USS Frigate Bird

USS Frigate Bird

USS Frigate Bird is a name used more than once by the U.S. Navy:

*USS|Frigate Bird|AMc-27, served in a noncommissioned status in the 13th Naval District between 30 January 1941 and 27 April 1943

*USS|Frigate Bird|AMS-191, was launched 24 October 1953 by Quincy Adams Yacht Yard, Quincy, Massachusetts

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