JP Hatakaze class


JP Tachikaze class
Guided-Missile Destroyer


Guided-Missile Destroyer Hatakaze class

Japanese third generation air defense destroyers were the first of the JMSDFs ships to have gas-turbine propulsion using a British Rolls Royce Olympus/Spey (built under licence in Japan) COGAG combination


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5600full load (tn)
150length (m)
16.40beam (m)
4.80draught (m)
30max speed (knots)
72000power (shp)
2Naval Engine gas turbine - Rolls Royce Olympus
2Naval Engine gas turbine - Rolls Royce Spey
2Naval Engine propulsion system: COGAG
1Missile Launcher Mk 13
2Missile Launcher Mk 141 quad Harpoon
2Naval Gun Mark 42 5/54 inch (127mm)
2Close-In Weapon System CIWS Phalanx 20 mm
1Torpedo Launchers Mk 16 8-cell ASROC


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    Typical Max
Landing platform only. No hangar
JP JMSDF Mitsubishi SH-60K Seahawk 01

The Max option implies only aircraft of this model onboard    


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JP Mitsubishi Nagasaki - 2

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JPJMSDFDDG 171JDS Hatakaze711986--
JPJMSDFDDG 172JDS Shimakaze721988--

2 units


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1983-may-20Laid downJP DDG 171 JDS Hatakaze
1984-mar-29OrderedJP DDG 172 JDS Shimakaze
1984-nov-9LaunchedJP DDG 171 JDS Hatakaze
1985-jan-13Laid downJP DDG 172 JDS Shimakaze
1986-mar-27CommissionedJP DDG 171 JDS Hatakaze
1987-jan-30LaunchedJP DDG 172 JDS Shimakaze
1988-mar-23CommissionedJP DDG 172 JDS Shimakaze

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