Landing Ship/Platform Dock Ashland class

First dock landing ships ( LSD ) of the United States Navy the class saw extensive use in the pacific during World War II

    Derivatives / Succeeded by
US Casa Grande class 1944
                        US Thomaston class 1954
                                                US Anchorage class 1969
                                                                        US Whidbey Island class 1985
                                                                                                US Harpers Ferry class 1995


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USUS NavyLSD-21Casa Grande class USS Fort MandanNZGL19451971
GR Hellenic Navy L153 HS Nafkratoussa 19712000
USUS NavyLSD-30Thomaston class USS Fort Snelling19551984
USUS NavyLSD-33Thomaston class USS AlamoNOQI19561990
BR Brazilian Navy G31 NDD Rio de Janeiro 19902012
USUS NavyLSD-34Thomaston class USS HermitageNRVF19561989
BR Brazilian Navy G30 NDD Ceara 1989--
USUS NavyLSD-36Anchorage class USS Anchorage19692003
USUS NavyLSD-41Whidbey Island class USS Whidbey IslandNNWI1985--
USUS NavyLSD-42Whidbey Island class USS GermantownNGTN1986--
USUS NavyLSD-43Whidbey Island class USS Fort McHenryNHTD1987--
USUS NavyLSD-44Whidbey Island class USS Gunston HallNGUN1989--
USUS NavyLSD-45Whidbey Island class USS ComstockNCWK1990--
USUS NavyLSD-46Whidbey Island class USS TortugaNTSA1990--
USUS NavyLSD-47Whidbey Island class USS RushmoreNDXW1991--
USUS NavyLSD-48Whidbey Island class USS AshlandNAOW1992--
USUS NavyLSD-49Harpers Ferry class USS Harpers FerryNACP1995--
USUS NavyLSD-50Harpers Ferry class USS Carter Hall1995--
USUS NavyLSD-51Harpers Ferry class USS Oak Hill1996--
USUS NavyLSD-52Harpers Ferry class USS Pearl Harbor1998--

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