FF-1054 General Specifications
Class: Knox-class frigate
Complement: 18 Officers and 267 Enlisted
Displacement: 3202 tons
Length: 438 feet
Beam: 46 feet 9 inches
Draft: 24 feet 9 in
Range: 4 500 nautical miles
Final Disposition: Scrapped July 21 2001
USS GRAY (FF-1054)
USS Gray (FF-1054) was a United States Navy Knox class frigate.
She was named for Marine Corps Sergeant Ross F. Gray, who was a posthumous
recipient of the Medal of Honor. She was constructed by Todd Pacific Shipyards,
Seattle, Washington, laid down November 19, 1966, launched November 3, 1967 and
delivered March 27, 1970. Gray was commissioned April 4, 1970.
[Note: The above USS GRAY (FF-1054) history may, or may not, contain text provided by crew members of the USS GRAY (FF-1054), or by other non-crew members, and text from the Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships]