LCU L-56 was Commissioned by Indian Navy

Published on July 30, 2019
Current context: 'IN LCU L 56' which is the 6th of 8 indigenously built Landing Craft Utility (LCU) MK IV class ships was commissioned into the Indian Navy on 29th July 2019.
LCU L-56 was Commissioned by Indian Navy
  • The role of the amphibious ship LCU L56 is of deployment, transportation and recovery of main battle tanks, troops, armoured vehicles, and equipment from ship to shore and vice-versa.
  • Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers Ltd (GRSE), Kolkata has indigenously designed and built the ship accentuating the national objective of "Make in India".
  • With the commissioning of the ship GRSE has become the first shipyard in the country to have built the 100th warship.
  • The ship will be placed at Port Blair in Andaman and Nicobar Command and will protect the maritime interest of the country.


Q.1 Which amphibious Landing Craft Utility ship has been recently commissioned by the Indian Navy?
a. HMIS Bengal
c. LCU L-56
d. INS Tir (A86)

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