Fieberling

CountryUnited States
Ship ClassBuckley-class Destroyer Escort
Builder NameBethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, San Francisco, California, United States
Laid Down19 Mar 1944
Launched2 Apr 1944
Commissioned11 Apr 1944
Decommissioned13 Mar 1948
Displacement1,400 tons standard; 1,740 tons full
Length306 feet
Beam37 feet
Draft14 feet
Machinery2 D Express boilers, GE turbines with electric drive, two screws
Power Output12,000 SHP
Speed24 knots
Range4,940nm at 12 knots
Crew213
Armament3x3", 1x1.1" anti-aircraft, 8x20mm anti-aircraft, 3x21", 1 Hedgehog Projector, 8 depth charge projec

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Fieberling Operational Timeline

11 Apr 1944 Fieberling was commissioned into service.
13 Mar 1948 Fieberling was decommissioned from service.




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