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USS Bainbridge (CGN-25) (formerly DLGN-25)

USS Bainbridge CGN-25
USS Bainbridge (CGN-25) was the first and only ship in the Bainbridge class and the third nuclear powered surface vessel commissioned by the United States Navy.
[Status: Disposed of by Recycling ]

Class: CGN 25  - Cruiser, Guided Missile, Nuclear

 Delivery Date: 09/28/1962 
Award Date: 09/01/1958  Age (since delivery) (At time of disposal): 37.2 years 
Keel Date: 05/15/1959  Commission Date: 10/06/1962 
Launch Date: 04/15/1961  Decommission Date: 09/13/1996 
Age (since launch)(At time of disposal) 38.6 years  Years from Commission to Decommission: 33.9 
 Stricken Date: 09/13/1996 

Overall Length: 565 ft  Waterline Length: 550 ft 
Extreme Beam: 58 ft  Waterline Beam: 57 ft 
Maximum Navigational Draft: 29 ft  Draft Limit: 21 ft 
Light Displacement: 8436 tons  Full Displacement: 9265 tons 
Dead Weight: 829 tons 
Hull Material: Steel hull, aluminum superstructure. 
Number of Propellers: 2 
Propulsion Type: Steam Turbine (Nuclear) 
Accommodations:  Officers: 43  Enlisted: 513

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