155mm batteries were not converted and did not land on D Day.


    ARMOURED FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION.

    Battalion Headquarters.
    4 X ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep.
    M3 Halftrack.


    Headquarters Battery.
    Headquarters Section.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep.

    AM&S.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer.

    Maintenance Section.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep.
    M3 Halftrack with 1 ton trailer.

    Observation, Reconnaissance and Liaison Platoon.
    Liaison Section.
    M3 Halftrack.

    Reconnaissance Section.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep.
    M3 Halftrack.

    Forward Observation Section.
    3 X M4 Sherman tank.

    Operations Platoon.
    Operations and Fire Direction Section.
    3 X M3 Halftrack.

    Communications Section.
    2 X ¾ ton Weapons Carrier.
    M3 Halftrack.

    Executive Section.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and ¼ ton trailer.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier.
    M3 Halftrack.
    2 X L5 Light Aircraft.

    3 X Field Artillery Battery.
    Battery Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep.
    M3 Halftrack

    AM&S.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer.

    Maintenance Section.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep.
    M3 Halftrack with 1 ton trailer.

    Firing Battery.
    Reconnaissance Section.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep.
    M3 Halftrack.

    Ammunition Section.
    2 X M3 Haltracks and M10 ammunition trailers.

    Fire Control Section.
    2 X M3 Halftracks.
    6 X Howitzer Section each:
    M7 Self Propelled 105mm Howitzer and M10 ammunition trailer.

    Service Battery.
    Battery Headquarters.
    Headquarters Section.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep.

    AM&S Section.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer.

    Maintenance Section.
    ¼ ton Jeep.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer.

    Battalion Administration and Personnel Section.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer.

    Battalion Maintenance Platoon.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep.
    2 X 2½ ton 6 X 6 and 1 ton trailer.
    6 ton Heavy Wrecker.
    2 X M32 ARV.

    Battalion Supply and Transportation Platoon
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep.
    2 X ¾ ton Weapons Carrier.
    16 X 2½ ton 6 X 6.
    7 X 1ton trailer.
    9 X M10 ammunition trailer.

    AM&S. Acquisition Management and Support. Supply.


    On landing the self propelled field artillery established a Gun Area between the beach and the inundated areas just inland. From here they could answer fire calls from both 4 Division units and Airborne units further inland.

    The M7 Self Propelled 105mm was a simple but successful mating of the M2A1 105mm Howitzer and the chassis of the M3 Medium Tank. The mounting was similar to that of the towed howitzer in that the gun was mounted on a truncated split trail to spread the recoil. Range was 12,200 yards.

    Mike
     
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    THE FOURTH HOUR.

    H+200 MINUTES.
    0950.


    TARE GREEN.
    Serial 204 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2302) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    44 men from Company ‘C’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    4 men from Medical Detachment 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.

    Serial 205 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2074) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion
    43 men from Company ‘C’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.

    Serial 206 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2011) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    43 men from Company ‘C’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from HQ and Service Company, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from HQ and Service Company, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 2 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    5 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    D7 Dozer with 2 men from 612 Engineer Light Equipment Company.

    Serial 207 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2069) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    42 men from Company ‘A’, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 with 3 men from 612 Engineer Light Equipment Company.
    Grader, Diesel, with 2 men from 612 Engineer Light Equipment Company.

    Serial 208 is a LCT(6) (LCT 580) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    D7 Tractor with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    D7 Tractor with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    Grader, Diesel, with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    Grader, Diesel, with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    40 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.

    Serial 209 is a LCT(6) (LCT 583) carrying:
    ¾ ton Ambulance with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Medical Battalion
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and ¼ ton trailer with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and ¼ ton trailer with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and ¼ ton trailer with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Medical Battalion.

    Serial 210 is a LCT(6) (LCT 811) carrying:
    ¾ ton Ambulance with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and ¼ ton trailer with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and ¼ ton trailer with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and ¼ ton trailer with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Medical Battalion.


    UNCLE RED.
    Serial 211 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2138) carrying:
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    43 men from Company ‘C’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    Crane with 1 man from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Service Company 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 2 men from Headquarters and Service Company 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    3 men from Medical Detachment 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.

    Serial 212 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2188) carrying:
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    D4 Dozer with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    44 men from Company ‘A’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 2 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 2 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    4 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    Grader, Diesel, with 2 men from 612 Engineer Light Equipment Company.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.

    Serial 213 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2498) carrying:
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    23 men from Company ‘A’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Service Company 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    11 men from Headquarters and Service Company 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    Crane with 1 man from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 2 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    10 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    3 men from Medical Detachment 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.

    Serial 214 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2437) carrying:
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 2 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    4 men from 1106 Engineer Group.
    D7 Dozer with 2 men from Headquarters and Service Company, 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Bridge Truck with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton Dump Truck with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    45 men from Company ‘A’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.


    H+210 MINUTES.
    1000.


    TARE GREEN.
    A group of LCI(L) land troops of 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 215 is a LCH (LCI 530) carrying:
    65 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    15 men from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    5 men from Cannon Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    5 men from Antitank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    Note: This craft will not beach. Troops will be ferried ashore.

    Serial 216 is a LCI(L) (LCI 323) carrying:
    177 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    16 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Battery ‘A’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 217 is a LCI(L) (LCI 320) carrying:
    177 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    16 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Battery ‘A’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 218 is a LCI(L) (LCI 321) carrying:
    84 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    65 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    32 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    14 men from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    5 men from Shore Fire Control Party.

    Serial 219 is a LCI(L) (LCI 319) carrying:
    94 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    33 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    43 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    11 men from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    7 men from Shore Fire Control Party.
    4 men from Battery ‘A’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    5 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    1 men from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from Cannon Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 220 is a LCI(L) (LCI 322) carrying:
    34 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    57 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    20 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    30 men from Cannon Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    30 men from Antitank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 221 is a LCH (LCI 10).
    This is a USN headquarters craft. No army personnel are carried.


    UNCLE RED.
    A group of LCI(L) land troops of 22 Infantry Regiment. These craft will not beach. Troops will be ferried ashore.

    Serial 222 is a LCI(L) (LCI 218) carrying:
    172 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    18 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    6 men from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Battery ‘B’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 223 is a LCI(L) (LCI 217) carrying:
    171 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    16 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    6 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Battery ‘B’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 224 is a LCI(L) (LCI 11) carrying:
    88 men from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    32 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    60 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    8 men from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    7 men from Shore Fire Control Party.
    4 men from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 225 is a LCI(L) (LCI 229) carrying:
    88 men from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    40 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    52 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    18 men from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    6 men from Shore Fire Control Party.
    1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.


    22 INFANTRY REGIMENT.

    D Day.
    3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment, landed at H+75 minutes from LCVPs. They landed as a formed unit and quickly moved inland over the sea wall and moved north along the coast to destroy fortified positions.

    1 and 2 Battalions, 22 Infantry Regiment landed from LCI(L)s. They moved inland across the sea wall and flooded areas. They then moved to the north west to attack the strongpoints at Crisbecq and Azeville. They were then to secure the high ground south west of Quineville. They did not reach their intended position before nightfall on D Day.

    D+1.
    3 Battalion continued the attack on beach strongpoints. 2 Battalion moved forward and attacked the strongpoint north of Azeville. 1 Battalion moved forward through Ravenoville and St Marcouf and then attacked the strongpoint near Crisbecq.

    In the afternoon 1 Battalion and 2 Battalion were pushed back by German counterattacks.

    D+2.
    1 Battalion and 2 Battalion attacked the strongpoints at Azeville and Crisbecq but were unsuccessful. 3 Battalion continued reducing beach strongpoints and in the late afternoon moved into Regimental Reserve and secured the areas already taken.

    D+3.
    It was decided to contain the enemy at Crisbecq using a company from 1 Battalion and a company from 899 Tank Destroyer Battalion. The remainder of the regiment attacked at 1800 after 3 Battalion had seized Azeville and the nearby strongpoint.


    H+220 MINUTES.

    TARE GREEN.
    Serial 226 is a LCT(6) (LCT 525) carrying:
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘C’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘C’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘C’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘C’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and ¼ ton trailer from Battery ‘C’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘C’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘C’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    56 men from Battery ‘C’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 227 is a LCT(6) (LCT 526) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheelbase from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    28 men from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheelbase and M10 trailer from Service Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheelbase and M10 trailer from Service Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    33 men from Service Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 228 is a LCT(6) (LCT 534) carrying:
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘B’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘B’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘B’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘B’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and ¼ ton trailer from Battery ‘B’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘B’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘B’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    56 men from Battery ‘B’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 229 is a LCT(6) (LCT 532) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 1 man. Naval Gunfire Officer.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion. Tows M10 trailer from Service Battery.
    43 men from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheelbase and M10 trailer from Service Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheelbase and M10 trailer from Service Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    17 men from Service Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 230 is a LCT(6) (LCT 533) carrying:
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘A’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘A’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘A’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘A’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and ¼ ton trailer from Battery ‘A’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘A’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘A’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    56 men from Battery ‘A’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.


    UNCLE RED.
    Serial 233 is a LCT(6) (LCT 601) carrying:
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘A’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘A’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘A’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘A’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘A’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘A’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    62 men from Battery ‘A’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 234 is a LCT(6) (LCT 599) carrying:
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘B’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘B’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘B’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘B’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘B’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘B’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    62 men from Battery ‘B’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 235 is a LCT(6) (LCT 603) carrying:
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from Headquarters Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from Headquarters Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base from Headquarters Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    50 men from Headquarters Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base from Service Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    6 men from Service Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base from Battery ‘A’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘A’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    8 men from Battery ‘A’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 236 is a LCT(6) (LCT 598) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 1ton trailer from Headquarters Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from Headquarters Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Headquarters Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    50 men from Headquarters Battery 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base from Battery ‘B’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘B’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    8 men from Battery ‘B’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base from Battery ‘C’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘C’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    8 men from Battery ‘C’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 237 is a LCT(6) (LCT 600) carrying:
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘C’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 with M10 ammunition trailer from Battery ‘C’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘C’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    105mm Self Propelled Howitzer M7 from Battery ‘C’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘C’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘C’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    62 men from Battery ‘C’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 238 is a LCT(5) (LCT 3) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Battery 4 Division Artillery.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery 4 Division Artillery.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery 4 Division Artillery.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery 4 Division Artillery.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters Battery 4 Division Artillery.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Headquarters Battery 4 Division Artillery.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery 4 Division Artillery.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery 4 Division Artillery.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery 4 Division Artillery.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery 4 Division Artillery.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery 4 Division Artillery.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery 4 Division Artillery.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery 4 Division Artillery.
    55 men from Headquarters Battery 4 Division Artillery.
    Halftrack M3A1 from 6 Armoured Group.
    Halftrack M3A1 from 6 Armoured Group.
    14 men from 6 Armoured Group.

    Serial 239 is a LCVP.
    This craft was placed at the disposal of the Commanding General 4 Division Artillery. It accompanied LCT 238 and was to carry personnel as determined by the Commanding General 4 Division Artillery and landing at a time and place decided by him.


    H+240 MINUTES.

    TARE GREEN.

    A group of five LCI(L) land. Four carry 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment. The fifth carries the Headquarters of 1 Engineer Special Brigade and Headquarters of its constituent units.

    Serial 240 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 525) carrying
    178 men from Company ‘A’, I Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    15 men from Headquarters I Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Medical Section I Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Battery ‘A’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 241 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 324) carrying:
    178 men from Company ‘B’, I Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Medical Section I Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Battery ‘A’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    6 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 242 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 96) carrying:
    116 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), I Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    62 men from Headquarters I Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    21 men from Medical Section I Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    12 men from Shore Fire Control Party.
    1 man from Company ‘B’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 243 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 523) carrying:
    176 men from Company ‘C’, I Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    11 men from Headquarters I Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Medical Section I Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Headquarters Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.


    Serial 244 is free to land at a time decided by Officer Commanding, 1 Engineer Special Brigade.

    Serial 244 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 515) carrying:
    13 men from 3707 Quartermaster Service Company.
    36 men from Headquarters 1 Engineer Special Brigade.
    58 men from 286 Joint Assault Signal Company.
    12 men from 449 MP Company.
    10 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 24 Transportation Corps Battalion.
    10 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 306 Quartermaster Battalion.
    12 men from 38 Engineer General Service Regiment.
    10 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment 101 Ordnance Battalion.
    2 men from Detachment ‘E’, 165 Signal Photographic Company.
    10 men from Headquarters 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.

    Serial 245 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 513) carrying:
    68 men from Company ‘C’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    16 men from Headquarters 1 Engineer Special Brigade.
    25 men from 286 Joint Assault Signal Company.
    16 men from 2 Surgical Teams, 3 Auxiliary Group.
    58 men from 4114 Quartermaster Service Company.
    6 men from 3939 Quartermaster Roadhead Company.
    6 men from 556 Quartermaster Roadhead Company.

    Serial 246 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 514) carrying
    118 men from Company ‘E’, 531 Engineer Regiment.
    45 men from Company ‘C’, 2 Navy Beach Battalion.
    11 men from 2 Platoon, 449 MP Company
    10 men from 2 Platoon, 33 Chemical Company.
    10 men from 286 Joint Assault Signal Company.
    6 men from Medical Detachment, Company ‘E’, 531 Engineer Regiment
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Company.

    Serial 247 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 517) carrying:
    50 men from Company ‘D’, 531 Engineer Regiment.
    16 men from Company ‘C’, 2 Navy Beach Battalion.
    11 men from 2 Platoon, 449 MP Company.
    10 men from 2 Platoon, 33 Chemical Company.
    6 men from Medical Detachment, Company ‘D’, 531 Engineer Regiment
    18 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion Engineer Shore Regimen
    22 men from 286 Joint Assault Signal Company.
    7 men from Headquarters Company ‘C’, 2 Naval Beach Battalion.
    15 men from 625 Ordnance Ammunition Company
    44 men from Company ‘F’, 531 Engineer Regiment.

    UNCLE RED.
    Serial 248 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 215) carrying:
    50 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Regiment.
    16 men from Company ‘B’, 2 Navy Beach Battalion.
    11 men from 1 Platoon, 449 MP Company.
    10 men from 1 Platoon, 33 Chemical Company.
    6 men from Medical Detachment, Company ‘C’, 531 Engineer Regiment.
    18 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion Engineer Shore Regiment
    22 men from 286 Joint Assault Signal Company.
    7 men from Headquarters Company ‘B’, 2 Naval Beach Battalion.
    16 men from 625 Ordnance Ammunition Company
    44 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Regiment.

    Serial 249 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 213) carrying:
    118 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Regiment.
    16 men from Company ‘B’, 2 Navy Beach Battalion
    11 men from 1 Platoon, 449 MP Company.
    10 men from 1 Platoon, 33 Chemical Company.
    6 men from Medical Detachment, Company ‘B’, 531 Engineer Regiment.
    18 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion Engineer Shore Regiment
    10 men from 286 Joint Assault Signal Company.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Company.

    Serial 250 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 211) carrying:
    69 men from Company ‘A’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    37 men from Headquarters 531 Engineer Battalion.
    16 men from two surgical teams, 3 Auxiliary Group.
    58 men from 3207 Quartermaster Service Company.
    6 men from 3939 Quartermaster Gas Supply Company.
    6 men from 556 Quartermaster Roadhead Company.
    4 men from 286 Joint Assault Signal Company.
    2 men from Headquarters 2 Navy Beach Battalion.
    2 men from Detachment ‘E’, 165 Signals Photographic Company


    3 LCI(L) land 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 251 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 219) carrying:
    178 men from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from 2 Battalion Medical Section, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Headquarters Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    14 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 252 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 232) carrying:
    114 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    52 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    21 men from 2 Battalion Medical Section, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    12 men from Naval Shore Fore Control Party.
    1 man from Company ‘B’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 253 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 212) carrying:
    114 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment
    15 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from 2 Battalion Medical Section, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Headquarters Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 254 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 216) carrying:
    178 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    11 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from 2 Battalion Medical Section, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Battery ‘B’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 255 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 214) carrying:
    18 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    6 men from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    18 men from Regimental Section, Medical Detachment, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    10 men from Cannon Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    45 men from Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Headquarters Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2 men from Prisoner of War Interrogation Team.
    54 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    25 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.




    12 Infantry Regiment.

    12 Infantry Regiment lands as a formed unit at H+240 Minutes.

    1 Battalion with Company ‘A’, Company ‘B’, Company ‘C’ and Company ‘D’ (Weapons), lands on Tare Green.

    2 Battalion with Company ‘E’, Company ‘F’, Company ‘G’ and Company ‘H’ (Weapons), lands on Uncle Red.

    Since they are landing from LCI they are landing without vehicles. These will land shortly afterwards together with organic support weapons.

    3 Battalion with Company ‘I’, Company ‘K’, Company ‘L’ and Company ‘M’ (Weapons), lands on Tare Green from LCI(L) at H+250 minutes.

    Vehicles land on Tare Green from LCT(4) at H+320 minutes.


    APPROXIMATELY H+240 MINUTES.

    These craft have no serial and are LCT(6) Special which have returned to the Transport Area for a second load. It could not be predicted which of the craft would be available.

    TARE GREEN.
    LCT(6) Special from APA Dickman carrying:
    M29 Weasel and 1 man from 87 Chemical Battalion.
    M29 Weasel and 1 man from 87 Chemical Battalion.
    33 men from Anti Tank Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    33 men from Cannon Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    LCT(6) Special from APA Dickman carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 1 man from 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 1 man from 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton Jeep and a ¼ ton trailer with 3 men from 81 AA/AT Battalion.
    ¼ ton Jeep and a ¼ ton trailer with 3 men from 81 AA/AT Battalion.
    88 men from 81 AA/AT Battalion.
    16 men from 11 AA Group Headquarters.
    14 men from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment
    84 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.


    UNCLE RED.
    LCT(6) Special from APA Barnett carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 1 man from 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 1 man from 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton Jeep and a ¼ ton trailer with 3 men from 81 AA/AT Battalion.
    ¼ ton Jeep and a ¼ ton trailer with 3 men from 81 AA/AT Battalion.

    LCT(6) Special from APA Barnett carrying:
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion


    TARE GREEN.
    LCT(6) Special from APA Bayfield carrying:
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion
    M29 Weasel with I man from 87 Chemical Battalion


    Mike.
     
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    Trux 21 AG Patron

    THE FIFTH HOUR.

    H+250 MINUTES.
    1040.


    TARE GREEN.
    Serial 256 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 522) carrying:
    178 men from Company ‘K’, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    11 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from 3 Battalion Medical Section, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Battery ‘C’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 257 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 516) carrying:
    178 men from Company ‘L’, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    15 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from 3 Battalion Medical Section, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Battery ‘C’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 258 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 521) carrying:
    114 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    52 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    18 men from 3 Battalion Medical Section, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    12 men from Shore Fire Control Party.
    1 man from Company ‘B’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 259 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 523) carrying:
    178 men from Company ‘I’, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from 3 Battalion Medical Section, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Battery ‘C’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    6 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Service Company. 12 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    UNCLE RED.
    Serial 260 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 5) carrying:
    149 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    25 men from Medical Detachment, 1 Battalion, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    26 men from Anti Tank Platoon, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 261 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 4) carrying:
    150 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    50 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 262 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 3) carrying:
    150 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    50 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 263 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 8) carrying:
    53 men from 326 Airborne Medical Company.
    50 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 101 Airborne Division.
    79 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.


    H+260 MINUTES.
    1050.


    TARE GREEN.
    Serial 268x is a LCT(5) (LCT 2186) carrying:
    2½ ton Short Wheel Base with M10 trailer and 2 men from Battery ‘A’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton Short Wheel Base with M10 trailer and 2 men from Battery ‘A’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton Short Wheel Base with M10 trailer and 2 men from Battery ‘B’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton Short Wheel Base with M10 trailer and 2 men from Battery ‘B’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton Short Wheel Base with M10 trailer and 2 men from Battery ‘C’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton Short Wheel Base with M10 trailer and 2 men from Battery ‘C’, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton Short Wheel Base with M10 trailer and 2 men from Service Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 269x is a LCT(5) (LCT 2073) carrying:
    2½ ton Short Wheel Base and 2 men from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton Short Wheel Base and 2 men from Battery ‘A’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton Short Wheel Base and 3 men from Battery ‘B’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton Short Wheel Base and 2 men from Battery ‘B’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton Short Wheel Base and 3 men from Battery ‘C’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton Short Wheel Base and 2 men from Battery ‘C’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 3 men from Service Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    1 ton trailer.
    1 ton trailer
    M10 ammunition trailer.
    M10 ammunition trailer.
    M10 ammunition trailer.
    M10 ammunition trailer.
    It is not clear which vehicles towed which trailers.
    Note: X = Contingent craft.

    Serial 264 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2427) carrying:
    M15 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 1 Platoon, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M15 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 1 Platoon, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M15 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 1 Platoon, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M15 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 1 Platoon, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M15 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 1 Platoon, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M16 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 1 Platoon, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M16 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 1 Platoon, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M16 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 1 Platoon, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M16 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 1 Platoon, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M2 Halftrack from Headquarters, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    68 men from Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    1.6 tons of ammunition for use afloat.

    Serial 265 is a LCT(6) (LCT 515) carrying:
    M15 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M15 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M15 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M16 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M16 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M16 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M16 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M16 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M2 Halftrack from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M2 Halftrack from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    51 men from Battery ‘A’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    1.6 tons of ammunition for use afloat.

    Serial 266 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2485) carrying:
    M15 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 1 Platoon, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M15 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 1 Platoon, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M15 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 1 Platoon, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M15 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 1 Platoon, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M15 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 1 Platoon, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M16 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 1 Platoon, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M16 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 1 Platoon, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M16 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 1 Platoon, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M16 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 1 Platoon, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M2 Halftrack from Headquarters, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    68 men from Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    1.6 tons of ammunition for use afloat.

    Serial 267 is a LCT(6) (LCT 517) carrying:
    M15 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M15 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M15 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M16 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M16 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M16 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M16 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M16 Halftrack (Gun Motor Carriage) from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M2 Halftrack from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    M2 Halftrack from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 2 Platoon, Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    51 men from Battery ‘B’, 474 AA Automatic Weapon Battalion.
    1.6 tons of ammunition for use afloat.

    An Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (self propelled) had batteries of sixteen self propelled AA guns mounted on halftracks. It was usual for eight of these to be M15 with a 37mm gun and two .5” machine guns and eight to be M16 with quadruple .5” machine guns. A battalion had four companies.

    On D Day the intention was to land guns across the whole breadth of the beach, with some near the high water mark and some further inland. This would give a good cover of the area until heavier weapons landed. The M16 with its four .5" machine guns was deadly against low flying aircraft.


    H+260 MINUTES.
    1050.


    TARE GREEN.
    Serial 270 is a LCT(6) (LCT 519) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters 1 Engineer Special Brigade.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Headquarters 1 Engineer Special Brigade.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 1 man from 286 Joint Assault Signals Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 286 Joint Assault Signals Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with water trailer and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    34 men from Company ‘C’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 449 MP Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Company ‘C’, 2 Naval Beach Battalion.
    21 men from 4144 Quartermaster Service Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 286 Joint Assault Signals Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 1 man from 286 Joint Assault Signals Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.

    Serial 271 is a LCT(6) (LCT 520) carrying:
    Caterpillar D7 Dozer with Athey Trailer and 2 men from Company ‘E’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Caterpillar D7 Dozer with Athey Trailer and 2 men from Company ‘E’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Caterpillar D7 Dozer with Athey Trailer and 2 men from Company ‘E’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    International TD18 Tractor and 2 men from Company ‘E’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Beach Sled from Company ‘E’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Beach Sled from Company ‘E’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Beach Sled from Company ‘E’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘E’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘C’, 2 Naval Beach Battalion.
    Beach Sled from Company ‘C’, 2 Naval Beach Battalion.
    6 men from 4144 Quartermaster Service Company.

    Note: Athey Trailers and Beach Sleds are loaded with engineer stores and equipment, mainly beach trackway material. It is assumed that the dozers and tractors tow sleds ashore and leave them at the high water mark.

    Serial 272x is a LCT(6) (LCT 518) carrying:
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Amphibious Truck Company.
    X = Contingent craft.


    UNCLE RED.
    Serial 273 is a LCT(6) (LCT 766) carrying:
    Caterpillar D7 Dozer with Athey Trailer and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Caterpillar D7 Dozer with Athey Trailer and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Caterpillar D7 Dozer with Athey Trailer and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    International TD18 Tractor and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Beach Sled from Company ‘B’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Beach Sled from Company ‘B’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Beach Sled from Company ‘B’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘B’, 2 Naval Beach Battalion.
    Beach Sled from Company ‘B’, 2 Naval Beach Battalion.
    6 men from 4144 Quartermaster Service Company.

    Serial 274 is a LCT(6) (LCT 663) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters 1 Engineer Special Brigade.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with water trailer and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    34 men from Company ‘A’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 449 MP Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Company ‘D’, 2 Naval Beach Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Headquarters and Service Company, 531 Engineer Shore regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters and Service Company, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    14 men from 3207 Quartermaster Service Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 286 Joint Assault Signals Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 1 man from 286 Joint Assault Signals Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.

    Serial 275x is a LCT(6) (LCT 777) carrying:
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.

    Serial 276x is a LCT(5) (LCT 2484) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    15 men from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    M4 tank from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    8 men from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 3 men from Battery ‘A’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 5 men from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 5 men from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 277x is a LCT(5) (LCT 2421) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Headquarters Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Headquarters Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base and 2 men from Headquarters Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base with M10 trailer and 2 men from Service Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Service Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 1 ton trailer and 4 men from Service Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base with M10 trailer and 3 men from Battery ‘A’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base with M10 trailer and 3 men from Battery ‘B’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base with M10 trailer and 3 men from Battery ‘C’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 278 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2135) carrying:
    M8 Armoured Car and 4 men from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    M8 Armoured Car and 4 men from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    M8 Armoured Car and 4 men from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    M8 Armoured Car and 4 men from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    M8 Armoured Car and 4 men from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    M8 Armoured Car and 4 men from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    42 men from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    M5 Tank and 4 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.

    Serial 279 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2424) carrying:
    M3 Halftrack with 1 ton trailer from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    M3 Halftrack from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    35 men from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    M5 Tank and 4 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M5 Tank and 4 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M5 Tank and 4 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M5 Tank and 4 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M5 Tank and 4 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M5 Tank and 4 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M5 Tank and 4 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.

    Serial 280 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2040) carrying:
    M8 Armoured Car and 4 men from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    M8 Armoured Car and 4 men from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    M8 Armoured Car and 4 men from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    M8 Armoured Car and 4 men from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    M8 Armoured Car and 4 men from 4 Reconnaissance Troop.
    M5 Tank and 4 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M5 Tank and 4 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M5 Tank and 4 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M5 Tank and 4 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M5 Tank and 4 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M5 Tank and 4 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M5 Tank and 4 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M5 Tank and 4 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M5 Tank and 4 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.


    H+280 MINUTES.
    1110.


    TARE GREEN.
    Serial 281 is a LCT(5) (LCT 447) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    22 men vehicle crews from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    5 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 105mm Howitzer and 7 men from Cannon Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 105mm Howitzer and 7 men from Cannon Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 105mm Howitzer and 7 men from Cannon Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance and 3 men from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance and 3 men from 4 Signal Company.
    2 men from Prisoner of War Interrogation Team.
    2 men from French Interpretation Team.

    This craft is free to land at a time to be decided by the Commanding Officer 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 282 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2053) carrying:
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm AT gun and 3 men from AT Company, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm AT gun and 3 men from AT Company, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm AT gun and 3 men from AT Company, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from AT Company, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    20 men from AT Company, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘I’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘K’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘L’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Shore Fire Control Party.

    Serial 283 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2261) carrying:
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm AT gun and 3 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    HalftrackM2 with 57mm AT gun and 3 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm AT gun and 3 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    24 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 3 men from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 3 men from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Shore Fire Control Party.

    Serial 284 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2045) carrying:
    Halftrack M2 with 105mm Howitzer from Cannon Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 105mm Howitzer from Cannon Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 105mm Howitzer from Cannon Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Cannon Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Cannon Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Cannon Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    24 men from Cannon Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    23 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton Ambulance and two men from Company ‘C’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    2 men from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 285 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2440) carrying:
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm AT gun from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm AT gun from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm AT gun from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    38 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    9 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with and 1 man from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 3 men from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 3 men from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Shore Fire Control Party.

    Serial 286 is a LCT(5) (LCT 3628) carrying:
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Anti Tank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    55 men from Anti Tank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and trailer with ¼ ton trailer from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and trailer with ¼ ton trailer from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and trailer with ¼ ton trailer from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    11 men from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    1 man from Photographic Team. Carried in 2½ ton truck above.

    Serial 287 is a LCT(6) (LCT 585) carrying:
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 from Anti Tank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Anti Tank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Anti Tank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 1 ton trailer from Anti Tank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    57 men from Anti Tank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 8 men from 4 Signal Company.

    The following two craft are free to land at a place and time decided by the Commanding Officer, 4 Division.

    Serial 288 is a LCT(6) (LCT 584) carrying
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from Commanding Officers party, 4 Division.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from Commanding Officers party, 4 Division.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from Commanding Officers party, 4 Division.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from Commanding Officers party, 4 Division.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 1 ton trailer from Commanding Officers party, 4 Division.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Commanding Officers party, 4 Division.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Commanding Officers party, 4 Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Commanding Officers party, 4 Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Commanding Officers party, 4 Division
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Commanding Officers party, 4 Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Commanding Officers party, 4 Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Commanding Officers party, 4 Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Commanding Officers party, 4 Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Commanding Officers party, 4 Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Commanding Officers party, 4 Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Commanding Officers party, 4 Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Commanding Officers party, 4 Division.
    75 men from Commanding Officers party, 4 Division.

    Serial 289 is a LCVP carrying:
    M29 Weasel and 1 man from USS Bayfield.
    This craft attached to Serial 288.



    UNCLE RED.
    Free to land at a time to be decided by Commanding Officer 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 290 is a LCT(6) (LCT 2363) carrying:
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance and 3 men from 4 Signal Company.
    M29 Weasel and 3 men from 87 Chemical Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 70 Tank Battalion.
    M2 Halftrack from 8 ASC Headquarters Squadron.
    ¼ ton Jeep from 8 ASC Headquarters Squadron.
    8 men from 8 ASC Headquarters Squadron.
    8 men from 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    M2 Halftrack from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    23 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    R4 dozer and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun and 7 men from Anti Tank Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    8 men from Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment. S4 (Supply).

    Serial 291 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2131) carrying:
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    33 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Medical Detachment, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel with 2 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel with 2 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel with 2 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 292 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2055) carrying:
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    33 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Medical Detachment, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel with 2 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel with 2 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel with 2 men from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 293 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2303) carrying:
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    34 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Medical Detachment, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from Company ‘I’, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from Company ‘K’, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 2 men from Company ‘L’, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Shore Fire Control Party.

    Serial 294 is a LCT(5) (LCT 2046) carrying:
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    62 men from Anti Tank Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 295 is a LCT(5) (LCT 476) carrying:
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from Company ‘A ’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    13 men from Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    30 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment. 14 on vehicles. 16 marching.
    R4 Bulldozer and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 237 Combat Engineer Battalion.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun and 10 men from Anti Tank Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment. 1 Officer. 2 EM.
    10 men from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment. 3 Officers. 7 EM.

    Serial 296 is a LCT(5) (LCT 662) carrying:
    M2 Halftrack with 105mm Howitzer from Cannon Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 105mm Howitzer from Cannon Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 105mm Howitzer from Cannon Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 105mm Howitzer from Cannon Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 105mm Howitzer from Cannon Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 105mm Howitzer from Cannon Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    59 men from Cannon Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Cannon Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Cannon Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Cannon Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Cannon Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Prisoner of War Interrogation Team Number 34.
    3 men from Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.


    H+300 MINUTES.
    1130.


    TARE GREEN.

    Each of the following four LCT(4) had also carried 26 men from 299 Engineer Combat Battalion. These had been landed at H+7 minutes from a LCM(3) which each of the LCT(4) had towed as far as the Transport Area.

    Serial 297 was a British LCT(4) (LCT 512) carrying:
    M4 Tank from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M7(?) Tank from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M7(?) Tank from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M7(?) Tank from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M7(?) Tank from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M3 Halftrack from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    44 men from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.

    Note:
    M7 tank.
    There was a M7 tank but it never entered service. It was intended that the assault gun platoon in Headquarters Company should be equipped with M4 105mm tanks. 746 Tank Battalion did not receive these until July. As a stop gap some units had M7 SP 105mm guns. However 746 Tank Battalion had normal M4 tanks in place of 105mm armed versions both in the assault gun platoon and one in each company and battalion headquarters. In later posts all references to M7 tanks will be changed to M4.

    Serial 298 was a British LCT(4) (LCT 837) carrying:
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M3 Halftrack and 6 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.

    Serial 299 was a British LCT(4) (LCT 976) carrying:
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.

    Serial 300 was a British LCT(4) (LCT 646) carrying:
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.

    The following craft is numbered out of sequence.

    Serial 231 was a British LCT(4) (LCT 997) carrying:
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 105mm Tank and 5 men from Company ‘A’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 105mm Tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 105mm Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Wrecker M1 from Service Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Wrecker T2 from Service Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    9 men from Service Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M5 Tank and 4 men from Headquarters Company, 6 Armoured Group.

    Note:
    M4 105mm tanks were not available and were replaced by normal M4 tanks.

    Serial 301 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 793) carrying:
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Truck and 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Truck and 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    6 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    16 ton trailer from Headquarters and Service Company, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    Welding trailer from Headquarters and Service Company, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from 612 Engineer Light Equipment Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Emergency Repair Truck and 4 men from 612 Engineer Light Equipment Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.

    Note:
    The trailers from 238 Engineer Combat Battalion are not accompanied by other vehicles or personnel from the unit. It appears from the table that the welding trailer is carried on the 16 ton trailer and it is assumed that it will be towed ashore by the 2½ ton Dump Truck from 582 Company.


    UNCLE RED.
    Serial 302 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 794) carrying
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    6 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Truck and 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Truck and 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Truck and 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.

    Serial 303 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 975) carrying
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with water trailer and 2 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    6 men from 582 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    6 ton 6 X 6 Treadway Truck and 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    M1 Wrecker and 2 men from 991 Engineer Treadway Bridge Company.
    16 ton trailer from Headquarters and Service Company, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    Welding trailer from Headquarters and Service Company, 238 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Company ‘A’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    19 men from Company ‘A’, 49 Engineer Combat Battalion.

    The following craft is numbered out of sequence.

    Serial 232 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 833) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Headquarters Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Headquarters Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Headquarters Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with M8 ammunition trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with M8 ammunition trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with M8 ammunition trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with M8 ammunition trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with M8 ammunition trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M3 A1 Halftrack with 6 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M8 Armoured Car and 4 men from Headquarters VII Corps.


    Each of the following four LCT(4) had also carried 26 men from 237 Engineer Combat Battalion. These had been landed at H+7 minutes from a LCM(3) which each of the LCT(4) had towed as far as the Transport Area.

    Serial 304 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 797) carrying:
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M3 Halftrack and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.

    Serial 305 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 691) carrying:
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 746 Tank Battalion.

    Serial 306 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 836) carrying:
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M3 Halftrack and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.

    Serial 307 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 801) carrying:
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.

    Serial 308 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 824) carrying:
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 746 Tank Battalion.

    Serial 309 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 956) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with M10 trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with M10 trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with M10 trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with M10 trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with M10 trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with M10 trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with M10 trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    T5 (M32) Recovery Tank and 5 men from Service Company, 746 Tank Battalion.

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  11. Trux

    Trux 21 AG Patron

    THE SIXTH HOUR.

    D+ 320 MINUTES.
    1150.


    LCT(4)s land vehicles from:
    12 Infantry Regiment.
    44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    87 Chemical Battalion.

    The beach and the beach maintenance area are now operating and the vehicles can land from the craft, be directed to the appropriate beach exit and on to the transit areas and assembly areas.

    At the same time units of the Engineer Special Brigade are landing to further develop the Beach Maintenance Area.

    TARE GREEN.
    Serial 310 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 758) carrying:
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    15 men from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base with M10 trailer and 10 men from Battery ‘A’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base with M10 trailer and 10 men from Battery ‘A’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base with M10 trailer and 10 men from Battery ‘B’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base with M10 trailer and 10 men from Battery ‘B’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base with M10 trailer and 10 men from Battery ‘C’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base with M10 trailer and 10 men from Battery ‘C’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    10 ton Wrecker and 3 men from Service Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Service Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 311 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 974) carrying:
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 7 men from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 7 men from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 7 men from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Medical Detachment, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base with M10 trailer and 5 men from Service Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base with M10 trailer and 5 men from Service Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base with M10 trailer and 5 men from Service Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base with 1 ton trailer and 5 men from Service Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    10 ton Wrecker and 3 men from Service Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Service Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 312 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 795) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Headquarters and Service Company, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘G’, 3 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    D8 Dozer with Athey Trailer and 2 men from Company ‘G’, 3 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    D7 Dozer with Athey Trailer and 2 men from Company ‘G’, 3 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    D7 Dozer with Athey Trailer and 2 men from Company ‘G’, 3 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    TD18 Tractor and 2 men from Company ‘G’, 3 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Beach Sled from Company ‘G’, 3 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Beach Sled from Company ‘G’, 3 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Beach Sled from Company ‘G’, 3 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Heavy Beach Sled from Company ‘G’, 3 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    48 men from Company ‘G’, 3 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘H’, 3 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘I’, 3 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.

    Serial 313 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 996) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ to 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters and Service Company, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ to 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Company ‘C’, 2 Navy Beach Battalion.
    D7 Dozer with Athey Trailer and 2 men from Company ‘I’, 3 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    D7 Dozer with 2 Athey Trailers and 2 men from Company ‘I’, 3 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    15 men from Company ‘I’, 3 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    33 men from 414 Quartermaster Service Company.

    Serial 314 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 822) carrying:
    57mm Anti Tank Gun from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    57mm Anti Tank Gun from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    57mm Anti Tank Gun from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    57mm Anti Tank Gun from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    48 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    D4 Dozer from Company ‘D’, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘D’, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘D’, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘D’, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘D’, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘D’, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Crane, Truck Mounted, and 2 men from Company ‘D’, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    D4 Dozer from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    D4 Dozer from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.

    Serial 315 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 799) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    42 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Medical Section, 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Medical Section, 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Shore Fire Control Party.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 and 3 men from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 316 is a British LCT(4) (798) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    42 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Medical Section, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Medical Section, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Shore Fire Control Party.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 and 3 men from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 317 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 977) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    20 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 6 men (!) from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 4 men from Medical Detachment, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Cannon Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 105mm Howitzer from Cannon Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 105mm Howitzer from Cannon Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Cannon Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    28 men from Cannon Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance and 3 men from 4 Signal Company.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance and 2 men from Headquarters Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 318 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 920) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Cannon Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Cannon Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Cannon Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 105mm Howitzer from Cannon Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 105mm Howitzer from Cannon Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Cannon Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    28 men from Cannon Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    29 men from Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 3 men from Medical Detachment, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton Ambulance and 2 men from 4 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 5 men from 4 Signal Company.

    Serial 319 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 645) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    M2 Halftrack with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    50 men from Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from Medical Detachment, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    18 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.

    Serial 320 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 967) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm Anti Tank gun from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    42 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Medical Detachment, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Medical Detachment, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 and 3 men from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Shore Fire Control Party.

    Serial 321 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 796) carrying:
    Crane, Truck Mounted, and 2 men from Company ‘F’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Crane, Truck Mounted, and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 2 Navy Beach Battalion.
    49 men from 3207 Quartermaster Service Company.

    Serial 322 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 651) carrying:
    D4 Dozer and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Crane, Truck Mounted, and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    57mm Anti Tank Gun from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    57mm Anti Tank Gun from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    57mm Anti Tank Gun from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    57mm Anti Tank Gun from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    22 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    48 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 321 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    D4 Dozer and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    D4 Dozer and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.

    Serial 323 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 954) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 87 Chemical Battalion.

    Serial 324 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 966) carrying:
    ¾ ton Weapons carrier and 4 men from Headquarters Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel base with M10 Trailer and 6 men from Battery ‘A’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel base with M10 Trailer and 6 men from Battery ‘B’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel base with M10 Trailer and 6 men from Battery ‘C’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    10 ton Wrecker from Service Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Service Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel base with M10 Trailer from Service Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel base with M10 Trailer from Service Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel base with M10 Trailer from Service Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel base with M10 Trailer from Service Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton Trailer from Service Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    34 men from Service Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.

    Serial 325 is a British LCT(4) (LCT 965) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with M10 Trailer from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with M10 Trailer from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with M10 Trailer from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with M10 Trailer from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with M10 Trailer from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton Trailer from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton Trailer from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    10 ton Wrecker from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    33 men from Service Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    12 men from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    8 men from Battery ‘B’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    7 men from Battery ‘C’, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion.
    1 ton Trailer from Headquarters Battery, 65 Armoured Field Artillery Battalion. Towed by 2½ ton of Service Battery.

    Mike.
     
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    Trux 21 AG Patron

    SPARE CRAFT, STORES CRAFT and CRAFT ON CALL.

    A wave of LCTs arrive. Those listed as stores craft will beach and dry out. They carry ammunition and engineer stores and will act as a temporary dump from which units may draw. Spare Craft are held in reserve in order to meet last minute additions or to replace lost or damaged craft. Spare craft have a 'X' suffix which indicates a contingency craft.


    SPARE CRAFT.
    Serial 326x is a LCT(5) (LCT 2292).
    Spare Craft.

    Serial 327x is a LCT(5). (LCT 2226).
    Spare Craft.

    Serial 328x is a LCT(5). (LCT 2189).
    Spare Craft.

    Serial 329x is a LCT(5). (LCT 2331).
    Spare Craft.

    Serial 330x is a LCT(5). (LCT 2194).
    Spare Craft.

    Serial 331x is a LCT(4). (LCT 970).
    Spare Craft.

    Serial 332x is a LCT(4). (LCT 800).
    Spare Craft.

    Serial 333x is a LCT(4). (LCT 755).
    Spare Craft.

    Serial 334x is a LCT(4). (LCT 969).
    Spare Craft.

    Serial 335x is a LCT(4). (LCT 753).
    Spare Craft.


    H + 360 Minutes.

    STORES CRAFT.

    TARE GREEN.
    Five stores craft to be ready to land at H+360 Minutes on Tare Green.

    Serial 336 is a LCT(6) (LCT 522) carrying:
    150 tons of ammunition.

    Serial 337 is a LCT(6) (LCT 524) carrying:
    150 tons of ammunition.

    Serial 338 is a LCT(6) (LCT 527) carrying:
    150 tons of engineer stores.

    Serial 339 is a LCT(6) (LCT 528) carrying:
    150 tons of engineer stores.

    Serial 340 is a LCT(6) (LCT 529) carrying:
    150 tons of engineer stores.


    SPARE CRAFT.
    Serial 341x is a LCT(6) (LCT 530).
    Spare craft.

    Serial 342x is a LCT(6) (LCT 853).
    Spare craft.


    UNCLE RED.
    6 Stores craft to be ready to land on Uncle Red at H+360 Minutes.

    Serial 343 is a LCT(6) (LCT 812) carrying:
    150 tons of ammunition.

    Serial 344 is a LCT(6) (LCT 851) carrying:
    150 tons of engineer stores.

    Serial 345 is a LCT(6) (LCT 852) carrying:
    150 tons of engineer stores.

    Serial 346 is a LCT(6) (LCT 854) carrying:
    150 tons of ammunition.

    Serial 347 is a LCT(6) (LCT 855) carrying:
    150 tons of ammunition.

    Serial 348 is a LCT(6) (LCT 810) carrying:
    150 tons of engineer stores.

    Stores craft each carry 150 tons of preloaded stores as directed by the Commanding General 1 US Army. This is mainly ammunition and engineer stores. Some craft carry 22 tons of explosives for Navy Demolition Teams.

    Stores craft are to be ready to beach from H+360 Minutes. They may be called in at any time after that as they are needed or there is space for them.

    On Call.
    The following craft are On Call. They will be held off shore until their loads are required ashore or there is room for them ashore. No time is given.

    Tare Green.
    Serial 349 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 528) carrying:
    179 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Medical Detachment, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 350x is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 524) carrying:
    179 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Medical Detachment, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 351x is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 552) carrying:
    179 men from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Medical Detachment, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 352 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 527) carrying:
    136 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Medical Detachment, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    5 men from Service Company, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    4 men from Headquarters. 2 Battalion, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    16 men from Headquarters Company, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 353 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 529) carrying:
    113 men from Company ‘I’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    6 men from Medical Detachment, Company ‘I’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    10 men from 286 Signal Company
    53 men from Company ‘A’, 2 Naval Battalion.
    11 men from 3 Platoon, 149 MP Company.
    10 men from 3 Platoon, 33 Chemical Battalion.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 354 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 551) carrying:
    113 men from Company ‘C’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    6 men from Medical Detachment, Company ‘C’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    10 men from 286 Signal Company
    53 men from Company ‘A’, 2 Naval Battalion.
    11 men from 3 Platoon, 149 MP Company.
    10 men from 3 Platoon, 33 Chemical Battalion.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 Balloon Battalion.


    The following craft is free to land at a time and place to be decided by Headquarters VII Corps.

    Serial 355 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 419) carrying:
    Headquarters VII Corps.
    Alternate Headquarters Ship.


    UNCLE RED.
    Serial 356 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 349) carrying:
    11 men from Headquarters, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    12 men from Medical Detachment, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    21 men from Headquarters Company, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Service Company, 359Infantry Regiment.
    135 men from Company D (Weapons), 359 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 357x is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 231) carrying:
    179 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Medical Detachment, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 358x is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 326) carrying:
    179 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Medical Detachment, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 359x is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 325) carrying:
    179 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Medical Detachment, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 360 is a LCI(L) (LCI(L) 350) carrying:
    4 men from Headquarters, 1 Battalion, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    78 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 359 Infantry Regiment
    62 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    8 men from Medical Detachment, 359 Infantry Regiment
    10 men from Service Company, 359 Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 Balloon Battalion.

    Mike.
     
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    Trux 21 AG Patron

    FIRST TIDE LSTs.

    TARE GREEN.

    First tide LSTs discharge their vehicles onto Rhino Ferries which they have towed across the Channel.

    Serial 361 is a LST (LST 281) carrying:
    M15 Half Track from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M15 Half Track from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M15 Half Track from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M15 Half Track from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M15 Half Track from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M15 Half Track from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M15 Half Track from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M15 Half Track from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M16 Half Track from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M16 Half Track from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M16 Half Track from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M16 Half Track from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M16 Half Track from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M16 Half Track from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M16 Half Track from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M16 Half Track from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M3 Half Track from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M3 Half Track from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M3 Half Track from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    117 men from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    3.9 tons of ammunition from Battery ‘C’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    Ammunition for use while afloat.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    R4 Angledozer and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Truck from and 2 men Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Truck from and 2 men Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    4 ton 6 X 6 Truck from and 2 men Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Air Compressor and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    72 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    1½ ton Cargo from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion
    4 ton 6 X 6 Wrecker from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    4 ton 6 X 6 Wrecker from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    4 ton 6 X 6 Wrecker from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    4 ton 6 X 6 Wrecker from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    4 ton 6 X 6 Wrecker from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Command and Reconnaissance from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Command and Reconnaissance from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Air Compressor from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    1ton trailer from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    1ton trailer from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    1ton trailer from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    1ton trailer from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    1ton trailer from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    Welding Trailer from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    1ton trailer from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    2½ ton Pole Trailer from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion
    D7 Angledozer from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    75 men from Headquarters and Service Company, 4 Engineer Battalion.
    44 men vehicle crew.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 4 men from Headquarters 90 Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 4 men from Headquarters 359 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 4 men from Headquarters 359 Infantry Regiment.
    32 men from Navy Demolition Teams. With explosives.
    10 men from 299 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    7 men from Battery ‘D’, 81 Airborne AA Battalion.

    Serial 362 is a LST (LST 47) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 11 AAA Group.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 11 AAA Group.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 11 AAA Group.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 11 AAA Group.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 11 AAA Group.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 11 AAA Group.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 11 AAA Group.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 11 AAA Group.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 11 AAA Group.
    54 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 11 AAA Group.
    M2 Halftrack from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 474 AA AW Battalion.
    M2 Halftrack from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 474 AA AW Battalion.
    M2 Halftrack from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 474 AA AW Battalion.
    M2 Halftrack from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 474 AA AW Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 474 AA AW Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 474 AA AW Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 474 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1ton trailer from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 474 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1ton trailer from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 474 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1ton trailer from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 474 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1ton trailer from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 474 AA AW Battalion.
    47 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 474 AA AW Battalion.
    M15 Half Track from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M15 Half Track from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M15 Half Track from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M15 Half Track from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M15 Half Track from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M15 Half Track from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M15 Half Track from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M15 Half Track from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M16 Half Track from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M16 Half Track from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M16 Half Track from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M16 Half Track from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M16 Half Track from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M16 Half Track from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M16 Half Track from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M16 Half Track from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M3 Half Track from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M3 Half Track from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    M3 Half Track from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    119 men from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    3.9 tons of ammunition from Battery ‘D’, 474 Anti Aircraft Automatic Weapons Battalion (Self Propelled).
    Ammunition for use while afloat.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    R4 Angledozer and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Truck from and 2 men Company ‘B’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Truck from and 2 men Company ‘B’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Air Compressor and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    72 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    32 men from Navy Demolition Teams. With 3 ton of explosives.
    10 men from 299 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    7 men from Battery ‘D’, 81 Airborne AA Battalion.

    Serial 363 is a LST (LST 47) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 506 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 506 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 506 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 506 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 506 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 506 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 506 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 506 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 377 Parachute Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 377 Parachute Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 377 Parachute Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 377 Parachute Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 377 Parachute Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 377 Parachute Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 377 Parachute Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 377 Parachute Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 377 Parachute Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Headquarters 101 Airborne Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Headquarters 101 Airborne Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Headquarters 101 Airborne Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Headquarters 101 Airborne Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Headquarters 101 Airborne Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Headquarters 101 Airborne Division.
    Motorcycle and 1 man from Headquarters 101 Airborne Division.
    Motorcycle and 1 man from Headquarters 101 Airborne Division.
    Motorcycle and 1 man from Headquarters 101 Airborne Division.
    Motorcycle and 1 man from Headquarters 101 Airborne Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from 101 Airborne Signals Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from 101 Airborne Signals Company.
    Motorcycle from 101 Airborne Signals Company.
    Motorcycle from 101 Airborne Signals Company.
    Motorcycle from 101 Airborne Signals Company.
    Motorcycle from 101 Airborne Signals Company.
    Motorcycle from 101 Airborne Signals Company.
    17 men from 101 Airborne Signals Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    R4 Angledozer and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Truck from and 2 men Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Truck from and 2 men Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Air Compressor and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    72 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from HQ and HQ Company 1120 Engineer Group.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company 1120 Engineer Group.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company 1120 Engineer Group.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 C & R and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company 1120 Engineer Group.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 C & R and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company 1120 Engineer Group.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘B’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘B’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘B’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘B’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘B’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘B’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘B’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘B’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Battery ‘B’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Battery ‘B’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Battery ‘B’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Battery ‘B’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Command and Reconnaissance from Battery ‘B’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Command and Reconnaissance from Battery ‘B’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    121 men from Battery ‘B’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    3.5 tons of ammunition from Battery ‘B’, 535 AA AW Battalion. For firing afloat.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from 175 Signal Repair Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from 175 Signal Repair Company.
    11 men from 175 Signal Repair Company.
    16 men from Navy Demolition Teams. With 1.5 ton of explosives.
    5 men from 299 Engineer Combat Battalion.

    UNCLE RED.
    Serial 364 is a LST (LST 230) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from HQ and HQ Company, 1 Battalion, 401 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from HQ and HQ Company, 1 Battalion, 401 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from HQ and HQ Company, 1 Battalion, 401 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from HQ and HQ Company, 1 Battalion, 401 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Medical Detachment, 1 Battalion, 401 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 37mm gun and 4 men from Anti Tank Platoon, 1 Battalion, 401 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 37mm gun and 4 men from Anti Tank Platoon, 1 Battalion, 401 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 37mm gun and 4 men from Anti Tank Platoon, 1 Battalion, 401 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 37mm gun and 4 men from Anti Tank Platoon, 1 Battalion, 401 Glider Infantry.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier with 37mm gun from Battery ‘C’, 81 Airborne AA/AT Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier with 37mm gun from Battery ‘C’, 81 Airborne AA/AT Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier with 37mm gun from Battery ‘C’, 81 Airborne AA/AT Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier with 37mm gun from Battery ‘C’, 81 Airborne AA/AT Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier with 37mm gun from Battery ‘C’, 81 Airborne AA/AT Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier with 37mm gun from Battery ‘C’, 81 Airborne AA/AT Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier with 37mm gun from Battery ‘C’, 81 Airborne AA/AT Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier with 37mm gun from Battery ‘C’, 81 Airborne AA/AT Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 81 Airborne AA/AT Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 81 Airborne AA/AT Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 81 Airborne AA/AT Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 81 Airborne AA/AT Battalion.
    72 men from Battery ‘C’, 81 Airborne AA/AT Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 502 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 502 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 502 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 502 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 502 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 502 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 502 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 502 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 4 men from 326 Airborne Medical Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 4 men from 326 Airborne Medical Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 4 men from 326 Airborne Medical Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 326 Airborne Medical Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 326 Airborne Medical Company
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 326 Airborne Medical Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 326 Airborne Medical Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 326 Airborne Medical Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 326 Airborne Medical Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 326 Airborne Medical Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 326 Airborne Medical Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 326 Airborne Medical Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 326 Airborne Medical Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 326 Airborne Medical Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 326 Airborne Medical Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 326 Airborne Medical Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 326 Airborne Medical Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from 326 Airborne Medical Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 501 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 501 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 501 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 501 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 501 Parachute Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘A’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘A’, 535 AA AW Battalion
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘A’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘A’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘A’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘A’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘A’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘A’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘A’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Battery ‘A’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Battery ‘A’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Battery ‘A’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Command and Reconnaissance from Battery ‘A’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Command and Reconnaissance from Battery ‘A’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    121 men from Battery ‘A’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    3.5 tons of ammunition from Battery ‘A’, 535 AA AW Battalion. For firing afloat.
    15 men from 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘D’, 87 Chemical Battalion.
    48 men from Naval Demolition Teams. With 4.5 tons of explosives.

    Serial 365 is a LST (LST 282) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 with 1 ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    1½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    1½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    1½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    1½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    1½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    273 men from Forward Echelon 4 Division, Headquarters.
    15 men from 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    48 men from Naval Demolition Teams. With 4.5 tons of explosives.

    Mike.
     
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    Trux 21 AG Patron

    SECOND TIDE LSTs.

    TARE GREEN.
    Serial 366 is a LST (LST 49) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘D’, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Weapons Carrier and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘I’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘J’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘L’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘M’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘M’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘M’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘M’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘M’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Cannon Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Cannon Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Cannon Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Cannon Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 6 men from Cannon Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Anti Tank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Anti Tank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Anti Tank Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    42 men from Service Company, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    18 men from Medical Detachment, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    D8 Dozer and 2 men from Company ‘I’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    TD18 Tractor and 2 men from Company ‘I’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Beach Sledge from Company ‘I’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Beach Sledge from Company ‘I’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Beach Sledge from Company ‘I’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘I’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    6 ton Prime mover with 8 ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘I’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Beach Sledge from Company ‘A’, 2 Naval Beach Battalion.
    20 men from Headquarters Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 3 men from Battery ‘A’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    17 men from Battery ‘A’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 3 men from Battery ‘B’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    17 men from Battery ‘B’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 3 men from Battery ‘C’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    17 men from Battery ‘C’, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 3 men from Service Company, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 3 men from Service Company, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Service Company, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Service Company, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Service Company, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Service Company, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Service Company, 44 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Photographic Company.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 420 AA Balloon Battalion.
    The 4 Beach sledges are towed ashore by the D8 and TD18. They are left on the beach.

    Serial 367 is a LST (LST 50) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2½ ton Pole Trailer and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 2½ ton Pole Trailer and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    4 ton 6 X 6 Cargo Truck and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    7 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    M4 Tractor with 90mm AA gun from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M4 Tractor with 90mm AA gun from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M4 Tractor with 90mm AA gun from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M4 Tractor with 90mm AA gun from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M4 Tractor from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Cargo from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Cargo from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Cargo from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Van from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Van from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    SCR 584 Detector Unit (Radar) from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M9 Director from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M7 Generator from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M7 Generator from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    120 men from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    Motorcycle from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    Motorcycle from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    Motorcycle from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    Motorcycle from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    Motorcycle from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    Motorcycle from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    46 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 401 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 426 Airborne Quartermaster Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 426 Airborne Quartermaster Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 426 Airborne Quartermaster Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 426 Airborne Quartermaster Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 426 Airborne Quartermaster Company.
    1½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from 426 Airborne Quartermaster Company.
    1½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from 426 Airborne Quartermaster Company.
    1½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from 426 Airborne Quartermaster Company.
    1½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from 426 Airborne Quartermaster Company.
    1½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from 426 Airborne Quartermaster Company.
    1½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer from 426 Airborne Quartermaster Company.
    34 men from 426 Airborne Quartermaster Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 327 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 327 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 327 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 327 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 327 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 327 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 327 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    52 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 327 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Company ‘C’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Company ‘C’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance from Company ‘C’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance from Company ‘C’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance from Company ‘C’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Company ‘C’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    48 men from Company ‘C’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters 4 Medical Battalion.
    75 men from Company ‘E’, 327 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 368 is a LST (LST 492) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 7 men from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    24 men from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Cannon Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Cannon Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 105mm gun from Cannon Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 105mm gun from Cannon Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Cannon Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    37 men from Cannon Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 10 men from Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    29 men from Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    Anti Tank Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2 men from Medical Detachment, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 4 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 4 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 4 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 4 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 4 men from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 4 men from Company ‘K’, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 4 men from Company ‘K’, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 4 men from Company ‘I’, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 4 men from Company ‘L’, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 4 men from Company ‘L’, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 4 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 4 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 4 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 4 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 4 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Prisoner of War Interrogation team.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 1ton trailer and 3 men from Headquarters Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from Service Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Service Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with M10 Trailer from Service Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base with M10 Trailer from Service Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base with M10 Trailer from Service Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Short Wheel Base with M10 Trailer from Service Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    24 men from Service Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    15 men from Battery ‘A’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    15 men from Battery ‘B’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    15 men from Battery ‘C’, 42 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    7 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    6ton 6 X 6 truck with 8 ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Company ‘H’, 2 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    6ton 6 X 6 truck with 8 ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘H’, 3 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    TD 18 Tractor with 2 Beach Sledges and 2 men from Company ‘H’, 3 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men, Liaison Officer, VII Corps.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men, Liaison Officer, VII Corps.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men, Liaison Officer, VII Corps.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men, Liaison Officer, VII Corps.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men, Liaison Officer, VII Corps.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 369 is a LST (LST 491) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck with 2½ ton Pole Trailer and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck with 2½ ton Pole Trailer and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Company.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance and 4 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Company.
    52 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Company.
    M4 Tractor with 90mm AA gun from Battery ‘A’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M4 Tractor with 90mm AA gun from Battery ‘A’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M4 Tractor with 90mm AA gun from Battery ‘A’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M4 Tractor with 90mm AA gun from Battery ‘A’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M4 Tractor from Battery ‘A’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘A’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Cargo from Battery ‘A’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Cargo from Battery ‘A’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Cargo from Battery ‘A’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Van from Battery ‘A’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Van from Battery ‘A’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    SCR 584 Detector Unit (Radar) from Battery ‘A’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M9 Director from Battery ‘A’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M7 Generator from Battery ‘A’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M7 Generator from Battery ‘A’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    120 men from Battery ‘A’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Headquarters, 1 Battalion, 327 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Headquarters, 1 Battalion, 327 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Headquarters, 1 Battalion, 327 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Headquarters, 2 Battalion, 327 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Headquarters, 2 Battalion, 327 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Headquarters, 2 Battalion, 327 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters Company, 327 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 37mm gun and 4 men from Headquarters Company, 327 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 37mm gun and 4 men from Headquarters Company, 327 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 37mm gun and 4 men from Headquarters Company, 327 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 37mm gun and 4 men from Headquarters Company, 327 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 37mm gun and 4 men from Headquarters Company, 327 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 37mm gun and 4 men from Headquarters Company, 327 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 37mm gun and 4 men from Headquarters Company, 327 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with 37mm gun and 4 men from Headquarters Company, 327 Glider Infantry.
    99 men from Headquarters Company, 327 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Medical Detachment, 1 Battalion, 327 Glider Infantry.
    25 men from Medical Detachment, 1 Battalion, 327 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Medical Detachment, 327 Glider Infantry.
    12 men from Medical Detachment, 327 Glider Infantry.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Medical Detachment, 2 Battalion, 327 Glider Infantry.
    ¾ ton Ambulance and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘D’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men. Intelligence Officer, VII Corps.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men. Intelligence Officer, VII Corps.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men. Intelligence Officer, VII Corps.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men. Intelligence Officer, VII Corps.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters VII Corps.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters VII Corps.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance and 4 men from Headquarters VII Corps.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Counter Intelligence Corps, 4 Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Counter Intelligence Corps, 4 Division.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 370 is a LST (LST 382) carrying:
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance and 4 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Engineer Combat Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck with 2½ ton Pole Trailer and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Engineer Combat Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck with 2½ ton Pole Trailer and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Engineer Combat Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Engineer Combat Company.
    4 ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Engineer Combat Company.
    52 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Engineer Combat Company.
    M4 Tractor with 90mm AA gun from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M4 Tractor with 90mm AA gun from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M4 Tractor with 90mm AA gun from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M4 Tractor with 90mm AA gun from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M4 Tractor from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Cargo from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Cargo from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Cargo from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Cargo from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Cargo from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Cargo from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Van from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Van from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    SCR 584 Detector Unit (Radar) from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M9 Director from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M7 Generator from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M7 Generator from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    116 men from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    150 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 327 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 4 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 4 men from Company ‘G’, 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 4 men from Company ‘I’, 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 12 men from Company ‘D’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 11 men from Company ‘D’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 11 men from Company ‘D’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 11 men from Company ‘D’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 9 men from Headquarters, 4 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 9 men from Headquarters, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters, 4 Medical Battalion.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.


    UNCLE RED.
    Serial 371 is a LST (LST 380) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 1 man from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 1 man from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 1 man from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 and 2 men from Cannon Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Cannon Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Anti Tank Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Anti Tank Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Anti Tank Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 57mm anti tank gun from Anti Tank Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 from Anti Tank Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    14 men from Anti Tank Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Prisoner of War Interrogation Team.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Prisoner of War Interrogation Team.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 6 men from 4 Signal Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 1 ton trailer and 1 man from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 1 man from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘L’, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    Halftrack M2 with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    M29 Weasel and 1 man from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Medical Detachment, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘I’, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘K’, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 4 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    13 men from Headquarters Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battery.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Battery ‘A’, 29 Field Artillery Battery.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘A’, 29 Field Artillery Battery.
    25 men from Battery ‘A’, 29 Field Artillery Battery.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Battery ‘B’, 29 Field Artillery Battery.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘B’, 29 Field Artillery Battery.
    25 men from Battery ‘B’, 29 Field Artillery Battery.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Battery ‘C’, 29 Field Artillery Battery.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘C’, 29 Field Artillery Battery.
    25 men from Battery ‘C’, 29 Field Artillery Battery.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Service Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battery.
    24 men from Service Battery, 29 Field Artillery Battery.
    D7 Dozers with Athey trailer from Company ‘H’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    D7 Dozers with Athey trailer from Company ‘H’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    D7 Dozers with Athey trailer from Company ‘H’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Company ‘H’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Beach Sledge from Company ‘H’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    58 men from Company ‘H’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    150 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 327 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘A’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 372 is a LST (LST 499) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Battery ‘A’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘A’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘A’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘A’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    M5 Tractor with 155mm Howitzer from Battery ‘A’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    M5 Tractor with 155mm Howitzer from Battery ‘A’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    M5 Tractor with 155mm Howitzer from Battery ‘A’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    M5 Tractor with 155mm Howitzer from Battery ‘A’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    M5 Tractor from Battery ‘A’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    4 ton 6 X 6 truck from Battery ‘A’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    4 ton 6 X 6 truck from Battery ‘A’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with M10 trailer from Battery ‘A’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    101 men from Battery ‘A’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Battery ‘B’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘B’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘B’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘B’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    M5 Tractor with 155mm Howitzer from Battery ‘B’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    M5 Tractor with 155mm Howitzer from Battery ‘B’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    M5 Tractor with 155mm Howitzer from Battery ‘B’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    M5 Tractor with 155mm Howitzer from Battery ‘B’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    M5 Tractor from Battery ‘B’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    4 ton 6 X 6 truck from Battery ‘B’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    4 ton 6 X 6 truck from Battery ‘B’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with M10 trailer from Battery ‘B’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    101 men from Battery ‘B’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1ton trailer from Headquarters Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Headquarters Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    65 men from Headquarters Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with M10 trailer from Service Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with M10 trailer from Service Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with M10 trailer from Service Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with M10 trailer from Service Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with M10 trailer from Service Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with M10 trailer from Service Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Service Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    10 ton Wrecker from Service Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    37 men from Service Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 1 ton trailer from 1 Platoon, 603 Quartermaster Graves Registration Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 1 ton trailer from 1 Platoon, 603 Quartermaster Graves Registration Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 1 ton trailer from 1 Platoon, 603 Quartermaster Graves Registration Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 1 Platoon, 603 Quartermaster Graves Registration Company.
    26 men from 1 Platoon, 603 Quartermaster Graves Registration Company.
    75 men from Company ‘F’, 327 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 373 is a LST (LST 284) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Battery ‘C’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘C’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘C’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘C’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    M5 Tractor with 155mm Howitzer from Battery ‘C’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    M5 Tractor with 155mm Howitzer from Battery ‘C’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    M5 Tractor with 155mm Howitzer from Battery ‘C’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    M5 Tractor with 155mm Howitzer from Battery ‘C’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    M5 Tractor from Battery ‘C’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    4 ton 6 X 6 truck from Battery ‘C’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    4 ton 6 X 6 truck from Battery ‘C’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with M10 trailer from Battery ‘C’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    101 men from Battery ‘C’, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1ton trailer from Headquarters Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    58 men from Headquarters Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with M10 trailer from Service Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with M10 trailer from Service Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with water trailer from Service Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with water trailer from Service Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with water trailer from Service Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with from Service Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Service Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Service Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with ¼ ton trailer from Service Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    35 men from Service Battery, 20 Field Artillery Battalion.
    M4 Tractor with 90mm AA gun from Battery ‘D’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M4 Tractor with 90mm AA gun from Battery ‘D’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M4 Tractor with 90mm AA gun from Battery ‘D’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M4 Tractor with 90mm AA gun from Battery ‘D’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M4 Tractor from Battery ‘D’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘B’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Cargo from Battery ‘D’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Cargo from Battery ‘D’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Cargo from Battery ‘D’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Van from Battery ‘D’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Van from Battery ‘D’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    SCR 584 Detector Unit (Radar) from Battery ‘D’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M9 Director from Battery ‘D’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M7 Generator from Battery ‘D’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    M7 Generator from Battery ‘D’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    104 men from Battery ‘D’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    90 men from Company ‘E’. 2 Battalion, 327 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.


    TARE GREEN.
    Serial 374 is a LST (LST 501) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    D4 Dozer and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    D4 Dozer and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    D4 Dozer and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    57mm Anti Tank Gun from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    57mm Anti Tank Gun from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    57mm Anti Tank Gun from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    57mm Anti Tank Gun from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    90 men from Headquarters Company, 3 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from 286 Signal Company.
    31 men from 286 Signal Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 449 MP Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 449 MP Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 449 MP Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 449 MP Company.
    19 men from 449 MP Company.
    6 ton Prime Mover with 20 ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘H’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Company ‘H’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Company ‘H’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Company ‘H’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Company ‘H’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Company ‘H’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    92 men from Company ‘H’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    6 ton Prime Mover with 20 ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘G’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Company ‘G’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Company ‘G’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Company ‘G’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Company ‘G’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Company ‘G’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    DUKW and 3 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Company ‘I’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Company ‘I’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    6 men from Medical Detachment 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    14 men from 3 Platoon, 33 Chemical Company.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Company.

    Serial 376 is an LST (LST 290) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘D’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘D’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘D’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    1½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘D’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from Company ‘D’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    49 men from Company ‘D’, 4 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters, 4 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Headquarters, 4 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Headquarters, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters, 4 Medical Battalion.
    21 men from Headquarters, 4 Medical Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘B’, 980 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘B’, 980 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Battery ‘B’, 980 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 980 Field Artillery Battalion.
    7½ ton Truck with 155mm gun from Battery ‘B’, 980 Field Artillery Battalion.
    7½ ton Truck with 155mm gun from Battery ‘B’, 980 Field Artillery Battalion.
    7½ ton Truck with 10 ton trailer from Battery ‘B’, 980 Field Artillery Battalion.
    50 men from Battery ‘B’, 980 Field Artillery Battalion.
    Halftrack M2 from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Halftrack M2 from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Halftrack M2 from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Halftrack M3 from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Halftrack M3 from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Halftrack M3 from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with Armoured Trailer from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with Armoured Trailer from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with Armoured Trailer from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with Armoured Trailer from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Heavy Wrecker M2 from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    62 men from Service Company, 70 Tank Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 1 ton trailer and 7 men from 47 Ordnance Bomb Disposal Squad
    DUKW and 1 man from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    DUKW and 1 man from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    DUKW and 1 man from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    DUKW and 1 man from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    DUKW and 1 man from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    DUKW and 1 man from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    DUKW and 1 man from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    DUKW and 1 man from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    DUKW and 1 man from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    150 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 327 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 375X is a LST (LST 57) carrying
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Battery, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Battery, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters Battery, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters Battery, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Headquarters Battery, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Headquarters Battery, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    4 ton Wrecker from Headquarters Battery, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    50 men from Headquarters Battery, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    M4 Tank and 5 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘C’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    7½ ton Truck with 155mm gun from Battery ‘B’, 980 Field Artillery Battalion.
    7½ ton Truck with 155mm gun from Battery ‘B’, 980 Field Artillery Battalion.
    7½ ton Truck with 10 ton trailer from Battery ‘B’, 980 Field Artillery Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Battery ‘B’, 980 Field Artillery Battalion. Carries a L4 aircraft.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘B’, 980 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘B’, 980 Field Artillery Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘B’, 980 Field Artillery Battalion.
    50 men from Battery ‘B’, 980 Field Artillery Battalion.
    60 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 327 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    100 men from 2 Platoon, 4144 Quartermaster Service Company, Engineer Shore Battalion.
    D7 Tractor with Scraper and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    D7 Tractor with Scraper and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    Halftrack M2 and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    Halftrack M2 and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    D4 Tractor and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    4 ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    4 ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump truck and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    85 men from Company ‘A’, 819 Engineer Aviation Battalion.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.
    X indicates a Contingency Craft.

    Serial 377 is a LST (LST 283) carrying:
    M5 Light Tank from Headquarters 6 Armoured Group.
    M5 Light Tank from Headquarters 6 Armoured Group.
    Halftrack M3A1 from Headquarters 6 Armoured Group.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters 6 Armoured Group.
    19 men from Headquarters 6 Armoured Group.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton Trailer from 4 Signal Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton Trailer from 4 Signal Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton Trailer from 4 Signal Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Signal Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Signal Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Signal Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Signal Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Signal Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Signal Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from 4 Signal Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from 4 Signal Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from 4 Signal Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from 4 Signal Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from 4 Signal Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from 4 Signal Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from 4 Signal Company.
    1½ ton Cargo with 1 ton trailer from 4 Signal Company.
    1½ ton Cargo with 1 ton trailer from 4 Signal Company.
    1½ ton Cargo from 4 Signal Company.
    1½ ton Cargo from 4 Signal Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Signal Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Signal Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Signal Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Signal Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Signal Company.
    83 men from 4 Signal Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Headquarters 44 Field Artillery Battalion. Carries L4 aircraft.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 3 men from Headquarters 4 Infantry Division
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 MP Platoon.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 MP Platoon.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 MP Platoon.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 MP Platoon.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 MP Platoon.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 MP Platoon.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from 4 MP Platoon.
    25 men from 4 MP Platoon.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Headquarters Battery, 4 Division Artillery. Carries L4 aircraft.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters Battery, 4 Division Artillery.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters Battery, 4 Division Artillery.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters Battery, 4 Division Artillery.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Battery, 4 Division Artillery.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Battery, 4 Division Artillery.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Battery, 4 Division Artillery.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and from Headquarters Battery, 4 Division Artillery.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 4 Division Artillery.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 4 Division Artillery.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 4 Division Artillery.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 4 Division Artillery.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Battery, 4 Division Artillery.
    70 men from Headquarters Battery. 4 Division Artillery.
    6 ton Treadway Truck and 2 men from 991 Treadway Bridge Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Dump Truck and 2 men from 502 Engineer Dump Truck Company.
    D4 Dozer and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    D4 Dozer and 2 men from Company ‘D’, 237 Engineer Combat Battalion.
    182 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 327 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    23 men from Headquarters Medical Detachment, 2 Battalion, 327 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Company.


    UNCLE RED,
    Serial 378 is a LST (LST 371) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘A’, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘A’, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘A’, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘A’, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘A’, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘A’, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘A’, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Battery ‘A’, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Battery ‘A’, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Battery ‘A’, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    96 men from Battery ‘A’, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Service Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion. Carries a L4 aircraft.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Service Battery, 42 Field Artillery Battalion. Carries a L4 aircraft.
    1½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 1 man from Headquarters Naval Officer in Charge, Utah Beach.
    1½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 1 man from Headquarters Naval Officer in Charge, Utah Beach.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters Naval Officer in Charge, Utah Beach.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters Naval Officer in Charge, Utah Beach.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters Naval Officer in Charge, Utah Beach.
    Halftrack M3 and 6 men from Company ‘A’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    Halftrack M3 and 6 men from Company ‘D’, 70 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Service Battery, 44 Field Artillery Battalion. Carries a L4 aircraft.
    Halftrack M3 from Headquarters 2 Airborne Brigade.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters 2 Airborne Brigade.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters 2 Airborne Brigade.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters 2 Airborne Brigade.
    15 men from Headquarters 2 Airborne Brigade.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 7 men from Medical Detachment, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Cargo from Headquarters, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    90 men from Headquarters, 13 Field Artillery Observation Battalion.
    DUKW and 1 man from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    DUKW and 1 man from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    DUKW and 1 man from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    DUKW and 1 man from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    DUKW and 1 man from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    DUKW and 1 man from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    1 man from Headquarters Battery, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Battery ‘A’, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Battery ‘A’, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Battery ‘A’, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Battery ‘A’, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Battery ‘A’, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Battery ‘B’, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Battery ‘B’, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Battery ‘C’, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Battery ‘C’, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Battery ‘D’, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Battery ‘D’, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Battery ‘D’, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Battery ‘D’, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Battery ‘D’, 116 AA Gun Battalion.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 379 is a LST (LST 346) carrying:
    1½ ton Cargo with 1 ton trailer from 4 Signal Company.
    1½ ton Cargo with 1 ton trailer from 4 Signal Company.
    1½ ton Cargo with 1 ton trailer from 4 Signal Company.
    1½ ton Cargo from 4 Signal Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Signal Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Signal Company.
    DUKW from 4 Signal Company.
    24 men from 4 Signal Company.
    1½ ton Cargo with 57mm Anti Tank Gun from Headquarters Company, 4 Division.
    1½ ton Cargo with 57mm Anti Tank Gun from Headquarters Company, 4 Division.
    1½ ton Cargo with 57mm Anti Tank Gun from Headquarters Company, 4 Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 4 Division.
    33 men from Headquarters Company, 4 Division.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 1 man from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 1 man from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 1 man from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from 4 MP Platoon.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from 4 MP Platoon.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from 4 MP Platoon.
    25 men from 4 MP Platoon.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 2062 Engineer Aviation Fire Fighting Platoon.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from 2062 Engineer Aviation Fire Fighting Platoon.
    1½ ton Cargo truck with 1 ton trailer from 2062 Engineer Aviation Fire Fighting Platoon.
    1½ ton Cargo truck with 1 ton trailer from 2062 Engineer Aviation Fire Fighting Platoon.
    1½ ton Cargo truck with 1 ton trailer from 2062 Engineer Aviation Fire Fighting Platoon.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Cargo truck from 2062 Engineer Aviation Fire Fighting Platoon.
    29 men from 2062 Engineer Aviation Fire Fighting Platoon.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 187 Aviation Medical Dispensary.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 1 ton trailer from 187 Aviation Medical Dispensary.
    ¾ ton Ambulance with 1 ton trailer from 187 Aviation Medical Dispensary.
    15 men from 187 Aviation Medical Dispensary.
    150 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 327 Glider Infantry Regiment.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 380 is a LST (LST 311) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Halftrack M2 and 7 men from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Halftrack M2 and 6 men from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Halftrack M2 and 6 men from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Halftrack M3 and 6 men from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Halftrack M3 and 6 men from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Halftrack M3 and 6 men from Headquarters Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Service Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with M10 Trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with M10 Trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with M10 Trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with M10 Trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with M10 Trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with M10 Trailer and 2 men from Service Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Wrecker and 3 men from Service Company, 746 Tank Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    4 ton 6 X 6 truck from 3807 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    No personnel number given.
    150 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 327 Glider Infantry.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 381 is a LST (LST 400) carrying:
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    100 men from 479 Amphibious Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 261 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 261 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 261 Medical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 261 Medical Battalion.
    32 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 261 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 625 Ordnance Ammunition Company.
    150 men from 625 Ordnance Ammunition Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1 Engineer Special Brigade.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1 Engineer Special Brigade.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1 Engineer Special Brigade.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1 Engineer Special Brigade.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 286 Signal Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 286 Signal Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 286 Signal Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 286 Signal Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 286 Signal Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 1 man from 286 Signal Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from 3207 Quartermaster Service Company.
    2½ 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3207 Quartermaster Service Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 24 TC Battalion
    Decontamination truck and 2 men from 3 Platoon, 33 Chemical Decontamination Company.
    Decontamination truck and 2 men from 3 Platoon, 33 Chemical Decontamination Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Detachment ‘E’, 165 Signal Photographic Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters 2 Navy Beach Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from Headquarters 2 Navy Beach Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from 23 Ordnance Bomb Disposal Squad.
    52 men from 23 Ordnance Bomb Disposal Squad.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 191 Ordnance Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 1 man from HQ and Headquarters Detachment, 306 Quartermaster Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from 4144 Quartermaster Service Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 4144 Quartermaster Service Company.
    16 men from 4144 Quartermaster Service Company.
    15 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 577 Quartermaster Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘A’, 2 Navy Beach Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘A’, 2 Navy Beach Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘A’, 2 Navy Beach Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Company ‘A’, 2 Navy Beach Battalion.
    14 men from Company ‘A’, 2 Navy Beach Battalion.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Mike.
     
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    The following two LCT are to land on call, 2nd tide.

    Serial 382X is a LCT(6) (LCT 581) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 40mm AA gun and 13 men from Battery ‘D’, 535 AAA Automatic Weapons Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 40mm AA gun and 13 men from Battery ‘D’, 535 AAA Automatic Weapons Battalion.
    1.6 tons of ammunition from Battery ‘D’, 535 AAA Automatic Weapons Battalion.
    Ammunition is I unit of fire for use when firing afloat.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.
    25 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.
    This is a Contingency Craft and requires special landing arrangements.

    Serial 383X is a LCT(6) (LCT 664) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Battery ‘C’, 116 AAA Gun Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from 81 Airborne AA Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from 81 Airborne AA Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from 81 Airborne AA Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 535 AAA Automatic Weapons Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 535 AAA Automatic Weapons Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 535 AAA Automatic Weapons Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 535 AAA Automatic Weapons Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 535 AAA Automatic Weapons Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 535 AAA Automatic Weapons Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 535 AAA Automatic Weapons Battalion.
    26 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 535 AAA Automatic Weapons Battalion.
    This is a Contingency Craft.

    Mike
     
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    THE THIRD TIDE.

    TARE GREEN.
    Serial 384 is a LST (LST 553) carrying:
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 4 truck with 1 ton trailer and 3 men from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 4 truck and 3 men from Service Company, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Prisoner of War Interrogation Team, 12 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘C’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘C’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘C’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘C’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘C’, 535 AA AW Battalion
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘C’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘C’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 with 40mm Bofors AA gun from Battery ‘C’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Battery ‘C’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Battery ‘C’, 535 AA AW Battalion
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Battery ‘C’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 from Battery ‘C’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Battery ‘C’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Command and Reconnaissance from Battery ‘C’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    ¾ ton 4 X 4 Command and Reconnaissance from Battery ‘C’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    123 men from Battery ‘C’, 535 AA AW Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier with 1 ton K52 trailer from Headquarters Company, 50 Signals Battalion.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance with 1 ton K52 trailer from Headquarters Company, 50 Signals Battalion
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Company, 50 Signals Battalion.
    12 men from Headquarters Company, 50 Signals Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Company ‘A’, 50 Signals Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Company ‘A’, 50 Signals Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Company ‘A’, 50 Signals Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Company ‘A’, 50 Signals Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Company ‘A’, 50 Signals Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Company ‘A’, 50 Signals Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Company ‘A’, 50 Signals Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Company ‘A’, 50 Signals Battalion.
    40 men from Company ‘A’, 50 Signals Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Company ‘B’, 50 Signals Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Company ‘B’, 50 Signals Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Company ‘B’, 50 Signals Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Company ‘B’, 50 Signals Battalion.
    35 men from Company ‘A’, 50 Signals Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 507 MP Battalion.
    98 men from Company ‘B’, 507 MP Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 11 men from VII Corps MP Platoon.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Detachment ‘D’, 165 Signal Photographic Company.
    Shovel Crane and 2 men from Company ‘G’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Shovel Crane and 2 men from Company ‘H’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    Shovel Crane and 2 men from Company ‘I’, 531 Engineer Shore Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 8 men from 3251 Signal Service Company.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 385 is a LST (LST 508) carrying:
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    52 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    29 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    60 men from 4 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from 556 Quartermaster Roadhead Company.
    155 men from 556 Quartermaster Roadhead Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 449 MP Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters Detachment, 306 Quartermaster Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters Detachment, 191 Ordnance Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters Detachment, 577 Quartermaster Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 625 Ordnance Ammunition Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from 33 Chemical Decontamination Company.
    27 men from 35 Signal Construction Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Headquarters 9 Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Headquarters 9 Division.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 386 is a LST (LST 500) carrying:
    DUKW and 3 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    46 men from 478 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from *** Quartermaster Roadhead Company.
    173 men from *** Quartermaster Roadhead Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 33 Chemical Decontamination Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 33 Chemical Decontamination Company.
    26 men from 33 Chemical Decontamination Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from 1 Platoon, 440 Engineer Depot Company.
    28 men from 1 Platoon, 440 Engineer Depot Company.
    11 men from 1605 Engineer Map Section.
    2½ ton truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from 175 Signal Repair Section.
    14 men from 175 Signal Repair Section.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    21 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 23 Bomb Disposal Squad.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 449 MP Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 449 MP Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 449 MP Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 449 MP Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 449 MP Company.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.
    Note: *** indicates that no unit number is given in the original document.

    Serial 387 is a LST (LST 559) carrying:
    17 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    22 men from Service Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    10 men from Anti Tank Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Cannon Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Cannon Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from Cannon Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 1 man from Cannon Company, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Shore Fore Control Party.
    8 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    8 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    6 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    20 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    20 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    17 men from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Shore Fore Control Party.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 8 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton trailer from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton trailer from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Company ‘D’ (Weapons), 1 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton trailer from Company ‘G’, 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Company ‘H’ (Weapons), 2 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton trailer from Company ‘J’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton trailer from Company ‘K’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton trailer from Company ‘L’, 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Company ‘M’ (Weapons), 3 Battalion, 22 Infantry Regiment
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Prisoner of War Interrogation Team
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 2 men from Prisoner of War Interrogation Team.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from French Interpretation Team.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    40 men from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    UNCLE RED.
    Serial 388 is a LST (LST 58) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    DUKW from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    DUKW from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    DUKW from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    DUKW from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    DUKW from 4 Quartermaster Company
    96 men from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    50 men from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 20 Field Artillery Battalion. Carries a L4 aircraft.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 29 Field Artillery Battalion. Carries a L4 aircraft.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 29 Field Artillery Battalion. Carries a L4 aircraft.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 389 is a LST (LST 509) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    10 ton wrecker from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    4 ton wrecker from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    4 ton wrecker from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Small Arms Repair truck from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    57mm anti tank gun from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company..
    57mm anti tank gun from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company..
    93 men from 704 Ordnance Light Maintenance Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer and 2 men from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    42 men from 4 Quartermaster Company.
    Light Tank M5 with 4 men from Company ‘D’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Light Tank M5 with 4 men from Company ‘D’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Light Tank M5 with 4 men from Company ‘D’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Light Tank M5 with 4 men from Company ‘D’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Light Tank M5 with 4 men from Company ‘D’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Light Tank M5 with 4 men from Company ‘D’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Light Tank M5 with 4 men from Company ‘D’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Light Tank M5 with 4 men from Company ‘D’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Light Tank M5 with 4 men from Company ‘D’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Light Tank M5 with 4 men from Company ‘D’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Light Tank M5 with 4 men from Company ‘D’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Light Tank M5 with 4 men from Company ‘D’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Light Tank M5 with 4 men from Company ‘D’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Light Tank M5 with 4 men from Company ‘D’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Light Tank M5 with 4 men from Company ‘D’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Light Tank M5 with 4 men from Company ‘D’, 746 Tank Battalion
    Light Tank M5 with 4 men from Company ‘D’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    Light Tank M5 with 4 men from Company ‘D’, 746 Tank Battalion.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.

    Serial 390 is a LST (LST 294) carrying:
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    52 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3939 Quartermaster Gas Supply Company.
    80 men from 3939 Quartermaster Gas Supply Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Signal Repair truck and 2 men from 175 Signal Repair Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Signal Repair truck and 2 men from 175 Signal Repair Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 8 Army Air Force Intratransit Depot Group.
    28 men from 8 Army Air Force Intratransit Depot Group.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Company ‘D’, 531 Engineer Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Company ‘D’, 531 Engineer Regiment.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Company ‘D’, 531 Engineer Regiment
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 261 Medical Battalion
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with water trailer and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    103 men from Company ‘B’, 261 Medical Battalion.
    17 men from Surgical Teams, 3 Auxiliary Group.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 35 Signal Construction Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 35 Signal Construction Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 35 Signal Construction Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 35 Signal Construction Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 1 man from 35 Signal Construction Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 1 man from 35 Signal Construction Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters, 1 Engineer Special Brigade.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters, 1 Engineer Special Brigade.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters, 1 Engineer Special Brigade.
    13 men from Headquarters 531 Engineer Regiment.
    46 men from *** Quartermaster Service Company.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.
    Note: *** indicates that no unit number is given in the original document.

    Serial 391X is a LST (LST 46) carrying:
    DUKW and 3 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    DUKW and 2 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    46 men from 462 Transportation Corps Amphibious Truck Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from *** Quartermaster Service Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from *** Quartermaster Service Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from *** Quartermaster Service Company.
    200 men from *** Quartermaster Service Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Company ‘A’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Company ‘B’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Company ‘C’, 1 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Headquarters Company, 2 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Company ‘D’, 2 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Company ‘E’, 2 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Company ‘F’, 2 Battalion, 531 Engineer Shore Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from 4 Platoon, 607 Quartermaster GR Company.
    19 men from 4 Platoon, 607 Quartermaster GR Company.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier and 2 men from 215 Signal Depot Company.
    21 men from 215 Signal Depot Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 4144 Quartermaster Service Company.
    12 men from 4144 Quartermaster Service Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 3207 Quartermaster Service Company.
    12 men from 3207 Quartermaster Service Company.
    6 men from 3939 Quartermaster Gas Supply Company.
    6 men from 556 Quartermaster Roadhead Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 490 Port Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 518 Port Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from 519 Port Battalion.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.
    Note: *** indicates that no unit number is given in the original document.

    Serial 392 is a LST (LST 515) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    1½ ton 4 X 4 K43 from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    1½ ton 4 X 4 K43 from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    75 men from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Company ‘B’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Company ‘B’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Company ‘B’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Company ‘B’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Company ‘B’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Company ‘B’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Company ‘B’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Company ‘B’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Company ‘B’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Company ‘B’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    1½ ton 4 X 4 K43 from Company ‘B’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    1½ ton 4 X 4 K43 from Company ‘B’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    115 men from Company ‘B’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Company ‘C’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Company ‘C’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Company ‘C’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    1½ ton 4 X 4 K43 from Company ‘C’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    1½ ton 4 X 4 K43 from Company ‘C’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Company ‘C’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Company ‘C’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Company ‘C’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Company ‘C’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Company ‘C’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Company ‘C’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    52 men from Company ‘C’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    DUKW from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¾ ton Ambulance from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    100 men from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    3 men from Battery ‘C’, 320 AA Balloon Battalion.
    Note: This page is badly printed in the original document so an error in transcription is possible.

    Serial 393X is an LCT(6) (LCT 709) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    17 from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    1½ ton 4 X 4 K43 with Trailer K38 and 4 men from Company ‘B’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    DUKW from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    30 men from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    X indicates a Contingency Craft.

    Serial 394 is an LCT(6) (LCT 710) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 Wrecker and 4 men from Headquarters Company, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    1½ ton 4 X 4 K43 with Trailer K36 from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    1½ ton 4 X 4 K43 with Trailer K36 from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    25 men from Company ‘A’, 50 Signal Battalion.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 4 men from Company ‘D’, 50 Signal Battalion.

    UNCLE RED.
    Serial 395X is an LCT(6) (LCT 778) carrying:
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, VII Corps.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, VII Corps.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, VII Corps.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, VII Corps.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, VII Corps.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep with ¼ ton trailer and 3 men from Counter Intelligence Corps
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    X indicates a Contingency Craft.

    Serial 396 is an LCT(6) (LCT 779) carrying:
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, VII Corps.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, VII Corps.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, VII Corps.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, VII Corps.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, VII Corps.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, VII Corps.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, VII Corps.
    25 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, VII Corps.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck and 2 men from 3891 Quartermaster Truck Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 1 Platoon, 506 Quartermaster Car Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men, Liaison Officer from 4 Infantry Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men, Liaison Officer from 82 Airborne Division.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 2 men, Liaison Officer from 101 Airborne Division.

    Serial 397 is an LCT(6) (LCT 780) carrying:
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, VII Corps.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, VII Corps.
    29 men from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, VII Corps.
    2½ ton 6 X 6 truck with 1 ton trailer from Air Support Party.
    ¾ ton Weapons Carrier from Air Support Party.
    Halftrack M3 from Air Support Party.
    9 men from Air Support Party.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance from Headquarters Battery, VII Corps Artillery.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep from Headquarters Battery, VII Corps Artillery.
    7 men from Headquarters Battery, VII Corps Artillery.
    ¾ ton Command and Reconnaissance and 5 men from Headquarters Battery, 109 AAA Group.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 1 Platoon, 506 Quartermaster Car Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 1 Platoon, 506 Quartermaster Car Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 1 man from 1 Platoon, 506 Quartermaster Car Company.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Order of Battle Team
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Counter Intelligence Corps.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Counter Intelligence Corps.
    ¼ ton 4 X 4 Jeep and 3 men from Military Intelligence Team 419.
    3 men from Military Intelligence Team 419.

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    There will now be an interlude of indeterminate length while I gather and collate material.

    The postings above are simply a transcription of the Landing Tables with additional notes in some cases. Still to come are:
    Naval Force 'U'.
    Bombardment Force 'A'.
    Air Bombardment and support.
    Beach defenses.
    Clearing and operating the beach.
    VII Corps and 4 Division.
    The Airborne Landings.

    In the meantime I am correcting some errors in the material already posted. Some typing errors, some careless errors and some wrong interpretations. Hopefully not many.

    Mike.
     
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    NAVAL FORCE ‘U’.

    ORDERS.

    Western Task Force.
    Western Task Force will firmly establish 1st US Army ashore in positions north and east of the Carentan estuary in order to:
    Ensure the capture of the port of Cherbourg with minimum delay.
    Assist in securing a lodgement area as a base for further operations leading to the capture of the Brittany ports southwards to Nantes.


    Assault Force U
    Assault Force U will:
    Establish US VIII Corps ashore on selected beaches in the Madeleine area, 425005 to 455960.
    Land at H Hour on D Day on a one Regiment Combat Team front.
    Support military operations by naval gunfire in accordance with the Naval Gunfire Support Plan.
    Neutralise or destroy enemy batteries which threaten transports, landing craft or beaches.
    Destroy enemy searchlights which disclose our strength or threaten transports and landing craft.
    Deny the use of the Isles St. Marcouf and exploit their use for own AA batteries and radar.
    Exploit opportunities to develop small ports on the Cotentin Peninsula.
    Prevent the egress of enemy light naval units from the Carentan estuary.
    Be prepared to support the Area Screen against surface attack.
    Protect embarked troops from air, surface and submarine attack.
    Carry out Operation Big Drum.
    Carry out the Assembly and Staging Plan, the Convoy and Escort Plan and the Approach Plan.


    Carry out Operation Big Drum.
    Big Drum was a deception operation using four British HDML, Harbour Defence Motor Launches, known as Special Task Force C. They were to operate on the western flank of the invasion fleet to confuse the enemy as to the real width of the invasion area. By operating radar jamming equipment as they approached the French coast they hoped to give the impression that they were shielding an invasion force. They were to approach to within two miles of the coast and then hold position until first light. When no reaction was observed they approached even closer before finally returning to the UK. At the same time there was an airborne deception operation in which aircraft dropped chaff, radar reflecting tinfoil, to simulate a large group of troop carrying aircraft moving towards Cherbourg. These operations were intended to confuse the enemy and delay the movement of enemy troops to the actual landing beaches


    Deny the use of the Isles St. Marcouf.
    It was thought that the Germans could have troops on the Isles St. Marcouf, indeed some activity had been detected there. The islands were fairly close to the right flank of the intended boat lanes to the beach and while it was not thought likely that they would be a direct threat they were certainly well placed for observing all the activity in the area, both at sea and on the beaches. There were several heavy artillery batteries which could act on such observation.

    Early on D Day, at 0430, a detachment of 132 men from 4 and 24 Cavalry Squadrons landed on the islands. There were in fact no enemy there but there were casualties from enemy artillery fire and from mines. 2 men were killed and 17 injured. A high percentage considering that there was no opposition.


    Naval Force ‘U’ was the last D Day naval force to be formed and thus had less time to train than the others. It did take part in the ill fated Exercise Tiger when German E Boats got amongst Force ‘U’ and caused considerable loss of men and material. Two LSTs were sunk and one damaged. This was kept very secret but obviously the personnel must have been aware of it with a consequent lowering of morale

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    FORCE ‘U’ ASSEMBLY.

    Being the last naval force to be formed meant that it had to sail from ports, harbours and anchorages which were the furthest from the Normandy coast. They did however have the use of some fine anchorages such as Dartmouth, Salcombe, Plymouth and Poole. In many cases they shared these assembly points with craft from Force ‘O’ and other craft not connected to Western Task Force.

    Except where noted below all the following loaded personnel and vehicles at their respective assembly port or harbour.

    Yarmouth.
    36 LBV, Landing Barge Vehicle, moored at buoys.

    Poole.
    30 LCM(3) moored at buoys.
    3 LCM(3) (CRU) moored at buoys.
    4 ML moored at Town Quay.
    14 LBO (Landing Barge Oil) moored at buoys.
    8 LBE (Landing Barge Emergency Repair) moored at buoys.
    3 LBW (Landing Barge Water) moored at buoys.
    2 LBK (Landing Barge Kitchen) moored at buoys.

    Portland/Weymouth.
    14 LCP(L) Smoke moored above the bridge at Weymouth Harbour.
    3 LCM(3) (CRU) moored above the bridge at Weymouth Harbour.

    Exmouth.
    6 Large Barges anchored in the River Exe.

    Torbay.
    2 APA anchored in Torbay.
    1 LSI(L) anchored in Torbay.
    5 LCI(L) anchored in Torbay.
    6 LST anchored in Torbay.

    Brixham.
    3 PC moored at buoys in Brixham Harbour.
    48 LCT5 and 6 moored at buoys in Brixham Harbour.
    4 LST anchored or moored at buoys in Brixham Harbour.
    2 US Army Tugs moored at buoys in Brixham Harbour.

    Dartmouth.
    4 PC moored at buoys.
    3 ML moored at Coastal Forces buoys.
    2 HDML moored at Coastal Forces buoys.
    1 SC moored at Coastal Forces buoys.
    2 LCH moored at buoys.
    10 LST moored at buoys.
    10 LCI(L) moored at buoys.
    65 LCT(5) and LCT(6) moored at buoys.
    36 LCT4 moored at buoys.
    10 Rhinos anchored.
    13 PT moored at Coastal Forces buoys.
    37 LCM(3) moored at buoys with LCT(4)s.
    3 US Army Tugs anchored.
    Note: 11 LCT(5) carried stores and loaded at Plymouth.

    Salcombe.
    4 LCC moored at buoys.
    18 LCI(L) moored at buoys.
    16 LST moored at buoys.
    4 LCF moored at buoys.
    4 LCG moored at buoys.
    8 LCT(A) moored at buoys.
    14 Causeways at anchor.
    5 LCT(R) moored at buoys.
    4 SC moored at buoys.
    4 Rhino anchored.
    3 US Army Tugs anchored or moored at buoys.

    Note. The loading of LSTs caused problems so:
    6 LST move to Brixham to load and then moor at Torbay.
    6 LST which have been moored at Plymouth move to Salcombe to load and then moor there.

    Plymouth.
    20 LST moored at buoys.
    APA/Flagship Bayfield moored at buoy.
    14 LCI(L) moored at buoys.
    ARS Atlas moored at buoy.
    2 SC moored at Coastal Forces Quay.
    Escorts and minesweepers for Force ‘U’ also assembled at Plymouth.

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    SAILING.

    Naval Force ‘U’ sailed in a number of convoys:
    Convoy U1 was a fast (12 knot) convoy sailing from Dartmouth on D-1. It contained the transports and LCI(L).
    Convoy U2A was a slow convoy sailing from Dartmouth and Salcombe on D-2. It contained assorted LCTs.
    Convoy U2B was a slow convoy sailing from Dartmouth on D-2. It contained LSTs and Rhino Ferries.
    Convoy U3 was a slow convoy sailing from Dartmouth and Salcombe on D-1. It contained LSTs and Rhino Ferries.
    Convoy U4 was a slow convoy sailing from Plymouth on D-1. It contained LSTs and causeways.
    Convoy U5 was a slow convoy sailing from Poole on D-1. It contained service craft.
    Convoy U6 was a slow convoy sailing from Poole on D Day. It contained service craft.

    In addition there were the following.
    Force ‘U’ Fire Support.
    Force ‘U’ Minesweepers.
    Force ‘U’ Coasters.
    Tow UB1, UB2 and UB3 with store barges.

    Convoy sailing times were planned so that they arrived off Utah Beach at the correct time. Force ‘U’ had the furthest to travel of all five of the initial naval forces. It sailed along the south coast and then joined the Cross Channel route south of the Isle of Wight. Convoys for Utah used either Swept Channel 1 for fast convoys or Swept Channel 2 for slow convoys. As soon as possible the two channels were widened until they merged as Swept Channel 12. However later convoys used the same channel as convoys for Omaha Beach, Swept Channel 34.

    Fast convoys sailed at 12 knots.
    Slow Convoys sailed at 5 knots.

    Fast convoys usually consisted of transports, LCI(L) or LSTs. However those LSTs towing Rhino Ferries or pontoon causeways were limited to 5 knots and therefor sailed in slow convoys.

    Convoy U1.
    Convoy U1 was a fast convoy which sailed from Dartmouth on D-1. It was to arrive off Utah on the first tide of D Day using Swept Channel 1. It consisted of:
    3 X APA. USN Attack Transports
    LSI(L). British Landing Ship (Large)
    2 X LCH. Landing Craft Headquarters. Converted LCI(L).
    47 X LCI(L). Landing Craft Infantry (Large).
    HDML. Harbour Defence Motor Launch.

    The monitor HMS Erebus joined Convoy U1 off Portland.
    Convoy U1 was escorted by:
    3 X USN PC.
    3 X USN SC.
    RN Motor Launch.
    13 X USN PT Boats. These joined the defensive screen on arrival off the beaches.

    Convoy U2A.
    Convoy U2A was a slow convoy sailing from Dartmouth and Salcombe on D-2. It was to arrive off Utah on the first tide D Day using Swept Channel 2. It consisted of:
    36 X LCT(4). RN Landing Craft Tank Mk 4. Each towed a LCM(3) Landing Craft Medium Mk3.
    113 X LCT(5) and LCT(6). USN Landing Craft Tank.
    4 X LCC. Landing Craft Control.
    4 X LCF. Landing Craft Flak.
    4 X LCG. Landing Craft Gun.
    8 X LCT(A). Landing Craft Tank (Armoured).
    5 X LCT(R). Landing Craft Tank (Rocket).
    1 X HDML. Harbour Defence Motor Launch.
    36 X LCM(3) towed by LCT(4).

    Joining from Portland were:
    14 X LCP(L) Smoke.
    3 X LCM (Salvage).
    Convoy U2A was escorted by:
    2 X USN PC.
    1 X USN SC.
    1 X RN ML.

    Convoy U2B.
    Convoy U2B was a slow convoy sailing from Dartmouth on D-2. It was to arrive off Utah on the first tide of D day using Swept Channel 2. It consisted of:
    5 X LST each towing a Rhino Ferry.
    Each of these LST was to leave 4 LCVP.

    Convoy U2B was escorted by:
    2 X USN PC.
    1 X USN SC.
    1 X RN ML.

    Convoy U3.
    Convoy U3 was a slow convoy sailing from Dartmouth and Salcombe on D-1. It was to arrive on the second tide of D Day using Swept Channel 1. It consisted of:
    17 X LST six of which towed Rhino Ferries.
    4 X Stores Coasters joined the convoy at the entrance to Swept Channel 1.

    The four Stores Coasters sailed from the Solent on D Day. They joined Convoy O3 at Area Z, just south of the Isle of Wight before joining Convoy U3 at the entrance to Swept Channel 1.
    Each of the LST was to leave behind 4 LCVP.
    Convoy U3 was escorted by:
    2 X USN SC.
    3 X Anti Submarine Trawlers.

    Convoy U4.
    Convoy U4 was a slow convoy sailing from Plymouth on D-1. It was to join Convoy B3 off Plymouth and arrive on the first tide of D+1 using Channel 34. It consisted of:
    8 X LST towing 14 causeways.

    Convoy U5
    Convoy U5 sailed from Poole on D-1 and was to arrive off Utah on D Day pm using Swept Channel 1. It consisted of:
    3 X LCM Salvage.
    30 X LCM(3).
    36 X LBV. Landing Barge Vehicles loaded with stores.
    4 X refuelling trawlers.
    2 X LBW. Landing Barge Water.
    6 X LBO. Landing Barge Oil
    4 X LBK. Landing Barge Kitchen.
    Escorted by:
    2 X ML.

    Convoy U6.
    Convoy U6 sailed from Poole on D Day and was to arrive off Utah Beach on the morning of D+1 using Channel 34. It consisted of:
    18 X LBV. Landing Barge Vehicle.
    4 X LBE. Landing Barge Emergency Repair.
    1 Fuelling Trawlers.
    4 X LBO. Landing Barge Oil.
    2 X LBK. Landing Barge Kitchen.
    Escorted by:
    2 X ML.

    Fire Support.
    Bombardment Force ‘A’.
    Sail from the Clyde on D-1 and arrive off Utah early on D Day using Swept Channel 1. It consisted of:
    Battleship Nevada.
    Monitor.
    2 X Light Cruiser.
    2 X Heavy Cruiser.
    AA Cruiser.

    Force ‘U’ Minesweepers.
    Fast Channel 1.
    Sailing from Dartmouth on D-1.
    16 Minesweeping Flotilla RN. Fleet minesweepers to sweep Channel1.
    ‘A’ Minesweeping Flotilla USN. 11 X AM for inshore minesweeping.
    ‘Y’ Minesweeping Flotilla USN. 11 X YMS for inshore minesweeping.

    Slow Channel 2.
    14 Minesweeping Flotilla RN. Fleet minesweepers to sweep Channel 2.
    132 Minesweeping Flotilla RN. MMS for inshore minesweeping.

    Tows.
    Tow UB1. Sailed from Exmouth on D-1. To arrive on D+1 with two stores barges for Utah.
    Tow UB2. Sailed from Exmouth on D Day. To arrive on D+2 with one stores barge for Utah.
    Tow UB3. Sailed from Exmouth on D+1. To arrive on D+3 with one stores barge for Utah.

    Tows were towed by tugs as far as the depth of water allowed and then were manoeuvred ashore by ferry service craft. They were then allowed to dry out. Each barge carried 750 tons of stores, largely ammunition, which served as a reserve. Escorts were two AS trawlers from Force ‘O’ for UB1, two AS trawlers from Force ‘U’ for UB2 and one AS trawler from each force for UB3.

    By the time these tows arrived off the Normandy coast the swept channels had been widened and all convoys for the Western sector were using Channel 34.

    Not sailing under the orders of Force ‘U’ were a considerable number of pre loaded ships. These had loaded at various ports and were moored around the Bristol Channel. The Western Task Force would share these ships between Omaha and Utah beaches.
    104 Stores Coasters. Assorted.
    37 Motor Transport Ships. Liberty ships or similar.
    9 Personnel ships.

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