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|Tonnage||1646 tons standard displacement|
|Dimensions||341'4" by 35'6" by 12'10"
104.04m by 10.82m by 3.91m
|Maximum speed||36.8 knots|
4x4 21" torpedo tubes
4 machine guns
2 depth charge tracks (14 depth charges)
||2-shaft General Electric
4 Babcock & Wilcox boilers
|Bunkerage||504 tons fuel oil|
|Range||6500 nautical miles (12,000km) at 12 knots|
|| 1942: Machine guns replaced
with 6 20mm
Oerlikon AA guns.
Fire control radar added,
most likely FC
at first. Four depth charge throwers added and depth charge
loadout increased to 44.
1943: 1x2 40mm Bofors AA guns added.
The Bagleys were ordered in 1935. They were very similar to the Gridleys but were completed in Navy yards in 1937. The commercial shipyards responsible for the Gridleys apparently cut many corners in construction which the Navy did not, with the result that the Bagleys were both structurally stronger and more stable. This allowed them to receive more light antiaircraft armament as the war progressed. However, they also reverted to the slightly less powerful machinery used in the Mahans, making them somewhat slower.
1942-8-22 by Kawakaze off Guadalcanal and
scuttled the next
1943-10-3 off Finschhafen
|Jarvis||Pearl Harbor||Sunk by aircraft 1942-8-9 off Guadalcanal|
|Ralph Talbot||Pearl Harbor|
(2010; accessed 2012-12-6)
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