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USS Lansdale (DD-766)

History
Name: USS Lansdale
Namesake: Philip Lansdale (1858-1899), a United States Navy officer
Laid down: 2 April 1944
Launched: 20 December 1946
Sponsored by: Mrs. Ethel S. Lansdale
Completed: Never
Commissioned: Never
Struck: 9 June 1958
Fate: never saw active service
General characteristics
Class & type: Gearing-class destroyer
Displacement: 2,425 tons
Length: 390 ft 6 in (119 m) (overall)
Beam: 41 ft 1 in (12.52 m)
Draft: 18 ft 6 in (5.64 m)
Propulsion:
  • 60,000 shp (45 MW);
  • geared turbines;
  • 2 propellers
Speed: 35 knots (65 km/h)
Range:
  • 4,500 nmi. at 20 knots
  • (8,300 km at 37 km/h)
Complement: 336 officers and enlisted
Armament:

USS Lansdale (DD-766) was scheduled to be a Gearing-class destroyer in the United States Navy. She was named for Philip Lansdale (1858-1899), a United States Navy officer.

Lansdale was laid down 2 April 1944 by Bethlehem Steel Company, San Francisco, California; launched 20 December 1946; sponsored by Mrs. Ethel S. Lansdale; and delivered 30 December in partially completed status to the 12th Naval District for berthing at Suisun Bay.

Lansdale saw no active service. In May 1956 she was towed to Long Beach Naval Shipyard where her bow was removed to replace the damaged bow of USS Floyd B. Parks (DD-884). Her name was struck from the Naval Vessel Register 9 June 1958.[1]

References

  1. ^ Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships. Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships. 
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