Built at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington

  • Ordered: 20 September 1961
  • Laid down: 25 September 1962
  • Launched: 30 June 1964
  • Commissioned: 8 April 1967
  • Acquired: 16 June 1967
  • Reclassified as CG-31 on 30 Jun 1975
  • Decommissioned: 24 March 1994
  • Beam: 55 feet
  • Displacement: 7930 tons
  • Draught: 28 feet 10 inches
  • Length: 547 feet
  • Range: 7,100 n. miles at 20 knots
  • Speed: 30 knots (35 mph; 56 km/h)

Crew:  31 Officers / 387 Enlisted

DLG-31

ASW Sonars

  • SQS-26BX bow mounted sonar

ASW Weapons

  • ASROC launched from Mk 10 missile launcher
  • Two triple tube Mk 32 torpedo mounts

Fire Control

  • One MK 14 Weapons Direction System
  • One MK 114 ASW fire control system
  • One Mk 76 Mod 9 missile fire control system using 2 SPG-55B radars
  • One Mk 68 Gun Fire Control System with SPG-53F radar (5″ gun)
  • Two Manual visual directors for 3″ 50 caliber guns

Guns

  • One 5-inch 54-caliber Dual purpose Mk42
  • Two 3-inch 50-caliber single barreled

Helicopters

  • One LAMPS (Light Airborne Multi-Purpose System) Kaman SH-2

Magazine Capacity

  • 60 combined Terrier and ASROC

Missiles

  • One Dual railed Mk10 Mod7 launcher Terrier/Standard-ER SAM

Propulsion

  • Two DeLaval steam turbines – 85,000 shp; 2 shafts
  • four 1200 psi Combustion Engineering boilers
  • Two Six-bladed constant pitch props, Single rudder

Radars

  • SPS-10 Surface search
  • SPS-40 Air search radar
  • SPS-48 3-D search
  • Sonars: SQS-26 bow mounted sonar

CG-31

ASW Sonars

  • SQS-26BX bow mounted sonar

ASW Weapons

  • ASROC launched from Mk 10 missile launcher
  • Two triple tube Mk 32 torpedo mounts

EW System

  • One SLQ-32 Electronic Warfare Suite
  • SLQ-25 Nixie towed torpedo decoy
  • Chaffroc – rocket deployed chaff dispensers

Fire Control

  • One MK 14 Weapons Direction System
  • One Mk 114 ASW Fire Control System
  • One Mk 76 Mod 9 missile fire control system using 2 SPG-55B radars
  • One Mk 68 Gun Fire Control System with SPG-53F radar (5″ gun)
  • Two Manual visual directors for 3″ 50 caliber guns

Guns

  • One 5-inch 54-caliber Dual purpose Mk 42
  • Two 20-mm Phalanx CIWS (Close In WeaponsSystem) Mk 15 (2-multibarrel)
  • Two 3-inch 50-caliber single barreled (replaced by Harpoon – 1976)

Helicopters

  • One LAMPS (Light Airborne Multi-Purpose System) Kaman SH-2

Missiles

  • One Dual railed Mk 10 Mod 7 launcher for Terrier/Standard-ER SAM
  • Magazine capacity = 60 combined Terrier and ASROC
  • Eight Harpoon SSM (Surface – surface missile) (2 quad canisters Mk 141)

Radars

  • SPS-10F Surface search (replaced by SPS-67 in 1991)
  • SPS-40 Air seach (replaced by SPS-49 in 1991)
  • SPS-48 3-D search
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