Wasp Class Lhd Parts

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NIIN
0 51111 00052 6 Electronic Data Processing Tape
011196357
0-00077-15 Electrical Power Cable
002840079
0-1/2INA FLEXTW IST Adjustable Link V Belting
002248358
0-1109 Tip Jack
001870700
0-190-247 V Belt
005290344
0.13.02020/30 Fluid Filter Element
013445791
00&131RED Indicator Light
001488031
00-0114-005-00 Pin Traction Holder
012178843
00-0305 Oxygen Nasal Cannula
014737526
00-351376-00002 Nonim Electrical Heating Element
010960818
00-351376-0002 Nonim Electrical Heating Element
010960818
00-4444-004-00 Elastic Bandage
009355822
00-4444-006-00 Elastic Bandage
009355823
000 150 05 72 Electrical Engine Star Parts Kit
012014143
000-605-1024 Hydraulic Brak Cylinder Assembly
002179490
000-8002-381 Pipe Elbow
001377875
000-8004-021 Film Fixed Resistor
001528442
000-8005-872 Electr Receptacle Connector Body
000329565
000-8006-266 Pipe Elbow
001377875
0000-99-008 Tip Plug
002018965
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Wasp Class Lhd

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The Wasp class is a class of Landing Helicopter Dock (LHD) amphibious assault ships operated by the United States Navy. Based on the Tarawa class, with modifications to operate more advanced aircraft and landing craft, the Wasp class is capable of transporting almost the full strength of a United States Marine Corps Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), and landing them in hostile territory via landing craft or helicopters. All Wasp-class ships were built by Ingalls Shipbuilding, at Pascagoula, Mississippi, with the lead ship, USS Wasp, commissioned on 29 July 1989. Eight Wasp-class ships were built, and as of 2016, all eight are active.

The Wasp class is based on the preceding Tarawa-class design.

The main physical changes between the two designs are the lower placement of the ship's bridge in the Wasp class, the relocation of the command and control facilities to inside the hull,

Each Wasp-class ship has a displacement of 40,500 long tons (41,150 t) at full load, is 831 feet (253.2 m) long, has a beam of 104 feet (31.8 m), and a draft of 27 feet (8.1 m).

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