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USS Miantonomoh (BM-5)

United States (1882)
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USS Miantonomoh BM-5 was commissioned and decommissioned several times during her ocean-going tenure with the United States Navy.


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USS Miantonomoh (BM-5) Specifications
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United States
Year: 1882
Type: Monitor
Ship Class: Amphitrite-class
Number-in-Class: 4
Complement / Crew
Complement (Crew): 150
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Dimensions and Displacement
Length (Overall): 263 ft (80.16 m)
Beam (Width): 55.3 ft (16.86 m)
Draught (Height): 14.5 ft (4.42 m)
Surface Displacement: 4,055 tons


Installed Power
Engine(s): 1 x Steam engine driving 2 x Screws.

Base Performance
Surface Speed: 10.6 knots (12 mph)


Armament / Air Wing
4 x 10" (250mm) breechloading rifled main guns
2 x 4" (100mm) rifled guns
2 x 6-pounder guns

Aircraft: None.


Operators List
United States

Ships-in-Class (4)
USS Amphitrite (BM-2); USS Monadnock (BM-3); USS Terror (BM-4); USS Miantonomoh (BM-5)


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