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Control Craft 3Excerpt from National Geographic, June 2002:Craft

'As landing craft approached Omaha and Utah Beaches on June 6, 1944,they were guided by Scouts and Raiders in several LCC—Landing Craft, Control.One of the boat captains off Omaha Beach was Lt. Phil Bucklew, who sawthat sea conditions were too dangerous for launching amphibious duplexdrive (DD) tanks from landing craft several miles at sea. Unfortunately,his radio report was ignored. Most of the DD tanks that were launched towardOmaha Beach sank, some taking crewmen to the floor of the shallow but deadlyBay of the Seine.

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LANDING CRAFT, CONTROL (MARK I) LCC (1)

Operational UseAs lead-in navigational craft forlanding boats, to mark line of departure, for traffic control, for preliminaryhydrographic surveys.
DescriptionSimilar in appearance to the LCS(S). This steel-hull craft is distinguished by its collapsible antennaeand radar. Usually carried on the decks of APA's and AKA's and loweredby booms. Not intended to beach.
Endurance500 miles @ 10 kts., 240 miles atmax. speed.
Speed13½ kts. (max.)
DimensionsLength, 56')' o.a. Beam, 13'7'
Displacement30 tons.
Draft3'11½' (max.)
CapacityCrew only
Armament3 twin .50 cal. Machine Guns on ringmounts, smoke pots.
Armor¼' STS on bridge and gun cockpits
Special EquipmentGyro Compass
Odograph (small DRT)
NK-2 echo sound receiver
ZB RU radio directional equipment
NJ-8 echo sound receiver
2-TCS radio transmitter receivers
Gyro repeater
2-SCR 610 (FM radio transmitter receivers
Crew14
Propulsion2 Diesels, 225 hp each
Fuel550 gals, fuel oil.

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RobertLouis Curl, D-Day Remembered - an LCC crew member