Albert W. Grant

CountryUnited States
Ship ClassFletcher-class Destroyer
Builder NameCharleston Naval Shipyard, South Carolina, United States
Laid Down30 Dec 1942
Launched29 May 1943
Commissioned24 Nov 1943
Decommissioned16 Jul 1946
Displacement2,050 tons standard; 2,924 tons full
Length376 feet
Beam40 feet
Draft14 feet
MachineryGeneral Electric geared turbines with two screws
Power Output60,000 SHP
Speed38 knots
Range6,500nm at 15 knots
Crew273
Armament5x5" guns, 4x1.1" anti-aircraft, 4x20mm anti-aircraft, 10x21" torpedo tubes

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Albert W. Grant Operational Timeline

24 Nov 1943 Albert W. Grant was commissioned into service.
16 Jul 1946 Albert W. Grant was decommissioned from service.




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