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Ralph Langenheim - World War II

Ralph Langenheim served as an officer in the United States Navy during World War II. Langenheim received training in the amphibious force and then assigned to a Landing Craft-Infantry (LCI). His ship traveled around Gibraltar, the Azores, England, and France. The ship was involved in D-Day and later the invasion of southern France. He later shipped to Kodiak Island in Alaska to prepare for an invasion of Asia.

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Portrait of Ralph Langenheim.

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Another portrait of Ralph Langenheim.

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Rear view of three ships.

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