Bacolod class Logistics Support Vessel LOA 273′ TDISP 4,065 tons (2 active, service since 1993)
BRP Bacolod LS-550 (1993)
LST MK2 class LOA 328′ TDISP 4,080 tons (27 transferred from US, 3 active, 1 as a grounded observation post)
BRP Laguna LT-501 (1976) LST-1 type, formerly USS LST-230 (1943-1946) participated at both Normandy and Southern France landings. Very rare active LST-1 type, with the elevator leading down to the tank deck and bow doors.
BRP Benguet LT-507 (1976) LST-542 type. formerly USS LST-692 (1944-1946) Participated in landing of Southern France (1951-1955) reactivated for Korean War service. Renamed USS Daviess County LST-692 (1955-1964)
BRP Zamboanga Del Sur LT-86 LST-542 type. Formerly LST-975 (1945-1946) Pacific Campaign then service with Army, recommissioned for Korean War service (1950-1956) renamed USS Marion County (1956-1963). Transferred to Republic of Vietnam Navy (South Vietnam) and served as RVNS Cam Ranh HQ-500 (1963-1975) escaped Vietnam to Subic Bay. Scrapped 2015 nearby.
BRP Sierra Madre LT-57 (1976) formerly USS LST-821 (1944-1946), participated in Okinawa landings in Pacific Campaign then USS Harnett County (1951-1970) transferred to Republic of Vietnam (South) as RVNS My Tho HQ-800 (1970-1975). Grounded 1999 in the Spratly Islands at Second Thomas Shoal to serve as an outpost, and due to the ongoing territorial disputes.
BRP Lanao del Norte LT-504 (1976-2004) formerly USS LST-566 (1944-1946) then Military Sealift Command USNS LST-666 (1952-1973). Grounded and abandoned near dock atThitu / Pag-Asa Island.
ex-Mulgae 78 (2015) Mulgae LCU-72 class LOA 138′ TDISP 415 tons. Korean-built version of a US LCU 1610 class. formerly Republic of Korea Navy LCU-78 (ca. 1979-2014) transferred to Philippines.
BRP Tagbanua AT-296 (2011) heavy LCU LOA 169′ TDISP 580 tons
BRP Manobo AT-297 (ca. 2010) LCU LOA 150′ TDISP unknown
Balikpapan class LCU LOA 146′ TDISP 520 tons (2 active with Philippine Navy, service since 2015) Australian built ships, RAN service 1973-2015.
Landing Craft Utility MK 6 LOA 119′ TDISP 260 tons. Old US WW2 era LCUs transferred to the Philippine Navy. (3 active)