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Aylwin-class destroyer
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USS Aylwin (DD-47)
Class overview
Name: Aylwin class destroyer
Operators: US flag 48 stars.svg United States
Preceded by: Cassin class destroyer
Succeeded by: O'Brien class destroyer
Completed: 4
Retired: 4
Preserved: 0
General characteristics
Type: Destroyer
Displacement: 1,036 tons (normal)
1,165 (full load)
Length: 305 ft 3 in (93.04 m)
Beam: 30 ft 4 in (9.25 m)
Draft: 9 ft 5 in (2.87 m)
Propulsion: 4 Boilers
2 Zoelly Turbines
16,286 hp (12,144 kW)
Speed: 29.6 knots (54.8 km/h)
Capacity: 307 tons/oil (fuel)
Complement: 8 Officers
8 Chief Petty Officers
90 Enlisted
Armament:

Four 4"/50 caliber guns

Four 18" twin torpedo tubes

The Aylwin class was a class of four destroyers in the United States Navy; all served during World War I and were scrapped in 1935.

All four ships were built by William Cramp and Sons in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The ships were built concurrently with the Cassin class and are sometimes considered to be in that class.

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