Miura class landing ship tank
Class overview Operators: Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force Completed: 3 Active: 2 Retired: 1 General characteristics Class and type: Miura class LST Displacement: 2,000 tons standard 3,200 tons full load Length: 98 m Beam: 14.0 m Draft: 3.0 m Propulsion: 2 × Kawasaki-MAN V8V 22/30 AMTL Diesel - 2 shafts propulsion - 4,400 bhp. Speed: 14 knots (26 km/h) Range: 4300nm at 12kts Complement: 118 Armament: 2 × 76mm/50cal. gun (2x1), 2-40mm MGs Notes: Two Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC)
The Miura class landing ship tank (LST) (みうら型輸送艦) is a class of Japanese tank landing ships.
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