Charles F. Adams-class

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[[Image:USS Berkeley DDG-15.jpg|thumb|right|200px|The USS ''Berkeley'' (DDG-15)]]The '''<i>Charles F. Admas</i>-class guided missile destroyer is class of destroyer that was in service between the 1960 and 1992 as a follow on to the [[Forrest Sherman-class|''Forest Sherman''-class destroyers]].
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[[Image:USS Berkeley DDG-15.jpg|thumb|right|200px|The USS ''Berkeley'' (DDG-15)]]The '''<i>Charles F. Admas</i>-class guided missile destroyer''' is class of twenty-three destroyers that were in service between 1960 and 1992 as a follow on to the [[Forrest Sherman-class|''Forest Sherman''-class destroyers]].
  
 
==Specifications==
 
==Specifications==

Revision as of 15:01, 19 October 2012

The USS Berkeley (DDG-15)
The Charles F. Admas-class guided missile destroyer is class of twenty-three destroyers that were in service between 1960 and 1992 as a follow on to the Forest Sherman-class destroyers.

Specifications

  • Role: Guided Missile Destroyer
  • Crew: 310-333
  • Characteristics
    • Length: 437 feet (133.2 meters)
    • Beam: 47 feet (14.33 meters
    • Draught: 15 feet (4.572 meters)
    • Displacement: 3,277 tons (Standard); 4,526 (Full Load)
  • Propulsion: 2 x steam turbines and 2 shafts providing 70,000 shp (52.22 MegaWatts); 4 x 1,275 psi (8,790 kPa) boilers
  • Range: 4,500 nautical miles (8,300 km) at 20 knots (37 km/h)
  • Speed: 33 knots (61.12 kilometers/hour; 37.98 miles/hour)
  • Sensor Suite
    • 1 x AN/SPS-10 surface search radar
    • 1 x AN/SPS-37 air search radar
    • 1 x AN/SPS-39 3D air search radar
    • 2 x AN/SPG-51 Tartar fire control radar
    • 1 x AN/SPG-53 gunfire control radar
    • 1 x AN/SQS-23 SONAR
  • Armament
    • 2 x 5"/54-caliber Mark 42 naval guns
    • 1 x Mark 11 Guided Missile Launcher (equipped on DDG-2 through DDG-14)
    • 1 x Mark 13 Guided Missile Launcher (equipped on DDG-15 through DDG-24)
    • 1 x 8-cell Mark 16 Guided Missile Launcher (fires RUR-5 ASROC ASW Missiles)
    • 6 x 12.8 in (324 mm) ASW Torpedo Tubes
    • 2 x Mark 32 Surface Vessel Torpedo Tubes

Unit Run

Ship Name Hull No. Commission–
Decommission
Fate Notes
USS Charles F. Adams DDG-2 1960–1990 Museum hold [1]
USS John King DDG-3 1961–1990 Scrapped [2]
USS Lawrence DDG-4 1962–1990 Scrapped [3]
USS Claude V. Ricketts DDG-5 1962–1989 Scrapped [4]
USS Barney DDG-6 1962–1990 Scrapped [5]
USS Henry B. Wilson DDG-7 1960–1989 sunk as target ship [6]
USS Lynde McCormick DDG-8 1961–1991 Sunk as target [1]
USS Towers DDG-9 1961–1990 Sunk as target [2]
USS Sampson DDG-10 1961–1991 Scrapped [3]
USS Sellers DDG-11 1961–1989 Scrapped [4]
USS Robison DDG-12 1961–1991 Scrapped [5]
USS Hoel DDG-13 1962–1990 Converted to power barge, then scrapped [6]
USS Buchanan DDG-14 1962–1991 Sunk as target [7]
USS Berkeley DDG-15 1962–1992 Sold to Greece as Themistocles (D-221), scrapped later [8]
USS Joseph Strauss DDG-16 1963–1990 Sold to Greece as Formion (D-220), scrapped later [9]
USS Conyngham DDG-17 1963–1990 Scrapped [10]
USS Semmes DDG-18 1962–1991 Sold to Greece as Kimon (D-218), scrapped later [11]
USS Tattnall DDG-19 1963–1991 Scrapped [12]
Goldsborough DDG-20 1963–1993 Sold to Australia as a parts hulk, scrapped later [13]
USS Cochrane DDG-21 1964–1990 Scrapped [14]
USS Benjamin Stoddert DDG-22 1964–1991 Sank while under tow enroute for scrapping [15]
USS Richard E. Byrd DDG-23 1964–1990 Sold to Greece for parts, sunk as target later [16]
USS Waddell DDG-24 1964–1992 Sold to Greece as Nearchos (D-219), sunk as target later [17]

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