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World War II Landing Ship on display
USS LST 325 participated in several operations, most notable was D-Day at Omaha Beach, Normandy. She was there for Operation HUSKY, the invasion of Sicily in 1943. She sailed as support for the invasion of Salerno, Italy later that year. This ship has seen 70 years of history and survived as the last fully-operational WWII LST. Come walk these decks and feel the connection to our shared past.
The World War II landing ship will be available for tours in Charleston and Ashland.
|Charleston W.V.||August 30th to September 3rd|
|Ashland KY.||September 5th to September 9th (OPEN until 7:00 p.m. Sept. 6th)|