Was flipping through the channels and ran across the Discovery Channel's "Expedition Unknown" and a show on Normandy. (The whole show was interesting). One segment was the diving on the wreck of an LST they thought was LST-523. After learning it was misidentified on the maps, it proved to be LST 496 which struck a mine and sunk on the 11th of June with a loss of 22 lives and 31 tanks. My brother was in "A" Company, 67th AR of the 2nd Armored Division and I remember from the 67th AR History, and the After Action Report, that the LST carrying "G" and "C" Company and part of Hq. Company of the 3rd Bn. struck a mine on the 11th and took about an hour to sink. The LST just behind 496 was carrying "A" Company and pulled alongside to take on personnel- but was waved off by two British Destroyers that transferred the men off the sinking LST. Since LCT 496 was the only LST lost that day, it was definitely the one carrying elements and equipment of the 67th Armored Regiment. Thinking my brother watched it sink really added something personal to the show.