Category:LST-325 (ship, 1943)

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LST-325 (ja); USS LST-325 (pt); USS LST-325 (en); یواس‌اس ال‌اس‌تی-۳۲۵ (fa); USS LST-325 (cs); LST-325號戰車登陸艦 (zh) World War II era tank landing ship converted to a museum ship (en); americká tanková výsadková loď (cs); museumschip in Indiana, de Verenigde Staten (nl) LST-325, USNS T-LST-325, T-LST-325, RHS Syros (L-144), Syros (L-144), L-144 (en)
USS LST-325 
World War II era tank landing ship converted to a museum ship
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Instance oftank landing ship
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  • NWVC
Location Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana
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  • LST-1-class tank landing ship
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  • 99.9 m
37° 58′ 22.36″ N, 87° 34′ 49.5″ W
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  • USS LST-325
  • Laid down, 10 August 1942, at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Launched, 27 October 1942
  • Commissioned, 1 February 1943
  • Decommissioned, 2 July 1946, at Green Cove Springs, FL. Laid up in the Atlantic Reserve Fleet, Florida Group, Green Cove Springs
  • 1951 Placed in service with MSTS as USNS T-LST-325
  • Transferred to the Maritime Administration (MARAD) for lay up in the National Defense Reserve Fleet
  • Reacquired and activated by the Navy, September 1963
  • Transferred to Greece under the Military Assistance Program, 1 May 1964, renamed RHS Syros (L-144)
  • 2000 Acquired by the USS LST Memorial Inc., a Pennsylvania not-for-profit corporation, and renamed LST-325
  • 10 January 2001 Arrived at Mobile
  • Early 2004 Redesignated as Historical Museum USS LST-325, permanently moored at Evansville, IN.

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