USS LCI(L)-219 (LCI(L)-219)
Landing Craft Infantry of the LCI 1 class
|Navy||The US Navy|
|Type||Landing Craft Infantry|
|Built by||George Lawley & Sons (Neponset, Massachusetts, U.S.A.)|
|Ordered||3 Jun 1943|
|Laid down||8 Oct 1942|
|Launched||6 Nov 1942|
|Commissioned||20 Nov 1942|
|Lost||11 Jun 1944|
Lost off Normandy, France on 11 June 1944
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Notable events involving LCI(L)-219 include:
20 Feb 1944
USS LCI(L)-219 (Lt. Albert J. Corsi, USNR) picks up 73 survivors of the American landing ship USS LST-348 that was torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-410 that day about 22 nautical miles southwest of Gaeta, Italy in position 40°57’N, 13°14’E.