Mexican Papaloapan Class tank landing ship

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By kjfitz @ 2009-09-01 09:56:14
Newport class tank landing ships are an improved class of American tank landing ship (LST), intended to provide substantial advantages over their World War II-era predecessors. Of the twenty completed, four were sunk as targets, four were retained as inactive reserves and the rest were sold to foreign navies.

USS Frederick LST-1184 National Steel & SB 1970-2002 Sold to Mexican Navy as Usumacinta (ARM A-412), 11/22/2002

USS Newport LST-1179 Philadelphia Naval Shipyard 1969-1992 Sold to Mexican Navy as Papaloapan (ARM A-411)
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@ 2013-07-28 10:40:55
The ARM Papaloapan (A411) is achored 4nm off of South Parde Island, Texas as of today.