CountryUnited States
Ship ClassEvarts-class Destroyer Escort
Builder NamePhiladelphia Navy Yard
Laid Down1 Apr 1942
Launched24 Jul 1942
Commissioned21 Jun 1943
Decommissioned19 Dec 1945
Displacement1,140 tons standard; 1,430 tons full
Length289 feet
Beam35 feet
Draft12 feet
Machinery4 GM Model 16-278A diesel engines with electric drive with two screws
Power Output6,000 SHP
Speed19 knots
Range4,150nm at 12 knots
Armament3x3", 1x1.1" anti-aircraft, 9x20mm anti-aircraft, 1 Hedgehog Projector, 8 depth charge projectors


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Engstrom Operational Timeline

21 Jun 1943 Engstrom was commissioned into service.
19 Dec 1945 Engstrom was decommissioned from service.

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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. sue price says:
23 Apr 2006 12:22:30 PM

was the ship at pearl harbor my dad was on this ship please let me know
2. W Sofsak says:
24 Mar 2018 02:24:16 PM

Re the comment above:
My father was also on this ship from its commissioning until early 1945. It was not in Pearl Harbor at the time of the attack. Looking forward to any updates. Thanks.

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