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USS BEXAR (APA-237)
Attack transport Bexar saw extensive action in Korean
waters during United Nations efforts in containing
communist aggression. She debarked troops for the
amphibious landings at Inchon and at Wonsan. Bexar
earned three battle stars for her Korean operations
USS AUSTIN (LPD-4)
This versatile transport carries both helicopters and landing
craft and is capable of putting "vertical envelopment"
troops and heavy equipment ashore during the same
hibious assault force. The spirit of Texas lives in her motto:
Alamo, a dock landing ship, is a unit of the nation's ready amp,
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