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Bagley class destroyer

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  1. The Bagley class of destroyers was built by the United States

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  2. All eight ships were ordered and laid down in 1935 and subsequently completed in 1937

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  3. Their layout was based upon the Gridley-class destroyer design, but they retained the power plants of the Mahan-class destroyers, and thus had a lesser speed than the Gridleys

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  4. The Bagley class destroyers were readily distinguished visually by the external trunking of their boiler uptakes around their single stack

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  5. Bagley-class destroyers

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