LVT

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a large gray tank sitting inside of a building
LVT1 at the LVT Museum
the inside of a building with metal doors
LVT1 at the LVT Museum
LVT2 at the LVT Museum Track
LVT2 at the LVT Museum
two boats are in the water near a large yellow boat that is going into a tunnel
Pinturas, láminas e imágenes de la Segunda Guerra Mundial
Desembarcando LVT desde una LST, 1944-45. Peter Dennis
an old black and white photo of two tanks in the snow
6x4 Gloss Photo ww93E Normandy D Day Beach Alligators
Des "Alligators" abandonnés, en 1945 peut-être à Utah Beach / Char amphibies LVT Alligators, abandonnés en 1945 (au dessus du Ruquet ou à Utah Beach. A Omaha Beach 2 compagnies de camions amphibies DUKW disposaient de LVT pour évaluation de leurs possibilités.
an army tank is shown in three different views
LVT-2 Water Buffalo (1942)
A 4-view drawing of the LVT-2 from The Blueprints.com
an old black and white photo of two large tanks in the water
Battle school in Britain – World War II Today
alligator amphibious transporter
an old black and white photo of people riding on a boat in the middle of water
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Training of women Marines at New River, North Carolina, June 18, 1943. Shown: Getting their first ride in a Landing Vehicle Tracked (LVT) -- “alligator”. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.
“Howlin’ Mad” Smith uttered the words “No LVTs, no operation!” to Rear Adm. Richmond Kelly Turner when his request for amphibious vehicles, LVT-2s, was denied. Auvergne, History, Devil Dogs, Rear Admiral, Western Front, Tanks Military
Warfare History Network
“Howlin’ Mad” Smith uttered the words “No LVTs, no operation!” to Rear Adm. Richmond Kelly Turner when his request for amphibious vehicles, LVT-2s, was denied.
an old black and white photo of tanks on the beach
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Floating conveyors LVT-2 landing on the island of Iwo Jima.