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USS LST was a United States Navy LSTclass tank landing ship used primarily in the Nickname(s): "Blackjack Maru" LST joined Convoy MKS 38 at Bizerta, Tunisia, in January , as it was en route to Gibraltar, arriving 1.


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Another escort joined the search, but a few minutes later they gave up the search and took station with the convoy. She took the British LCT K in tow at and took station in an outbound convoy but the vibration cut her speed and she was unable to keep up with the convoy. Lillian M. Lloyd; and commissioned on 14 April , Lieutenant Charles M. LST beached and discharging its vehicles there as part of that rehearsal for invasion. At , they received a radio message that a submarine, U , was sunk off the port side of the convoy. Considerable activity was observed on the beaches and the "Jig Green" beach area was under fire from a German 8. The LST then got underway for her assigned anchorage. The pilot kept repeating this to the Escort Commander, until the reply came back: "Stop telling us about it and get the 'bowstud. At , all LSTs were detached from the main convoy and they headed east to make land. On 10 February , soon after daybreak, the Convoy Commodore sent out another message to all ships announcing that a fourth submarine had been sunk during the night. At , 28 September, they arrived at Taranto and discharged their cargo during the morning. On January 31, an oceangoing tug out of Oran came alongside each ship in the group to deliver charts for the approaches to Plymouth, England, as they had left Bizerte without such charts. She was the first ship to land tanks on the Adriatic coast. All units began loading vehicles. At , the escort reported unidentified aircraft and fired its anti-aircraft guns. On 29 September, they took aboard 27 tanks and 18 vehicles as well as officers and men of the 5th and 12th Canadian Transport Regiments. At , the fog lifted and at the convoy executed an emergency turn to starboard. Ten minutes later ships began making smoke on a red alert, followed nine minutes later by a second red alert. At daybreak on 8 February , planes from the escort carriers were covering the convoy. At , 27 September, they arrived at Catania and anchored awaiting further orders. They were noted to have air coverage as a protection against glider bombs. On 5 December, an air raid was reported but she beached at her destination without incident. One down. At shells from another German 8. Blair, USNR. LST took aboard all vehicles and officers and men. LST went to General Quarters but the escort later gave up the search. At , they sighted an unidentified aircraft dead ahead and high. Because of the change in destination from Plymouth to Milford Haven, and thus having no charts of the south coast of Ireland, LST ' s navigation officer took a plotting sheet and drew in the mineswept channel and the lights were plotted in by taking their position from the Admiralty list of lights. At 15;10 another escort on the starboard bow made a contact and ran alongside the starboard side of the convoy and, at dropped one depth charge. On 1 April, they reached Lough Foyle , and anchored off Moville , before proceeding toward Derry with a pilot, and to the naval base at Lisahally. At , they arrived at Taranto and anchored in the outer harbor. Enemy aircraft were active intermittently during the early morning of 11 June , and at on that date she joined a northbound convoy for the Thames River. After being repaired, she remained in service between England and Normandy, making shuttle runs back and forth. Off the Gulf of Tunis the group was ordered to return to Bizerte , Tunisia. At , an escort on the starboard bow indicated a contact. She then proceeded to New York on 1 June , for availability. At , they got underway for Manfredonia staying well inshore to avoid the unswept minefields off the coast. At she retracted from the beach and proceeded to the outbound area awaiting anchorage. At they began loading 71 vehicles and officers and men of the King's Royal Rifles. At they got underway for Crotone , Italy, arriving at that port at , 21 September. On 16 March, LST was moved to the drydock where it remained until 22 March, at which time it returned to the basin. On 2 October, they departed Manfredonia, proceeded south along the Italian Coast and anchored at in Brindisi Harbor. No damage to LST resulted from any of these attacks. British cruisers lying about two miles three point two kilometres off shore carried out a naval bombardment of that area. At , they got underway for Taranto, Italy. They sailed without incident until 5 February, when, at , one of the destroyer escorts let go with a white flare and started screening the starboard side of the convoy with a smokescreen. At , an escort ahead indicated an underwater contact and, at , dropped five depth charges in quick succession. On 8 October, the Group arrived at Algiers at Embarking officers and men of the 15th Indian Corps as well as 13 "Lee" medium tanks , she was underway on 3 December, rendezvousing with LST on 4 December, under escort of two Royal Indian Navy launches, with one B Liberator and four Spitfires as aerial escorts. The Group arrived at Catania at , on 22 September. At approximately , a plane reported a sub on the surface bearing degrees. At , the convoy changed course and started the last leg of the route toward the British Isles. At , fog set in and all ships were out of sight of LST which turned on navigation lights and sounded whistle to avoid collision. At , they received another message from the Commodore confirming the sinking of a third submarine. It was determined that they had run into a " wolf pack ". After passing Algiers , the entire contingent of LSTs was ordered at return immediately to Algiers. At she discharged six DUKWs from her ramp. On 9 February, at , the convoy resumed it course. Note the nickname "Virgin" on the "Sherman" tank at left.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The convoy presumed they were spotted. At they entered Manfredonia harbor and discharged their tanks. She returned to New York on 14 December , and then sailed for Norfolk, arriving there on 7 January Captained by Lt. Red alerts, smoke making and anti-aircraft fire, along with explosions on the beach followed, there being a large fire off the port quarter. LST arrived in Plymouth, on 4 March, and remained moored there overnight. On the morning of 24 September, they entered Bizerte harbor and discharged their cargo. On 12 February , at LST entered Milford Haven and at moored off the town of Milford following what was described as a rough and tiring trip. She proceeded alone at best speed and arrived off Calshot , England, reporting damage and remained anchored from 16 to 18 June, awaiting availability at Southampton Repair Docks. Arriving on 12 June, she proceeded to the King George Fifth Docks in London and moored to take aboard 31 English ammunition trucks and Army personnel. At , two British aircraft carriers and seven sloops as escorts rendezvoused with the convoy. On 13 June, she moved to convoy anchorage area due south of Southend , England, and at was underway in Convoy EWT 8 , arriving at the "Gold" assault area at on 14 June, proceeding to "Jig Green" beach. A serious vibration on the starboard shaft became apparent. On 1 November , she departed for Hampton Roads, with a load of ammunition. At she struck a submerged wreck but passed clear and beached at LST , however, stranded in the same wreck. At , an escort astern indicated contact but continued with the convoy after a brief delay. The escorts and planes were noted to be having a difficult time with communications due to all of the contacts, real or imagined. The Group arrived off of Barletta on 1 October, at They heaved to off the harbor and were boarded by British Naval Officers in Charge, who instructed them to proceed to Manfredonia to discharge the cargo. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}She was launched on 18 February ; sponsored by Mrs. En route the Rhino tug broke loose and drifted off. Unloading was completed at on 15 June , and the LST retracted from the beach and proceeded to the outbound sailing anchorage. An escort ahead opened fire and it soon disappeared into the clouds. At on 9 June, she was underway in convoy for the "Gold" assault area, arriving off the Normandy coast on 10 June , and underway to "Jig Green" beach at Made smoke on red alert and observed considerable anti-aircraft fire and bomb bursts. At , the convoy executed an emergency turn of 45 degrees to port, and at resumed course. The first load was taken into the beach at by Rhino ferry and at LST got underway toward the beach to meet the Rhino ferry which was laboring through tidal current setting due east. At LST anchored off the harbor. They arrived without incident at Taranto, Italy at , 20 September, and discharged their cargo. The weather was thick and visibility only about a mile and a half. With that as a chart, they proceeded through the mineswept channel. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. LST ' s radioman tuned into an extra receiver on the escorts' and the planes' frequency and the officers and crew in LST ' s wheelhouse listened in on their communications. LST went to General Quarters. The seas were choppy and the wind freshening. On the evening of 13 August , the ship passed through Gibraltar and early in the afternoon of 14 August , landed in Oran , Algeria. On 7 February , at , an escort off of the starboard beam hoisted the black pennant and dropped a depth charge.