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USS BARRY (DDG-52)


Flag Hoist/Radio Call Sign - NNJB

CLASS - BURKE Flight I As Built.
Displacement 8373 Tons (Full), Dimensions, 504' 7" (oa) x 66' 11" x 20' (Max)
Armament 1 x 5"/54 RF, 2 Phalanx 20mm Guns, 90 VLS Cells,
8 Harpoon Missiles, 6 x 12.75" TT.
Machinery, 100,000 SHP; 4 GE LM-2500 Gas Turbines, 2 screws
Speed, 30+ Knots, Range 4400 NM@ 20 Knots, Crew 370.
Operational and Building Data
Laid down by Litton - Ingalls, Pascagoula Miss. on February 26 1990.
Launched May 10 1991 and commissioned December 12 1992.
Active unit of the US. Navy.
Homeported at Norfolk Virginia.

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John Barry (1745 - 13 September 1803) was an officer in the Continental Navy during the American Revolutionary War and later in the United States Navy. Barry was born in Tacumshane, County Wexford, Ireland and appointed a Captain in the Continental Navy 7 December 1775. He commanded Lexington and Alliance. He and his crew of the Alliance fought and won the final naval battle of the American Revolution off the coast of Cape Canaveral on March 10, 1783. He was seriously wounded 29 May 1781 while in command of Alliance during her capture of HMS Atalanta and Trepassey. Barry was successful in suppressing three mutinies during his career as an officer in the Continental Navy. Appointed senior captain upon the establishment of the U.S. Navy, he commanded the frigate United States in the Quasi-War with France. Barry authored a Signal Book published in 1780 to improve communications at sea among vessels traveling in formation. Barry also suggested the creation of a Department of the Navy with separate cabinet status from the Secretary of War. This was finally realized with the formation of the United States Department of the Navy in 1798. Barry's suggestions about establishing government-operated navy yards were also realized, and in particular he had a hand in the establishment of the Brooklyn Navy Yard. His 17-year span of national service and his training of so many of the heroes of the War of 1812 under Barry's tutelage earned him the sobriquet, "Father of the Navy." Barry, having recruited a company of volunteers for land service, took part in the Trenton campaign in December 1776. These volunteers and the marines cooperating with them were commended by General George Washington. Barry acted as an aide to General John Cadwalader, and was sent on several occasions as a bearer of important dispatches. His next duty was assisting in the defense of Philadelphia and operations in the upper Delaware River. When the British took possession of Philadelphia in September 1777, Captain Barry was ordered to take the uncompleted Continental frigate Effingham up the Delaware River to a place of safety. In October, the ship was ordered sunk or burned. She was sunk on 2 November, near Bordentown, New Jersey, to deny her use to the British. Commodore Barry died at Strawberry Hill, in present-day Philadelphia on 13 September 1803, and was buried there in St. Mary's Cemetery.
[1] Photo #: NH 76537-KN Commodore John Barry, USN painting by V. Zveg, 1972, after the portrait by Gilbert Stuart. U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph.
[2 & 3] Members of the United States Navy and dignitaries gather at Commodore John Barry’s monument in Philadelphia for the 185th anniversary honoring the birth of the Sons of Revolution on August 2 1924. The monument was unveiled in 1914. [2] Digital ID: npcc 11902, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. [3] Digital ID: npcc 11901, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs.
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Barry 139kUSS Barry (DDG-52) poster courtesy of Lockheed Martin.Bill Gonyo
Barry 172kArtist's conception of the Barry as built by the renowned graphic illustrator John Barrett with the text written by naval author and historian Robert F. Sumrall. Their company Navy Yard Associates offers prints of most destroyers, destroyer escorts, submarines and aircraft carriers in various configurations during the ship's lifetime. The prints can be customized with ship's patches, your photograph, your bio, etc. If you decide to purchase artwork from them please indicate that you heard about their work from NavSource.Navy Yard Associates
Barry 17kUndated, location unknown.-
Barry 108kUndated, location unknown.Wendell R McLaughlin Jr
Barry 141kUndated, location unknown. Photo from "Twenty-First Century Warships" by Steve Crawford.Robert Hurst
Barry 138kUndated, location unknown. Doing a wash down test.Ron Reeves
Barry 46kChristening Ceremony pamphlet.Steven A. Cardali
Barry 86kChristening Ceremony pamphlet.Robert M. Cieri
Barry 84kUSS Barry (DDG 52), the second ship in the U.S. Navy's ARLEIGH BURKE (DDG 51) Class Aegis guided missile destroyer program sailed into the Gulf of Mexico on her first sea trails June 29-July 1, 1992. [920701-N-0000X-001]Bill Gonyo
Barry 29k21 Aug 1992, USS Barry, Gulf of Mexico: An SH-2 Medium Range (MR) standard guided missile is test fired from the forward Mark 41 vertical launch system (VLS) on board the guided missile destroyer USS BARRY (DDG-52) during acceptance trials. DVI Photo.Fred Weiss
Barry 135kUSS Barry (DDG-52) underway at sea, during pre-commissioning trials. The ship was placed in commission at Naval Station, Pascagoula, Mississippi on December 12, 1992. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, from the collections of the Naval History and Heritage Command. Photo # NH 106829.Robert Hurst
Barry 186kDN-SC-94-00025. Norfolk, October 2 1993, a port quarter view of the guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) moored together with the destroyer USS Peterson (DD 969) at the destroyer and submarine piers, Naval Station Norfolk. U.S. Navy photo by: Don S. Montgomery, USN (Ret).Robert M. Cieri
Barry 43kPortsmouth, England June 5 1994.Marc Piché
Barry 58k15 OCT 1994, PERSIAN GULF: Port beam view of the guided missile destroyer USS BARRY (DDG-52) underway. DVI Photo.Fred Weiss
Barry 46k15 Oct 1994, Persian Gulf: Port bow view of the guided missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG-52) underway as part of the George Washington (CVN-73) Battle Group. DVI Photo.Fred Weiss
Barry 104kNorfolk 1995.Graeme D Fuller
Barry 86kNorfolk April 1995.Marc Piché
Barry 64k20 AUG 1995, CHESAPEAKE BAY, VIRGINIA: A starboard side view of the guided missile destroyerUSS BARRY (DDG-52) approaching the Hampton Roadstead. The Barry had departed the Norfolk area to avoid the effects caused by the passage of Hurricane Felix. DVI Photo.Fred Weiss
Barry 231k960129-N-7340V-004. Atlantic Ocean, January 29 1996, the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) operates in the Western Atlantic, as a CH-46 Sea Knight from the "Dragon Whales" of Helicopter Combat Support Squadron Eight (HC-8) takes off from the Kilauea-class ammunition ship, USS Mount Baker (AE 34). Both vessels are part of USS George Washington Battle Group, under the command of RADM Henry Giffen, currently enroute to the Mediterranean Sea for a scheduled six-month deployment. While there, they will patrol the waters of the Adriatic Sea in support of the NATO peace keeping mission Operation Joint Endeavor. U.S. Navy photo by PH1 James Vidrine.Robert M. Cieri
Barry 87kDD-SD-99-03493, 960204-N-2302H-001. On board the Arleigh Burke Class Destroyer, USS Barry (DDG-52), located in the Adriatic Sea, a Navy Lieutenant stands watch in the engineering spaces. The USS Barry is part of the USS George Washington Battle Group which is patrolling the waters of the Adriatic Sea in support of Operation Joint Endeavor. Photo by PHAN Joe Hendricks, February 4 1996.Bill Gonyo
Barry 62kUSS Barry DDG 52 entering Malaga, Spain on 7th July 1996.© Daniel Ferro
Barry 33kNorfolk July 28 1998.Marc Piché
Barry 34kPortsmouth, VA July 28 1998.Marc Piché
Barry 62kNorfolk February 27 2000.Marc Piché
Barry 40kStream Raid Exercise May 2 2002, off Vieques, Puerto Rico.LCDR Brett Morash
Barry 67kAugust 5 2002 deploying to the Middle East, taken at Norfolk Naval Base.Alene Morash
Barry 64kUSS BARRY Transiting the Suez Canal November 24 2002.LCDR Brett Morash
Barry 45kOff the coast of Somalia September 12 2003.LCDR Brett Morash
Barry 110kRefueling off the Virginia Capes November 12 2003.LCDR Brett Morash
Barry 24kNovember 14 2003, Norfolk VA, Craney Island in the background.LCDR Brett Morash
Barry 122kRefueling from USS DETROIT on March 12 2004, Virginia Capes OPAREA.LCDR Brett Morash
Barry 36kAt Flight Quarters, same period as above in the Virginia Capes OPAREA.LCDR Brett Morash
Barry 65k040426-N-4308O-035, Aboard USS Barry (DDG 52) April 26 2004, USS Barry (DDG 52) fires her forward mounted Mk-45/5" 54 cal. lightweight gun. The guided missile destroyer Barry underway participating in a Sink Exercise (SINKEX) involving the decommissioned dock landing ship Portland (LSD 37). U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate Airman Ryan O'Connor.Tony Cowart
Barry 50k040611-N-4308O-005, Atlantic Ocean, June 11 2004, the Military Sealift Command oiler USNS Leroy Grumman (T-AO 195) steams alongside in formation with the guided missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52).U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate Airman Ryan O'Connor.Tony Cowart
Barry 60kUSS BARRY going through the fog off Gibraltar 12 June 2004.LT Anthony Littmann
Barry 27kUSS BARRY firing main battery June 28 2004 somewhere in the East Atlantic.LT Anthony Littmann
Barry 49k040712-N-0119G-102, Atlantic Ocean, July 12 2004, the guided missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) steams through the Atlantic Ocean while participating in Majestic Eagle 2004. Majestic Eagle was a multinational exercise conducted off the coast of Morocco.U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate Airman Rob Gaston.Tony Cowart
Barry 161k040929-N-3399W-001. Naval Station Norfolk, Va., September 29 2004, Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) Gordon England thanks the crew of the guided missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) for their service after presenting awards to several crew members. Barry is scheduled to deploy as part of the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) Carrier Strike Group (CSG) later this year. U.S. Navy photo by Capt. Kevin Wensing Bill Gonyo
Barry 51kThe frigate HMS Montrose (F236) alongside the destroyer HMS Liverpool (D62) middle and the French destroyer Tourville (D610) inboard. Behind is the guided missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG-52) outboard, and the guided missile cruiser USS Monterey (CG-61) inboard, at the Faslane Naval Base, Scotland, 24 October 2004. Photo source unknown.Robert Hurst
Barry 41k041118-N-4953E-017, Arabian Sea, November 18 2004, the Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) changes course, after refueling with the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75),on a regularly scheduled deployment in support of the Global War on Terrorism. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Danny Ewing Jr.Tony Cowart
Barry 38k041118-N-4757S-004, Arabian Gulf, November 18, 2004, the guided missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) cruises through smooth seas in the Arabian Sea. Barry is assigned to USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) Carrier Strike Group Ten (CSG-10),on a scheduled deployment in support of the Global War on Terrorism. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 3rd Class Craig R. Spiering.Tony Cowart
Barry 33k041118-N-7781D-001, Arabian Gulf, November 18 2004, the Guided Missile Destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) sails alongside the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) during replenishment at sea (RAS) in the Arabian Gulf, on a schedule deployment in support of the Global War on Terrorism. U.S. Navy photo by Photographers Mate 2nd Class Andrea Decanini.Tony Cowart
Barry 46k050325-N-4584T-098, Red Sea, March 25 2005, a MH-60S Seahawk helicopter, assigned to the "Chargers" of Helicopter Combat Support Squadron Six (HS-6), flies near the Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) during a vertical replenishment with USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75). The Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group was recently relieved after completing nearly four months in the Persian Gulf in support of the Global War on Terrorism. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate Rome J Toledo.Tony Cowart
Barry 46k050402-N-6363M-027, Mediterranean Sea, April 2 2005, waves crash over the bow of the Arleigh-Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) as she plows through heavy seas while underway in the Mediterranean Sea. Barry, assigned to the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) Carrier Strike Group, was recently relieved after completing nearly four months in the Persian Gulf in support of the Global War on Terrorism. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate Airman Philip V. Morrill.Tony Cowart
Barry 41k050402-N-6363M-034, Mediterranean Sea, April 2 2005, waves crash over the bow of the Arleigh-Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) as she plows through heavy seas while underway in the Mediterranean Sea. Barry, assigned to the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) Carrier Strike Group, was recently relieved after completing nearly four months in the Persian Gulf in support of the Global War on Terrorism. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate Airman Philip V. Morrill.Tony Cowart
Barry 60k050402-N-6363M-029, Mediterranean Sea, April 2 2005, the Arleigh-Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) comes along side the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) for a refueling at sea. The Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group was recently relieved after completing nearly four months in the Persian Gulf in support of the Global War on Terrorism. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate Airman Philip V. Morrill.Tony Cowart
Barry 37k050403-N-0535P-001, Mediterranean Sea, April 3 2005, the Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) cruises along side the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) during a refueling at sea. The Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group was recently relieved after completing nearly four months in the Persian Gulf in support of the Global War on Terrorism. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate Airman Jay C. Pugh.Tony Cowart
Barry 90k050411-N-6363M-002, Atlantic Ocean, April 11 2005, the Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) underway in the Atlantic Ocean. Barry, assigned to the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) Carrier Strike Group, was recently relieved after completing nearly four months in the Persian Gulf in support of the Global War on Terrorism. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate Airman Philip V. Morrill.Tony Cowart
Barry 156kU.S. Navy Commander Douglas Edson, left, Commanding Officer of the guided missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52), gives Her Excellency Anne-Grete Strom-Erichsen, the Norwegian Minister of Defense, a tour on the bridge of his ship while it was at sea in the Atlantic Ocean, May 8, 2005. The visit coincided with Norwegian Liberation Day, which commemorates the end of Norway's occupation by Germany in 1945. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Adrian T. White.Bill Gonyo
Barry 66k060713-N-0780F-001, Souda Bay, Crete, Greece, July 13 2006, the guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) arrives in Souda Bay for a routine port visit. U.S. Navy photo by Mr. Paul Farley.Tony Cowart
Barry 66k060713-N-0780F-002, Souda Bay, Crete, Greece, July 13 2006, the guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) arrives in Souda Bay for a routine port visit. U.S. Navy photo by Mr. Paul Farley.Tony Cowart
Barry 44k060713-N-0780F-003, Souda Bay, Crete, Greece, July 13 2006, the guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) arrives in Souda Bay for a routine port visit. Barry is currently scheduled to participate in the multi-national exercise Sea Breeze taking place in the Black Sea. Nations participating in exercise Sea Breeze 2006 include Georgia, Greece, Turkey, Ukraine and the United States. The scenario-based series of exercises is designed to advance the cooperation of the nations and increase regional maritime domain awareness, maritime security and interoperability. U.S. Navy photo by Mr. Paul Farley.Tony Cowart
Barry 85kThe Barry alongside the USS John F. Kennedy (CVA-67) in Norfolk on December 7 2007.Wendell Royce McLaughlin Jr
Barry 139k080407-N-0727M-012. April 7 2008, the guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) is conducting division tactics while transiting the Atlantic Ocean to participate in Joint Warrior 081. Joint Warrior is a United Kingdom-led multi-national warfare exercise in the North Atlantic designed to improve interoperability between allied navies as well as to prepare for a role in combined operations during upcoming deployments. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd class Troy D. Miller.Robert M. Cieri
Barry 212k080508-N-2953W-013. Atlantic Ocean, May 8 2008, Capt. Ann Phillips, commodore of Destroyer Squadron (DESRON) 28, and Cmdr. Douglas Edson, Commanding Officer of the guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52), welcome Her Excellency Anne-Grete Strom-Erichsen, the Norwegian Minister of Defense, aboard Barry. The visit coincided with Norwegian Liberation Day, which commemorates the end of Norway's occupation by Germany in 1945. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Adrian T. White.Bill Gonyo
Barry 163k081107-N-0780F-005. Souda Bay, Crete, November 7 2008, the guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG-52) approaches Souda Bay for a routine port visit. Barry departed her homeport of Norfolk, Va., in August for a regularly scheduled six-month deployment and is currently assigned to the U.S. 6th Fleet conducting operations in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea. U.S. Navy photo by Paul Farley.Robert M. Cieri
Barry 76k081107-N-0780F-004. Souda Bay, Crete, November 7 2008, sailors aboard the guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG-52) conduct mooring operations during a routine port visit to Souda Bay. Barry departed her homeport of Norfolk, Va., in August for a regularly scheduled six-month deployment and is currently assigned to the U.S. 6th Fleet conducting operations in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea. U.S. Navy photo by Paul Farley.Robert M. Cieri
Barry 174k090106-N-6544L-158. Valetta, Malta, January 6 2009, the guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) is moored in port during its visit to Valetta to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the "Great White Fleet," a historic U.S. Navy goodwill voyage around the world that included a stop in Malta in 1909. In 1907, President Theodore Roosevelt sent 16 battleships, including 14,000 Sailors and Marines on a 14-month journey to demonstrate to the world the United States' friendship and its commitment to enhancing multi-lateral operations. The journey included 20 ports of call on six continents and traveled 43,000 miles. Because the ships were painted white, the fleet was soon known as the "Great White Fleet." U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Rosa Larson.Robert M. Cieri
Barry 239k090106-N-6544L-166. Valetta, Malta, January 6 2009, the guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) sits in port during its visit to Valetta to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the "Great White Fleet," an historic U.S. Navy goodwill voyage around the world that included a stop in Malta in 1909. In 1907, President Theodore Roosevelt sent 16 battleships, including 14,000 Sailors and Marines on a 14-month journey to demonstrate to the world the United States' friendship and its commitment to enhancing multi-lateral operations. The journey included 20 ports of call on six continents and traveled 43,000 miles. Because the ships were painted white, the fleet was soon known as the "Great White Fleet." U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Rosa Larson.Robert M. Cieri
Barry 138k090724-N-8273J-201. July 24 2009, Naval Base Norfolk, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Gary Roughead is piped aboard the guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) in Norfolk, Va. Adm. Roughead was the first commanding officer of Barry when she was commissioned on Dec. 12, 1992. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Tiffini Jones Vanderwyst.Robert M. Cieri
Barry 150k090724-N-8273J-210. July 24 2009, Norfolk, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Gary Roughead greets U.S. Sailors after being piped aboard the guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) in Norfolk, Va. Adm. Roughead was the first commanding officer of Barry when she was commissioned on Dec. 12, 1992. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Tiffini Jones Vanderwyst.Robert M. Cieri
Barry 163k090724-N-8273J-247. July 24 2009, Norfolk, Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Gary Roughead departs the guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) after visiting the commanding officer and crew. Adm. Roughead was the first commanding officer of Barry when she was commissioned on Dec. 12, 1992. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Tiffini Jones Vanderwyst.Robert M. Cieri
Barry 9kBarry lauching a Tomahawk cruise missile on Libya, March 19 2011.Ron Reeves
Barry 104k110329-N-XO436-010. Mediterranean Sea, March 29 2011, the guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) launches a Tomahawk cruise missile, while operating in support of Operation Odyssey Dawn. Fourteen nations partnered to enforce United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973, which authorizes all necessary measures to protect Libyan civilians under threat of attack by Libyan leader Colonel Moammar Gadhafi's forces. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Jonathan Sunderman.Robvert M. Cieri
Barry 155kThe Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG-52), left, conducts an underway replenishment with USNS Robert E. Peary (T-AKE-5). US Navy photo # 110415-N-7293M-189 MEDITERRANEAN SEA (April 15, 2011) by MC1 Nathanael Miller.Lee Wahler
Barry 122k130207-N-218-199. Norfolk, Virginia, February 7 2013, the guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52) departs Naval Station Norfolk. Barry is departing Naval Station Norfolk for a ballistic missile defense deployment and to support maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of responsibility. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Nick Scott, USN.Robert M. Cieri
Barry 213kBarry departing from the port of Piraeus (Athens) on July 2 2013.George Haralampides
Barry 164kAs above.George Haralampides
Barry 133kAs above.George Haralampides
Barry 28kShips patch.Steven A. Cardali

USS BARRY DDG-52 History
Note: History is unavailable at this time
This ship was built too late to be covered by the DANFS project

Commanding Officers
Thanks to Wolfgang Hechler & Ron Reeves

CDR Gary Roughhead    Dec 12 1992 - Oct 12 1993 (Later ADM & CNO)
CDR James George (Jim) Stavridis    Oct 12 1993 - Dec 15 1995 (Later ADM)
CDR Kevin Michael Quinn    Dec 15 1995 - Jun 27 1997 (Later RADM)
CDR Mark Kevin Seglem    Jun 27 1997 - Dec 11 1998
CDR John Maddox Chandler    Dec 11 1998 - Aug 1 2000
CDR William Perry Bingham    Aug 1 2000 - Feb 22 2002
CDR Terrence Eugene Culton    Feb 22 2002 - Dec 5 2003
CDR Charles Culberson (Chip) Denman III    Dec 5 2003 - Apr 8 2005
CDR Jeffrey Scott Wolstenholme    Apr 8 2005 - Oct 11 2006
CDR William Ben Seaman Jr.    Oct 11 2006 - Apr 9 2008
CDR Douglas Lowther Edson    Apr 9 2008 - Oct 23 2009
CDR Adolfo Hernaldo Ibarra    Oct 23 2009 - Jun 14 2011
CDR Kevin Patrick Byrne    Jun 14 2011 - Nov 30 2012
CDR Thomas James Dickinson    Nov 30 2012 - present

Additional Resources and Web Sites of Interest
USS Barry website
Tin Can Sailors Website
Destroyer History Foundation
Destroyers Online Website
Official U.S.Navy Destroyer Website

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