USS Charles P. Cecil DD-835 WWII Navy Destroyer Bronze Ship Plaque
In good shape, no breaks or repairs. Normal wear you’d find on something old. Plaque is 12″H x 10″W. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. DDR-835, 18 March 1949. 3,460 long tons (3,516 t) full. 390 ft 6 in (119.02 m). 40 ft 10 in (12.45 m). 14 ft 4 in (4.37 m). Geared turbines, 2 shafts, 60,000 shp (45 MW). 4,500 nmi (8,300 km) at 20 kn (37 km/h; 23 mph). 5/38 caliber guns. 40 mm AA guns. 20 mm AA guns. 21 inch (533 mm). 2 × depth charge tracks. To be named after. She was launched on 22 April 1945 by. Cecil; and commissioned on 29 June 1945 with Commander W. Her home port, on 20 November 1945, and almost at once sailed on a tour of. Duty which found her operating as part of Joint Task Force One in the. As well as supporting. With operations in Japanese waters. She touched at many Pacific islands as well as calling at ports in. Before her return to San Diego on 5 May 1948. On 18 March 1949. Left San Diego astern on 4 April 1949, bound for. And assignment to the. First from Newport, and from December 1950, from. Operated through 1960 with the Atlantic Fleet, taking part in midshipmen training cruises, periodic deployments to the. And the overhauls and refresher training necessary to maintain her readiness. She participated in a long list of. Operations, in waters ranging from those north of the. Her tours of duty with the. In the Mediterranean included one which coincided with the. Of fall 1956, during which she took up watchful patrol in the eastern Mediterranean. From January 1959, when she was fitted with highly complex electronic computational and tracking equipment. Experiments and exercises, contributing to the development of advanced techniques. Her training, however, continued to include the areas such as. Required of the versatile destroyer. And a P5M with a Soviet. Class submarine during the Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962. Participated in thirteen Mediterranean cruises, two Middle East cruises, and two. Cruises; She was one of the first ships on the. In the fall of 1962, where she was the principal unit that challenged a. And forced her to surface. New York Naval Shipyard. Her armament was optimised for anti-submarine warfare and she was redesignated. On 30 July 1963. Her yard period lasted until May 1964. Was assigned to naval reserve squadron COMDESRON TWO EIGHT and homeported in. The item “USS Charles P. Cecil DD-835 WWII Navy Destroyer Bronze Ship Plaque” is in sale since Saturday, March 2, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Transportation\Boats & Ships\Military\Photographs”. The seller is “shoe90″ and is located in Fall River, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped to United States.