Windham County

Windham County may refer to:

  • USS LST-1170, a United States Navy landing ship tank commissioned in 1954 and renamed USS Windham County (LST-1170) in 1955
  • USS Windham County (LST-1170), a United States Navy landing ship tank in commission from 1954 to 1973

Other articles related to "windham county, windham, county":

USS Windham County (LST-1170) - Atlantic, Caribbean, and Mediterranean Service
... Following shakedown and type training, she was renamed USS Windham County (LST-1170) on 1 July 1955 and spent much of July and August 1955 in more training exercises ... On 21 February 1956, Windham County reported to the Norfolk Naval Shipyard at Portsmouth, Virginia, for overhaul and conversion ... From January 1957 to mid-March 1957, Windham County operated off the Virginia Capes area ...
List Of New England Towns - Vermont - Windham County
... Wardsboro Westminster Whitingham Wilmington Windham Former town Somerset Somerset disincorporated in 1937 due to population loss ... It is the only territory in Somerset County that is not currently incorporated prior to 1937, Windham County was entirely incorporated ...
List Of Connecticut Tornadoes - 1975–1999
... tracked 5 miles (8 km) through central Litchfield County ... June 30, 1976 An F2 touched down in northern Litchfield County ... and injured 500 in northern Hartford County ...

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