Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships

Office of the Chief of Naval Operations
Naval History Division • Washington


(LCI(L)-92: dp. 387, l. 160; b. 23'; dr. 5'11"; s. 15 k.; cpl. 24; a. 4 20mm.)

USS LCI(L)-92 was laid down at Orange, Tex. by the Consolidated Ship Building Co. 9 November 1942; launched 3 January 1943; and commissioned 13 February 1943; and reported for duty with LCI(L) Flotilla 4.

Assigned to the European Theater, LCI(L)-92 was struck by a mine at Omaha beach on D-Day and beached. Unsalvagable, LCI(L)-92 was struck from the Navy list on 13 November 1944.

LCI(L)-92 was awarded one battle star for service in World War II.

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