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About The U.S.S. Halford

DD-480 USS Halford
U.S.S. HalfordHalford (DD-480) was launched 29 October 1942 by the Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Wash., sponsored by Miss Eunice Halford, daughter of Lieutenant Halford; and commissioned 10 April 1943, Lt. Comdr. G. N. Johansen in command.

 

    U.S.S. Halford - Agnew and Shipmate
  • Fletcher Class Destroyer:
  • Displacement: 2,700 tons
  • Length: 376'6"
  • Beam: 39'4"
  • Draft: 17'9"
  • Speed: 35 knots
  • Armament: 5 5"/38 DP, 4x2 40mm, 6 20mm, 2 depth charge tracks + 2 extensions, 6 depth charge projectors, 2x5 21" torpedo tubes, 1 seaplane
  • Complement: 329
  • High-pressure super-heated boilers, geared turbine engines, twin screws, 60,000 h.p.
  • Built at Puget Sound Navy Yard, and commissioned 10 April 1943
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