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USS Reid (DD-21)


Destroyer Warship


USS Reid became a pre-World War 1 destroyer for the American Navy when commissioned in 1909 - serving until 1919.
Authored By: Staff Writer | Last Edited: 9/17/2018






Specifications



Year:
1909
Status
Decommissioned, Out-of-Service
Complement
89 Personnel
Ship Class [ Smith-class ]
Ships-in-Class [ 5 ] :
USS Smith (DD-17); USS Lamson (DD-18); USS Preston (DD-19); USS Flusser (DD-20); USS Reid (DD-21)
National flag of United States United States
- Blue Water Operations
- Fleet Support
- Hunter
- Direct-Attack
Length:
293.9 ft (89.58 m)
Width / Beam:
26 ft (7.92 m)
Height / Draught:
8 ft (2.44 m)
Displacement (Surface):
800 tons
4 x Mosher coal-fired boiler units feeding 3 x Parsons direct-drive steam turbines developing 10,000 horsepower to 3 x Shafts.
Speed (Surface):
28 kts (32 mph)
Range:
2,802 nm (3,225 miles; 5,190 km)
5 x 3" (76mm) /50 caliber main guns.
3 x 18" (450mm) torpedo tubes.
None.

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