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The new LPDs will replace a trio of former U.S. Navy amphibious ships currently in Taiwanese service, comprising of a single Anchorage-class dock landing ship and two Newport-class tank landing ships, all of which were acquired in the early 2000s.What is the ROC Navy's first LPD?
The ROC Navy's first LPD. Taiwan's presidency picture. Taiwan’s naval shipbuilder China Shipbuilding Corporation (CSBC) today launched the country's first ever indigenous landing platform dock (LPD). The 10,000 tons amphibious vessel is set to be delivered to the Republic of China Navy (ROC or Taiwan Navy) in April 2022.Will Taiwan's Navy build its first landing platform dock in 2021?
The Liberty Times, quoting unnamed Taiwanese naval officials, reported that bids were solicited on April 12 for local shipbuilders to construct the first landing platform dock, or LPD, for the island's Navy, with $207 million allocated up to 2021 for the project, including $42.75 million in 2017.What does Yushan-class dock mean?
The Yushan-class landing platform dock ( Chinese: 玉山級兩棲船塢運輸艦) is a class of landing platform dock built by CSBC Corporation, Taiwan for the Republic of China Navy (ROCN). Four ships were planned, with one ship launched in April 2021.