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  • ...lity (LCU)''' are large landing craft which, as opposed to most other such craft, are not simply ship-to-shore shuttles but can operate for up to 10 days at ...carried about [[Landing Platform Dock]] ships, or may serve as independent utility boats in a port or in a coastal area. Their range, at 8 knots, is 1200 m
    3 KB (429 words) - 10:08, 13 August 2010
  • A large [[landing craft]] type that is not tightly dependent on an amphibious warfare ship for supp
    187 B (29 words) - 00:43, 12 September 2009
  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Landing Craft Utility]]. Needs checking by a human.
    554 B (72 words) - 22:58, 11 January 2010

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  • {{r|Landing craft, mechanized}} {{r|Landing Craft Utility}}
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  • {{r|Landing Craft Rocket}} {{r|Landing craft, mechanized}}
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  • A '''Landing Ship Tank''' ('''LST''') is the largest seagoing [[amphibious warfare]] ...ft Air Cushion]] (LCAC), launched from the well decks of ships such as a [[Landing Platform Dock]].
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  • #REDIRECT [[Landing Craft Utility]]
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  • {{r|Landing craft}} {{r|Landing craft air cushion||**}}
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  • ...lity (LCU)''' are large landing craft which, as opposed to most other such craft, are not simply ship-to-shore shuttles but can operate for up to 10 days at ...carried about [[Landing Platform Dock]] ships, or may serve as independent utility boats in a port or in a coastal area. Their range, at 8 knots, is 1200 m
    3 KB (429 words) - 10:08, 13 August 2010
  • {{r|Landing Craft Rocket}} {{r|Landing Craft Utility}}
    1 KB (157 words) - 23:42, 11 January 2010
  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Landing Platform Dock]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Landing Craft Utility}}
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  • ...one; width:350px;"><div class="thumbcaption">'''24 Nov 1982.''' Amphibious landing vehicles (LVTP-7) come ashore. These Marines and equipment are a part of ...mechanized|mechanized landing craft]] (LCM), right, and a utility landing craft come ashore during Exercise Solid Shield '83.</div></div>
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  • '''Landing craft''' include a wide range of boats employed in [[amphibious warfare]], specif ...craft are carried to the landing area aboard a larger ship, there are some landing vessels that qualify as ships able to travel independently, although usu
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  • ...ding Craft Air Cushion]] and [[Landing Craft Utility]]. Since the landing craft are slower and have a shorter range than helicopters and tilt-rotor transpo *Embarked Landing Force: 699 (66 officers, 633 enlisted); surge capacity to 800.
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  • ...ure, with [[F-35B Lightning II]] [[STOVL|short-takeoff-vertical-landing aircraft]]. They can carry 1,870 combat-equipped troops as well as aircraft and boats to transport them. They have 50 regular and 16 ICU medical beds
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  • ...r a [[Maritime Commission]] contract (MC hull 1193) on 22 May 1944 at [[Oakland, Calif.]], by the [[Moore Dry Dock Co.]]; launched on 8 July 1944; sponsore ...November]] to [[24 November]] and sailed the next day for the [[Hawaiian Islands]].
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  • ...([[Curtiss P-40]]s) on board, earmarked for the defense of the base in Iceland. The convoy reached [[Reykjavík]] on [[6 August]], with ''Wasp'' launching ...cleared Iceland for a rendezvous with west-bound convoy ON 35 south of Iceland.
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  • {{r|Landing Craft Utility}}
    593 B (75 words) - 00:03, 12 January 2010
  • {{r|Transport aircraft||**}} {{r|Landing Craft Utility||**}}
    451 B (57 words) - 04:22, 27 July 2010
  • {{r|Landing Craft Utility}}
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  • ...a [[Maritime Commission]] contract (MC hull 1189) on 7 April 1944 at [[Oakland, Calif.]], by the [[Moore Dry Dock Co.]]; launched on 29 May 1944; sponsore ...k'' departed the west coast at 1430 the following day, bound for [[Manus Island|Manus]] in the [[Admiralties]].
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  • ...[[40mm/56 caliber gun|twin 40&nbsp;mm AA guns]], <br/>16 × [[20mm antiaircraft gun|20&nbsp;mm AA guns]] '''USS ''Union'' (AKA-106)''' was a Tolland-class [[attack cargo ship]]. The source of her name is unknown, but when sh
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  • ...ombat information spaces to be used by the amphibious forces commander and landing force commander during large-scale operations. ''Wasatch'' served as a c ...award to await the dawn when she would again close the beach to direct the landing operations. Retaliatory air strikes did not come near the command ship o
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