USS Richard B. Anderson

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|Ship name= ''Richard B. Anderson'' |Ship namesake=Richard B. Anderson |Ship ordered= |Ship sponsor=Mrs. Oscar A. Anderson |Ship builder= Todd Shipyards |Ship laid down=1 December 1944 |Ship launched=7 July 1945 |Ship acquired= |Ship commissioned=26 October 1945 |Ship decommissioned=20 December 1975 |Ship struck=30 January 1976 |Ship motto=*''In Omnia Paratus'' *(Ready For Anything) |Ship nickname=*''Commodore'' *''Freedom Train'' |Ship identification=*Callsign: NHKU * *Hull number: DD-786 |Ship honors=*See ''Awards'' |Ship fate=Transferred to Republic of China, 1 June 1977 |Ship notes= }}

|Ship name= *''Kai Yang'' *(開陽) |Ship namesake=Kai Yang |Ship acquired= 1 June 1977 |Ship commissioned=31 August 1977 |Ship identification= Hull number: DD-924 |Ship reclassified=DDG-924, 1980s }}

|Ship displacement= full |Ship length= |Ship beam= |Ship draft= |Ship depth= |Ship propulsion=Geared turbines, 2 shafts, |Ship speed= |Ship range= at |Ship complement=336 |Ship armament=*6 × 5"/38 caliber guns *12 × 40 mm AA guns *11 × 20 mm AA guns *10 × 21 inch (533 mm) torpedo tubes *6 × depth charge projectors *2 × depth charge tracks |Ship armor= |Ship notes= }} |} '''USS ''Richard B. Anderson'' (DD-786)''' was a ''Gearing''-class destroyer of the United States Navy, named for USMC Private First Class Richard B. Anderson (1921–1944), who was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for heroism during the Battle of Kwajalein. Provided by Wikipedia
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