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FARRAGUT-CLASS DD Click here for More Info
We now have color profiles for the following Farragut (DD-348) Class destroyers as modified during 1943-1944.
Specifications for this configuration of the Farragut Class were taken from Ships’ Data U.S. Naval Vessels, Vol. 1, 15 April 1945. Displacement: 1594 tons (trial). Dimensions: 341'-3" overall, 34'-3" beam, 17'-4" max. draft. Speed: 37.0 knots (trial). Armament: four single 5-in./38 cal. gun mounts, two twin 40mm gun mounts, five single 20mm gun mounts, two quadruple 21-in. torpedo tube mounts, and four port and starboard single K-Gun depth charge projectors (for 300 lb) charges). Radar: one SC air search set and one SG surface search set. Fire Control: one MK 33 GFCS/MK 3 radar. Sonar: one QC set. Complement: 16 officers and 235 enlisted.

FARRAGUT-CLASS DLG Click here for More Info
Farragut (DLG-6) Class as built.
Ten Farragut (DLG-6)-class guided missile destroyer leaders as built.
The as built configuration is represented by the Farragut (DLG-6). Armament: one 5-in. MK 42 gun mount, two twin 3-in. MK 27/33 gun mounts, one MK 112 ASROC ASW rocket launcher, and one twin MK 10 missile launcher. Fire control: MK 68 GFCS (5-in.), MK 63 GFCS (3-in.), MK 74 MFCS/SPG-49 radars, and MK 111 UFCS/SQS-23 sonar. Radar: SPS-10 surface search/navigational and SPS-39 three-dimensional at foremast, SPS-29/37 air search and TACAN at mainmast.

FARRAGUT-CLASS DDG Click here for More Info
Farragut (DDG-37) Class as reclassified from DLGs.
Ten Farragut (DDG-37) class ex-DLGs as converted to Guided Missile Destroyers (DDG). The DLG version of these ships was offered in the July-August-September 2006 issue of “The Tin Can Sailor.” The DDG conversion is represented by the Coontz (DDG-40). Armament: one 5-in. MK 42 gun mount, one MK 112 ASROC ASW rocket launcher, one twin MK 10 missile launcher, and two triple MK 32 torpedo tube mounts. Fire Control: MK 68GFCS (5-in.), two MK 76 MFCS (missile control), and MK 111 UFCS/SQS-23 Sonar (underwater battery). Radar: SPS-10 surface search/navigational, SPS-29/37 air search, SPS-48 3-D search, and TACAN (Tactical Air Control and Navigation) at mainmast.


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