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TORPEDO SHIPS

MONAGHAN destroyers (1911-1912)

nearly sister-ship Perkins 1910

nearly sister-ship Burrows 1911

No Name Yard No Builder Laid down Launched Comm Fate
DD32, 6/1924- CG15, 5/1931- DD32 Monaghan, 7/1933- unnamed 134 Newport News 6/1910 18/2/1911 7/1911 Coast Guard cutter 6/1924, destroyer 5/1931, stricken 7/1934
DD33, 6/1924 - CG20, 5/1931- DD33 Trippe 54 Bath Iron Wks 4/1910 20/12/1910 3/1911 Coast Guard cutter 6/1924, destroyer 5/1931, stricken 7/1934
DD34 Walke, 7/1933- unnamed 181 Fore River, Quincy 3/1910 3/11/1910 6/1911 stricken 3/1935
DD35, 4/1924- CG8, 5/1931- DD35 Ammen, 7/1933- unnamed 95 New York SB, Camden 3/1910 30/9/1910 5/1911 Coast Guard cutter 4/1924, destroyer 5/1931, stricken 7/1934
DD36, 4/1924- CG16, 10/1930- DD36 Patterson, 7/1933- unnamed 361 Cramp, Philadelphia 4/1910 29/4/1911 10/1911 Coast Guard cutter 4/1924, destroyer 10/1930, stricken 6/1934
DD37, 6/1924- CG11, 11/1930- DD37 Fanning 144 Newport News 4/1911 11/1/1912 6/1912 Coast Guard cutter 6/1924, destroyer 11/1930, stricken 6/1934
DD38 Jarvis 112 New York SB, Camden 7/1911 4/4/1912 10/1912 stricken 3/1935
DD39, 5/1924- CG12, 5/1931- DD39 Henley 196 Fore River, Quincy 7/1911 3/4/1912 12/1912 Coast Guard cutter 5/1924, destroyer 5/1931, stricken 7/1934
DD40, 4/1924- CG9, 10/1930- DD40 Beale 379 Cramp, Philadelphia 5/1911 30/8/1912 8/1912 Coast Guard cutter 4/1924, destroyer 10/1930, stricken 6/1934
DD41, 4/1924- CG13, 5/1931- DD41 Jouett 56 Bath Iron Wks 3/1911 15/4/1912 5/1912 Coast Guard cutter 4/1924, destroyer 5/1931, stricken 7/1934
DD42 Jenkins 57 Bath Iron Wks 3/1911 29/4/1912 6/1912 stricken 3/1935
  

Displacement normal, t

787

Displacement full, t

883

Length, m

89.5

Breadth, m

8.20

Draught, m

2.50

No of shafts

DD32, 33, 35 - 42: 3

DD34: 2

Machinery

DD32, 33, 35 - 42: 3 Parsons steam turbines, 4 Thornycroft boilers

DD34: 2 Curtis steam turbines, 4 Thornycroft boilers

Power, h. p.

DD32, 33, 35 - 42: 12000

DD34: 10000

Max speed, kts

DD32, 33, 35 - 42: 29.5

DD34: 28

Fuel, t

oil 180 - 230

Endurance, nm(kts) 2175(15)

Armament

DD32 - 39, 41, 42: 5 x 1 - 76/50 Mk III/V/VI, 3 x 2 - 450 TT

DD40: 4 x 1 - 76/50 Mk III/V/VI, 3 x 2 - 450 TT

Complement

89

Ship project history: These were repeat Pauldings authorized in March 1909 (DD32-36) and June 1910. All but the Walke (DD34) had triple screws; six (DD 32, 34,36,37, 39, 40) had three funnels. The remaining units (Bath and New York Shipbuilding) all had four funnels.

Modernizations: 1915, Henley: Curtis steam turbines were replaced by 3 sets Westinghouse geared steam turbines (13000hp)

1917 - 1918, all: + 1 DCT (Y-gun), 2 DCR

Naval service: No significant events.

Trippe 1912

Ivan Gogin, 2014