Evansville, Indiana: World War II Navy LST

Tour the only still operational LST, a World War 2 US Navy specialty vessel, short for Landing Ship, Tank. More effective in combat than the JS (Jeep Submarine) or the MHG (Mess Hall Glider). Heh, we made those last two up.

LST Navy Ship Museum

840 LST Dr., Evansville, IN
LST Memorial 325, LST Navy Ship Museum. In summer, bring a bottle of water.
45 min. Tours M-Sa 10 am - 4 pm. Su 12 am - 4 pm (Call to verify)
Adults $10, 5-17 $5
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LST gun.

LST 325 Memorial

Only working LST boat in existence. Operated during WWII and participated in D-Day.

[Tim Seibert, 07/22/2012]

That's short for Landing Ship, Tank.

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