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Pictures of the ROCN Chiang Yang DDG909 (ex. USS Mullany)
from October 1971 forward

1971 picture of the Mullany from the fantail on the day she was transferred to the ROC Navy. Photo courtesy of David Parkos.
Mullany decommissioning October 6, 1971. Commander W.F. Wolf speaking. Photo courtesy of David Parkos.
Mullany decommissioning October 6, 1971. Taiwan flag going up. Photo courtesy of David Parkos.
DDG909 Chiang Yang. Photos courtesy of the Naval Memorial Digital Archives - Yang Class Destroyers.
DDG909 Chiang Yang. Photo courtesy of Defense Technology Monthly dtmonline.com.
On April 2, 1975, at 10:10 am DDG-909 successfully launched the first Surface-to-Air missile in ROC Navy history, and that marked the missile era for the ROC Navy. Photos courtesy of the Naval Memorial Digital Archives - Yang Class Destroyers.
DDG909 Chiang Yang (aka. Qingyang) UNREP - underway replenishment drills. Photos courtesy of the Naval Memorial Digital Archives - Yang Class Destroyers.
DDG909 Chiang Yang (aka. Qingyang) Depthcharge practice. Photos courtesy of the Naval Memorial Digital Archives - Yang Class Destroyers.
DDG909 Chiang Yang (aka. Qingyang) inspected by Vice Admiral Lee in Kaioshung. Photos courtesy of the Naval Memorial Digital Archives - Yang Class Destroyers.
DDG909 Chiang Yang (aka. Qingyang) Helicopter either delivering or leaving with materials. Photos courtesy of the Naval Memorial Digital Archives - Yang Class Destroyers.
DDG909 Chiang Yang in Kaioshung harbor possibly 1990s.
Late 90s picture of DDG909 shortly before being stricken. Photos courtesy of the Naval Memorial Digital Archives - Yang Class Destroyers.
After being sold to the Fisheries Administration and just before being sunk as a habitat for fish in November 2001. Photos courtesy of the Naval Memorial Digital Archives - Yang Class Destroyers.
Excellent photo of the Chiang Yang DDG909 in full colors.
Excellent photo of the Chiang Yang DDG909 in full colors.