Hulbert

CountryUnited States
Ship ClassClemson-class Destroyer
Builder NameNorfolk Navy Yard
Laid Down18 Nov 1918
Launched28 Jun 1919
Commissioned2 Aug 1940
Decommissioned2 Nov 1945
Displacement1,215 tons standard
Length315 feet
Beam32 feet
Draft10 feet
MachineryGear turbines with two screws
Power Output26,500 SHP
Speed35 knots
Crew114
Armament4x4", 1x3" anti-aircraft, 12x21" torpedo tubes
Prior Commission27 Oct 1920
Prior Decommission17 Oct 1934

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Hulbert Operational Timeline

2 Aug 1940 Hulbert was commissioned into service.
2 Nov 1945 Hulbert was decommissioned from service.




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