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Uribe, destroyer transport (2nd)

Uribe (2nd) destroyer transport was acquired in the United States pursuant to Supreme Decree No. 15 of 15 August 1966. It came under the Chilean flag the 01 December 1966 and towed to Talcahuano for the "Lautaro" patrol, arriving at the Naval Base on January 11, 1967. He was inducted into service on 6 June 1968 according to resolution C.J.A. No. 4520/5 of the same date. Decommissioned by resolution C.J.A. Res.N 4281/3 of 26 January 1985. On June 4, 1992 authorizing use as a barracks ship until December 4, 1994. Its disposal was authorized by D.S. (M) No. 7 of 25 July 1995. It was used as a target and sunk.

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Ship List
Name # Port Laid
Down
Launch Comm Decomm Notes
# 1942 1966 1995 USS APD 38 Daniel T. Griffin

Displacement, full 2,130 tons
Displacement, light 1,673 tons
GT (Gross Tonnage) tons
NT (Net Tonnage) tons
DWT (Deadweight) tons
Length, O/A 93.3 meters / feet
Length, W/L meters / feet
Length, B/P meters / feet
Max Beam meters / feet
Draft3.8 meters / feet
Height meters / feet
Propulsion Type
Engines
Number of Main Engine(s)
Main Engine builder
Main Model
Main RPM
Main power12,000 SHP
Propeller(s)
Speed, maximum 23.6 knots
Speed, Cruise Knots
Range nautical miles at knots
Stores endurance days
Electronics
Weapons Systems
  • 2 sliders of depth bombs.
  • 6 machine guns 20/63 mm.
  • 4 machine guns of 40/56 mm.
  • 1 canon 5 "/ 38."
  • Aviation
    Complement





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