Royal Navy Landing Ships

Royal Navy Landing Ships

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Landing Ship Logistics (LSL)

Round Table Class LOA 413′ TDISP 6,700 tons (7 built, 2 to a modified, design, 1 sunk during Falklands War) 2 still in service transferred to Brazil. Some received a service life update and were lengthened by 40′.

DRAGON HAMMER '90

RFA Sir Percivale L-3036 during NATO exercise DRAGON HAMMER 1990 NARA: 330-CFD-DN-SC-90-08858 PH1 (Aw) Raymond H. Turner Ii

RFA Sir Tristram L-3505 (1967-2005) extensively damaged during Falklands War, still in use as a training ship, including for Special Boat Service, in Portland Harbour.RFA Sir Tristram Portland 2017

Coast Guard Port Security patrol boat escorts the Sir Galahad

RFA Sir Galahad (II) L-3005 carrying humanitarian supplies to Iraq, 2003 US Navy Official 1083334 Courtesy US Coast Guard Headquarters.

RFA Round Table Class LSL Falmouth 2006

This is most likely Sir Galahad II, based on the longer LOA.

Round Table class LSL Birkenhead 2007

Landing Ship Tanks (LST)

Mk.3 LST LOA 346′ TDISP 4,900 tons (61 built, none preserved)

HMS Stalker (ex-LST-3515) (1947 – 1970) built in Esquimalt, BC, Canada. From 1958 was a submarine support ship, sold 2002, scrapped 2010 despite local efforts to preserve her.HMS Stalker LST

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