Amphibious Warship Put to Sea

March 2012
Journal of Turkish Weekly;3/ 5/2012, p1
Academic Journal
The article reports that Turkey has built the first of its eight fast amphibious military ship which complies with NATO standards. It is stated that these assault ships are being built as part of the "Landing Craft Tank" (LCT) project. The ship was put to sea March 9, 2012 at the shipyard of Anadolu Tersanesi, the civil facility which has undertaken the LCT project.


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