COAST GUARD CRAFT SINKING - A Coast Guard LCI (Landing Craft, Infantry) lists sharply after being fatally hit during the invasion of the coast of France. One man clings to a life raft (left), another lies wounded on a stretcher, and a third sprawls dead on the deck. The wounded were transferred to an assault transport before the ship plunged beneath the waves.
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