USS Manley DD-74 became a product of American involvement in World War 1 and survived long enough to see decommissioning at the end of World War 2 in 1945.
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Ship Class [ Caldwell-class ] Ships-in-Class [ 6 ] : USS Caldwell (DD-69); USS Craven (DD-70); USS Gwin (DD-71); USS Conner (DD-72); USS Stockton (DD-73); USS Manley (DD-74)
- Blue Water Operations
- Fleet Support
315.5 ft (96.16 m)
Width / Beam:
31.2 ft (9.51 m)
Height / Draught:
8 ft (2.44 m)
Thornycroft boiler units feeding Parsons geared steam turbine engines developing 20,000 horsepower to 3 x Shafts.
30 kts (35 mph)
4 x 4" (102mm) main guns.
2 x 1-pounder guns.
12 x 12" (533mm) torpedo launchers.
2 x 0.30 caliber Browning machine guns.
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