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    D-Day, a Reunion and 'Hell by the Sea' [Image 1 of 3]

    D-Day, a Reunion and 'Hell by the Sea'

    CARRABELLE, FL, UNITED STATES

    03.12.2011

    Photo by Sgt. Elisebet Freeburg 

    143d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)

    Soldiers from the 824th Transportation Company (Heavy Boat) opened the Army Reserve vessel, Landing Craft Utility 2031 New Orleans, to the public for free tours March 12 during the 16th annual Camp Gordon Johnston reunion held in Carrabelle, Fla. During World War II, the temporary Camp Gordon Johnston trained approximately 250,000 amphibious soldiers, most of whom would continue on to fight in Europe and the Pacific. Stationed in Tampa, Fla., the 824th TC reports to the 332nd Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 143d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary).

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    Date Taken: 03.12.2011
    Date Posted: 04.19.2011 11:38
    Photo ID: 391705
    VIRIN: 110312-A-BD390-003
    Resolution: 2144x1424
    Size: 358.79 KB
    Location: CARRABELLE, FL, US 

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