Albert W. Grant
|Ship Class||Fletcher-class Destroyer|
|Builder||Charleston Naval Shipyard, South Carolina, United States|
|Laid Down||30 Dec 1942|
|Launched||29 May 1943|
|Commissioned||24 Nov 1943|
|Decommissioned||16 Jul 1946|
|Displacement||2,050 tons standard; 2,924 tons full|
|Machinery||General Electric geared turbines with two screws|
|Power Output||60,000 shaft horsepower|
|Range||6,500nm at 15 knots|
|Armament||5x5" guns, 4x1.1" anti-aircraft, 4x20mm anti-aircraft, 10x21" torpedo tubes|
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Albert W. Grant Operational Timeline
|24 Nov 1943Â||Albert W. Grant was commissioned into service.|
|16 Jul 1946Â||Albert W. Grant was decommissioned from service.|
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