Western Naval Task Force
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Western Naval Task Force was the name used for several groups of warships during amphibious landings in World War II.
- A force under Rear-Admiral Hewitt that landed US Army units during the Operation Torch, the Allied invasion of French North Africa in 1942
- A force under Rear-Admiral Hewitt that landed US Army units during the Allied invasion of Sicily in 1943
- A force under Admiral Hewitt that landed the US Fifth Army during the Allied invasion of Italy in 1943
- A force under Admiral Kirk that landed the US First Army during the invasion of Normandy in 1944
- A force under Admiral Hewitt that landed the US Army during the Operation Dragoon, the Allied invasion of Southern France in 1944
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