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Not really a question, But to let you know, the boat is actually an LCM-6, the photo you're using is of a World War Two LCM-3. Not the

The boats are of different lengths, different beam, different power, different weights not exactly the same construction. Its a landing craft, but not a World War Two boat, the "6's" didn't come out till late 1950's.

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Thanks. That was the closest picture that I could find at the time I wrote the article.

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