British Navy Landing Craft LCA-1377

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British Navy Landing Craft LCA-1377

British Navy Landing Craft LCA-1377

Carries American troops to a ship, in a British port during preparations for the Normandy invasion, circa May-June 1944.
Note British Sailors in the boat's conning station.
Letters "PB" on the boat's side indicate that it is assigned to the HMS Prince Baudouin.
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Good Evening
I believe I can identify one of the royal navy crew man as my grandfather Reginald Manville Stocker 1st Class. He was assigned to the Price Baldwin. That LCA first dropped the rangers off at Point du hoc then went onto Omaha.
 

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