The design and features of Landing Ship Tanks in the United States.
United States USA Date:1944 Duration:5 min 46 sec Sound:Yes
A training film titled 'The LST Description' about design of Landing Ship Tanks (LSTs) in the United States. U.S. Landing Craft Tanks serve at various places during wartime. Bulldozers, tanks, trucks and several other equipment unloaded from a Landing Ship Tank at a beach. LSTs underway at sea. A diagram of an LST. The LST is long and wide. It has propellers with diesel engines and rudders. The design of the LST is shown. It has several features. It has bow doors and a ramp. An LST underway. The LST is beached and its bow door opens. Tanks and equipment unloaded from the LST. The bow gun, bow anchor and the towing cable of the LST. Elevators, ship's ventilators and fans are shown. The cargo hatch, the navigation bridge and guns on the bridge are shown. The conning tower. Small utility boats aboard the LST. Guns on the stern. An LST on a beach.
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