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Guided-Missile Cruiser (Nuclear Powered) Long Beach class

A single ship class, Long Beach was the first nuclear-powered surface warship and the last of US Navy traditional cruiser hulls (all subsequent cruisers were mostly scaled-up destroyer hulls). The ship received multiple reffits including the replacement of the 5in guns per Tomahawks and Harpoon launchers. The SAM capabilities were also upgraded to allow using the Standard missile.

Specifications

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1160crew
15500full load (tn)
220length (m)
21.79beam (m)
9.32draught (m)
30max speed (knots)
2Naval Engine nuclear - pressurised water reactor
2Missile Launcher Mk 10 Terrier
1Missile Launcher Mk 12 Talos
2Naval Gun Mark 12 5/38 inch (127 mm)
1Torpedo Launchers Mk 16 8-cell ASROC

Aircraft

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    Typical Max
Landing platform only. No hangar


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Shipyards

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US Fore River Shipyard - 1


List of Ships

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USUS NavyCGN-9USS Long BeachNLBH19611994





1 units


Events

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1956-oct-15OrderedUS CGN-9 USS Long Beach as CLGN-160
1957US CGN-9 USS Long Beach reclassified as CGN-160
1957-dec-2Laid downUS CGN-9 USS Long Beach as CGN-9
1959-jul-14LaunchedUS CGN-9 USS Long Beach
1961-sep-9CommissionedUS CGN-9 USS Long Beach
1964-jul-31US CGN-9 USS Long Beach Operation Sea Orbit around the world cruise
1994-jul-2DecommissionedUS CGN-9 USS Long Beach
1995-may-1StruckUS CGN-9 USS Long Beach



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