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U.S.S. CONE

(DD-866)

Wherever Duty Calls

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DD-866 Deployments - Major Events

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Month Year to Month Year Deployment / Event
NOV 1944 Keel Date: 30 NOV 1944
at Bethlehem Steel Corporation Staten Island
MAY 1945 Launch Date: 10 MAY 1945
AUG 1945 Commissioned: 18 AUG 1945
MAR 1949 - OCT 1949 Mediterranean
JAN 1950 - FEB 1950 Guantanamo Bay
MAR 1950 - OCT 1950 Mediterranean
AUG 1953 - APR 1954 Circumnavigation
FEB 1954 - Shellback Initiation - 21 FEB 1954 - Pacific Ocean
FEB 1956 - JUN 1956 Mediterranean-Lebanon
FEB 1962 - MAR 1963 FRAM-I Brooklyn Navy Yard
MAR 1963 - APR 1963 Sea trials & Guantanamo Cuba at end of Cuban Missle Crisis
AUG 1963 - DEC 1963 Mediterranean-Indian Ocean-Persian Gulf
NOV 1967 - JUL 1968 West Pac-Viet Nam
SEP 1969 - MAR 1970 Mediterranean
JUL 1970 - SEP 1970 Guantanamo Bay
MAY 1971 - JAN 1972 Mediterranean
OCT 1972 - AUG 1974 West Pac-Viet Nam
NOV 1972 - MAR 1973 Mediterranean
NOV 1972 - MAR 1973 West Pac-Viet Nam
OCT 1973 - AUG 1974 West Pac-Viet Nam

DD-866 General Specifications

Class: Gearing class destroyer

Named for: Rear Admiral Hutch Ingham Cone

Complement: 367 Officers and Enlisted

Displacement: 2425 tons

Length: 390 feet 6 inches

Beam: 41 feet 1 inches

Flank Speed: 35 knots

Final Disposition: Disposed of through the Security Assistance Program (SAP) to Pakistan