The New York amphibious transport dock ship is an amphibious transport dock ship belonging to the U.S. Navy. It is a San Antonio-class fifth ship. It is also the seventh ship under the name of New York and the fifth ship under the name of New York State. The warship in service. Officially commissioned on December 7, 2009. The ship is best known for its hull, which has approximately 7.5 tons of steel. It is a World Trade Center building that was recovered from the 9/11 crash. It was mainly used to make the bow.
The hull of the New York and other sister ships of the same class is very different from the streamlined appearance of traditional amphibious warships. Its functions are mainly as anchoring and landing platforms for two important combat equipment airborne landing vessels (LCAC) and MV-22B -type vertical take-off and landing aircraft of the Marine Corps.