Action Report of LCI(L) 958 on the Nasugbu Landing, Jan 1945 - Batangas History, Culture and Folklore

Action Report of LCI(L) 958 on the Nasugbu Landing, Jan 1945

Transcription of an action report on the 31 January 1945 Nasugbu landing from the LCI(L) 958. This is a declassified document2 taken from the United States National Archives.

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Historic Batangas Documents
USSLCI (L) 958
c/o Fleet Post Office
San Francisco, Calif.

7 February 1945




Commanding Officer
Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Fleet

Commander Task Unit 78.2.3
Commander Task Group 78.2
Commander Task Force 78
Commander Task Force 76
Commander Seventh Fleet

(a) Article 874(6), U.S. Navy Reg. 1920
(b) Com7Phip.Conf. Str. FE 25/A16-3 ser. 0212 of February 1944.

Action Report-Nasugbu Bay, Luzon, P.I.
1. Left anchorage at 0745, 27 January 1945 in compliance with orders, proceeded to prearranged point.

2. Proceeded according to operational orders 1-45, at 1800 27 January 1945.

3. All operations orders carried out in accordance with plans and this date, 1130, 1 February 1945 anchored in Mangarin Bay, Mindoro, P.I.

4. Total number of Army units aboard 171 Men and 7 Officers.

5. Unit carried on board, 11th Airborne Div, 187th Infantry Para Glider, HDQ 1st Bn. less Detachment HDQ 2nd Bn.

[Sgd.] W. R. McCracken

To view or download the original document, please refer to Item 2 below under Notes and References.

Notes and references:
1 LCI(L)
stands for Landing Craft Infantry” Large. Wikipedia.
2 LCI(L)-958 - Rep of ops in the assault landing at Nasugbu, Luzon Is, Philippines, 1/31/45,” online at the United States National Archives.

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