On 26 July, after a rough transit which had taken her through the developing Typhoon "Ora", the ship returned to Vietnam at . The next day, she embarked men and equipment of the Army's 572rd Light Equipment Company for transportation north to . She anchored there the same day and began unloading. That operation lasted two days and proved difficult and hazardous due to the soft sand beach, large numbers of fishing craft and equipment crowding the area and large amounts of debris. On the 29th, she headed north from Tuy Hòa to evacuate a South Vietnamese unit from . That reverse amphibious operation saved the unit the heavy casualties it would have sustained fighting its way south along routes held by strong insurgent forces. Winston departed Qui Nhơn on 31 July and delivered the South Vietnamese troops to Tuy Hòa that same day. Over the next three days and nights, she completed another difficult unloading operation complicated by the proximity of the enemy and the possibility of hostile fishing craft. She departed the Vietnamese coast on 3 August and, after a stop at Okinawa, arrived at Yokosuka on the 11th. A week later, she headed home, stopped at Pearl Harbor from 27 to 29 August, arrived back in San Diego on 5 September, and resumed local operations along the southern California coast.. USS Winston (AKA-94/LKA-94) was an Andromeda-class attack cargo ship named after counties in Alabama and Mississippi. She served as a commissioned ship for 19 years and 11 months.. Adolf Eichmann was a thin little man with bow legs and a hook nose. In the civilian world he had been viewed as of no account, a socially awkward loser with little to redeem himself..