USS LCI(L) 978|
c/o Fleet Post Office
San Francisco, Calif.
|Confidential||5 February 1945|
|From:||The Commanding Officer|
|To:||The Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Fleet.|
(1) Commander Task Unit 78.2.3 (ComLCIFlot15)|
(2) Commander Task Group 78.2 (ComPhibGroup 8)
(3) Commander Task Force 78 (Com7thPhib).
(4) Commander SEVENTH Flet
|Subject:||Action Report, Nasugbu Operation|
(a) Article 874(6), U.S. Navy Regulations, 1920|
(b) Com7thPhib Conf. ltr. Serial 0212, dated 17 February 1944.
(c) ALNAV 215 of December 1944.
1. Part I (omitted)
2. Part II – In accordance with CTG 78.2 Operation Plan 1-45, this ship loaded troops of the 11th Airborne Division on 26 January 1945 at Leyte, P.I. Troops were transported to and landed on the beach-head at Nasugbu, Luzon Is., P.I. at 0825 on 31 January 1945 without casualty. This ship returned to Mindoro Island, P.I. and loaded troops of the 19th Infantry on 4 February 1945. These troops were transported to and landed on the previously secured beach-head at Nasugbu, Luzon Is., P.I. at 0808 on 5 February 1945.
3. Part III – No ammunition expended.
4. Part IV – No battle damage on this ship. It was impossible to estimate the damage to enemy after the beach was bombarded.
5. Part V – No comments.
6. Part VI – All personnel performed their duties as directed without casualty.
2 “COM LCI(L) GR 44 - Rep of ops In the assault landing on 1/31/45 & resupply landing on 2/5/45 at Nasugbu, Luzon Is, Philippines,” online at the United States National Archives.