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BRP Diego Silang (PF-9)

For the Filipino revolutionary, see Diego Silang.

History

Philippines

Name:
Diego Silang

Namesake:
Filipino revolutionary Diego Silang y Andaya (1730-1763)

Builder:
Lake Washington Shipyard, Houghton, Washington

Laid down:
6 June 1943

Launched:
15 January 1944

Completed:
July 1944

Acquired:
5 April 1976

Commissioned:
5 April 1976

Decommissioned:
April 1990

Renamed:

BRP Diego Silang (PF-9) June 1980 – 1985
BRP Diego Silang (PF-14) 1987 – 1990

Fate:
Discarded July 1990; probably scrapped

Notes:

Served as United States Navy seaplane tender USS Bering Strait (AVP-34) (1944-1946);
Served as U.S. Coast Guard cutter USCGC Bering Strait (WAVP-382), later WHEC-382, (1949-1971);
Served as South Vietnamese Navy frigate RVNS Trần Quang Khải (HQ-02) (1971-1975)

General characteristics

Class and type:
Andrés Bonifacio-class frigate

Displacement:

1,766 tons (standard)
2,800 tons (full load)

Length:
311.65 ft (94.99 m)

Beam:
41.18 ft (12.55 m)

Draft:
13.66 ft (4.16 m)

Installed power:
6,200 horsepower (4.63 megawatts)

Propulsion:
2 × Fairbanks Morse 38D8 1/8 diesel engines

Speed:
18.2 knots (33.7 km/h; 20.9 mph) (maximum)

Range:
8,000 nautical miles (15,000 km) at 15.6 knots (28.9 km/h)

Sensors and
processing systems:

Sperry SPS-53 Surface Search Radar[1]
Westinghouse AN/SPS-29 Air Search Radar[1]
Mk.26 Mod.1 Fire Control System[1]
Mk.52 Mod.3 Gun Director

Armament:

1 × Mk.12 5″/38 caliber gun (127 mm) dual purpose gun
2 × Mk.1 Twin Bofors L/60 40 mm AA guns
2 × Mk.3 Single Bofors L/60 40 mm AA guns
4 × Twin Oerlikon 20 mm cannon
4 × M2 Browning .50-caliber (12.7 mm) general purpose machine guns
2 × 81 mm Mortars

Aircraft carried:
None permanently assigned; helipad could accommodate one MBB Bo 105 Helicopter

Aviation facilities:
Helipad; no support capability

BRP Diego Silang (PF-9)[2] was an Andrés Bonifacio-class frigate of the Philippine Navy in commission from 1976 to 1990. She and her three sister ships were the largest Philippine Navy ships of their time.

Contents

1 History

1.1 Construction and United States Navy service 1944-1946
1.2 United States Coast Guard service 1949-1971
1.3 Republic of Vietnam Navy service 1971-1975

2 Acquisition by the Philippines
3 Philippine Navy service 1977-1990
4 Disposal
5 Technical details
6 References
7 External links

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