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USS Duncan (FFG 10)

- formerly PF 112 -
- decommissioned -

USS DUNCAN was the fourth ship in the OLIVER HAZARD PERRY class but also the first ship in her class to be decommissioned. The frigate’s homeport was Long Beach in California. Stricken from the Navy list on January 5, 1998, the DUNCAN was sold to Turkey on May 4, 1999, for cannibalization of spare parts. On October 4, 2017, the ex DUNCAN was finally sunk as a target in the Black Sea by a Mk-24 Mod. 2 torpedo fired from TCG SAKARYA.

General Characteristics:Awarded: February 27, 1976
Keel Laid: April 29, 1977
Launched: March 1, 1978
Commissioned: May 15, 1980
Decommissioned: December 17, 1994
Builder: Todd Pacific Shipyards Co., Seattle Division, Seattle, Wash.
Propulsion system: two General Electric LM 2500 gas turbines, two 350 Horsepower Electric Drive Auxiliary Propulsion Units
Propellers: one
Blades on each Propeller: five
Length: 445 feet (133.5 meters)
Beam: 45 feet (13.5 meters)
Draft: 24,6 feet (7.5 meters)
Displacement: 4,100 tons
Speed: 28+ knots
Aircraft: one SH-2F (LAMPS 1)
Armament: one Mk 13 guided missile launcher (36 Standard (MR) and 4 Harpoon missiles), one Mk 75 76mm/62 caliber rapid firing gun, MK 32 ASW torpedo tubes (two triple mounts), one Phalanx CIWS
Crew: 17 Officers, 198 Enlisted

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Crew List:

This section contains the names of sailors who served aboard USS DUNCAN. It is no official listing but contains the names of sailors who submitted their information.

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The photo below is an official US Navy photo taken on May 31, 1996. It shows the DUNCAN laid up at the Pearl Harbor Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility.

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