Newport Class LOA 522′ / 159.1 m TDISP 8,450 tons (2 active with Taiwan)
ROCS Chung Ping 233 (1997) formerly USS Sumter LST-1181 (1970-1995)
ROCS Chung Ho 232 (1997) formerly USS Manitowic LST-1180 (1970-1995)
Mk II LST (LST-542 class) LOA 328′ / 100 m TDISP 4,080 tons
ROCS Zhong Jian LST-205 (1948) formerly USS LST-716 (1944-1948) Pacific War veteran, at landings of Iwo Jima and Okinawa. Incredibly, still active as of 2021.
ROCS Kao Hsiung LCC-1 LST 512 class converted to Command and Control Ship, Amphibious flagship (1957). Recently extensively modified with radar tower and possibly a VLS or other launching system. Formerly USS Dukes County LST-735 (1944-1957) service in World War Two Pacific Campaign landings and Korean War. Taiwan News had more information in a Nov. 2019 article.
Landing Ship (Medium) LSM
LSM-1 class LOA 204′ / 62.2 m TDISP 900 tons (17 ex-USN LSMs, with WW2 service, Taiwanese naval service ca. 1946-2004, during which they were extensively updated, most retired by late 1990s, all scrapped or sunk)
Landing Craft Utility LOA ca. 130′ / 39.6 m TDISP 400 tons. 2 different types, the “Taiwan type” LOA 136′ locally built versions of US LCUs, with ramps at both ends, and the Japanese-built LOA 120′, with a ramp at the bow.