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Question 1:
How long is the Landing Ship, Tank?
148 m oa
o/a
57.92 m oa
300 ft o/a

Question 2:
What was the complement of the Landing Ship, Tank
605
4
29
98 Combined Operations personnel

Question 3: In 1954, the British Transport Commission (BTC) took over the ASN under the Labour Governments ________ policy.
Socialist InternationalNationalizationSocialismLibertarian socialism

Question 4: This article includes text from the ________ Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships.
Intellectual propertyCopyrightCopyright infringementPublic domain

Question 5:
At the same time some other improvements were made as well as simplifications needed to allow for ________ most of the structure.
SteelReamerScrewRivet

Question 6: Originally ________ was chosen, but opposition from other operators led to a move to Preston in Lancashire.
BirminghamGlasgowLiverpoolManchester

Question 7: LSTs had brought 41,035 wounded men back across the ________ from Normandy by D-Day+114 (28 September 1944)[10].
Celtic SeaBaltic SeaEnglish ChannelNorth Sea

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  USS LST-742 on 13 October 1950 at Wolmi-do island, Inchon Harbor, loading supplies for the upcoming Wonsan invasion.
  A Canadian LST off-loads an M4 Sherman during the Allied invasion of Sicily in 1943.
  USS LST-325 (left) and USS LST-388 unloading while stranded at low tide during the Normandy Invasion in June, 1944. Note: propellers, rudders and other underwater details of these LSTs; 40 mm single guns; "Danforth" style kedge anchor at LST-325's stern.
  A Canadian LST off-loads an M4 Sherman during the Allied invasion of Sicily in 1943.

Question 9: Navy, but serves on in the navies of Brazil, Chile, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Taiwan, Spain, in a modified form, ________ and soon with Peru.
United KingdomAustraliaCanadaBarbados

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Embarked troops on the Greek LST Lemnos (L-158) ex-USS LST-36, around 1956
  USS LST-325 (left) and USS LST-388 unloading while stranded at low tide during the Normandy Invasion in June, 1944. Note: propellers, rudders and other underwater details of these LSTs; 40 mm single guns; "Danforth" style kedge anchor at LST-325's stern.
  USS LST-325 (left) and USS LST-388 unloading while stranded at low tide during the Normandy Invasion in June, 1944. Note: propellers, rudders and other underwater details of these LSTs; 40 mm single guns; "Danforth" style kedge anchor at LST-325's stern.
  The USS Graham County (LST-1176) beached at Vieques, Puerto Rico in 1964. Note her bow door configuration, 3"/50 twin gun mounts, and radar-equipped gun directors.







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