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LST MK.2 Class LST-511 sub-class LOA 328′ TDISP 3,800 tons (ca. 1000 built over 3 sub-classes, at least 5 transferred to Royal Thai Navy) for other sister-ships and more information see USN retired landing ships listing.
HTMS Phangan LST-713 (1966-ca.2005) formerly USS Stark County LST-1134 (1945-1966) now a museum ship on the Western coast of Ko Pha Ngan Island
Landing Craft Support (Large) MK.3 ex-USN LOA 158′ TDISP 250 tons. About 130 built for USN, several transferred, including 1 unit to Royal Thai Navy, which has been preserved.
HTMS Nakha 751 (1966-2007) formerly USS LCS(L) 102 (1945 – 1949) active during Battle of Okinawa. Transferred to Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force as JDS Himawari (1953 – 1965) returned to US and currently restored by Landing Craft Support Museum, Mare Island CA
Landing Ship Infantry Large LCI(L)-351 class LOA 157′ TDISP 400 tons (2 transferred to Thailand) HTMS Prab 741 (1947-ca.2006) formerly USN LCI(M) 670 (1944-1947) was sunk as a dive wreck in May 2011 AND HTMS Satakut 742 (1947-ca.2006) formerly USN LCI(M) 739 was also sunk as a dive wreck, June 2011.
Landing Craft Utility LCU LOA at least two types, LOA 178′ or 130′ several in service