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For other ships of the same name, see USS Constant. Career (US) Builder: Fulton Shipyard, Antioch, California Laid down: 16 August 1951 Launched: 14 February 1953 Acquired: 7 September 1954 Commissioned: 8 September 1954 Decommissioned: 30 September 1992 Reclassified: MSO-427, 7 February 1955 Struck: 9 March 1994 Fate: Scrapped, 1 April 2001 General characteristics Class and type: Aggressive class minesweeper Displacement: 775 tons Length: 172 feet (52.43 m) Beam: 36 feet (10.97 m) Draught: 10 feet (3.05 m) Propulsion: Four Packard ID1700 diesel engines, two shafts, two controllable pitch propellers Speed: 14 knots Complement: 6 Officers, 74 Enlisted Armament: 1 40mm., 2 .50-cal. mg USS Constant, (AM-427/MSO-427) was an Aggressive class minesweeper vessel in the United States Navy. Constant was laid down on 16 August 1951 at Fulton Shipyard, Antioch, California and launched on 14 February 1953. She was commissioned as Constant, AM-427) on 8 September 1954 and later reclassified as an Ocean Minesweeper MSO-427 on 7 February 1955. Contents 1 Pacific Ocean operations 2 Stateside Overhaul 3 Decommissioning 4 References 5 See also 6 External links // Pacific Ocean operations Constant operated on the west coast until she cleared Long Beach, California, 4 January 1956 for Pearl Harbor and Yokosuka, Japan, arriving 4 February. She joined in amphibious exercises at Iwo Jima, made repairs to cables and conducted minesweeping and local operations from her base at Sasebo until 28 March. Between 2 April and 19 May, she sailed in training exercises with naval forces of the Republic of China based on Kaohsiung, Taiwan. She returned to Sasebo 20 April to resume operations in Japanese waters until 19 May, when she cleared Yokosuka, Japan, for Long Beach, California, arriving 15 June. Stateside Overhaul After overhaul and west coast operations, Constant sailed from Long Beach, California, 2 June 1958, for Sasebo and duty in minesweeping off Okinawa, as well as other local operations from 3 July to 30 August. She stood by at Taiwan from 2 September until 27 October during the Quemoy Crisis, then called at Hong Kong, before returning to Japan. She cleared Yokosuka, Japan, 12 December for Long Beach, California, arriving 6 January 1959. Through the remainder of 1959, and the first half of 1960, she operated locally from Long Beach. On 31 August Constant sailed for duty in the Far East, where she remained into 1961. Decommissioning Constant was decommissioned, 30 September 1992; struck from the Naval Register, 9 March 1994; sold for scrapping to Crowley Marine, removal date 29 September 1999; scrapped, 1 April 2001. References This article includes text from the public domain Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships. See also List of United States Navy ships Minelayer minesweeper Minesweeping External links Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships - Constant II NavSource Online: Mine Warfare Vessel Photo Archive - AM / MSO-427 Constant NVR - MSO-427 v • d • e Aggressive-class minesweeper  United States Navy Aggressive · Avenge · Bold · Bulwark · Conflict · Conquest · Constant · Dynamic · Embattle · Endurance · Energy · Engage · Enhance · Esteem · Excel · Exploit · Exultant · Fearless · Fidelity · Firm · Force · Fortify · Gallant · Guide · Illusive · Impervious · Implicit · Inflict · Leader · Loyalty · Lucid · Nimble · Notable · Observer · Persistent · Pinnacle · Pivot · Pledge · Pluck · Prestige · Prime · Reaper · Rival · Sagacity · Salute · Skill · Stalwart · Sturdy · Swerve · Valor · Venture · Vigor · Vital   Other operators  Republic of China Navy Yung Yang class Yung Ku · Yung Teh · Yung Tzu · Yung Yang  Philippine Navy Davao del Norte · Davao del Sur  Spanish Navy Guadalete · Guadalmedina · Guadalquivir · Guadiana List of mine warfare vessels of the United States Navy